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Robert Heritage; Rosewood and Mahogany Drinks Cabinet for Archie Shine, 1960s.

Drinks cabinet by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine Furniture co. Made from Mahogany with a Rosewood front, this drinks cabinet is typical of the quality associated with the company.

A fine Rosewood Drinks Cabinet by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine.

A fine Rosewood Drinks Cabinet by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine

Hans Wegner Johannes Hansen Teak Sideboard - Click for more images

A rare Hans Wegner teak sideboard for Johannes Hansen with solid teak drawers, finished backside and filing cabinet;

Art Deco Buffet/Cabinet in the Manner of Ruhlmann

Stunning Art Deco Buffet/Cabinet in the Manner of Ruhlmann

View this item and discover similar buffets for sale at - Stunning Art Deco Buffet/Cabinet in the Manner of Ruhlmann. Inlayed book matched exotic mahogany with black lacquered fluted legs and machine age brushed

Alain Richard . chest of drawers 205, 1954-5

From Galerie Pascal Cuisinier, Alain Richard, Chest of drawers 205 Lacquered metal and ash tree, 78 × 126 × 48 cm

1950s Desk by René Gabriel. 1950s asymmetrical desk by René Gabriel, with the original gray lacquered chest and two drawers; top surface has the original orange lacquer element which can be raised and has an interior storage area. Legs shaped like the wings of an airplane.

1950s Desk by René Gabriel

View this item and discover similar desks for sale at - asymmetrical desk by René Gabriel, with the original gray lacquered chest and two drawers; top surface has the original orange lacquer element

Antique Furniture

For Sale on - Illum Wikkelso is most recognized for his very popular design of the modular style 'plexus' chairs, but he was quite a masterful cabinet maker, earning

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Unique Mid Century Modern Retro and Glam by ModCenturyVintage

Attributed to Jan van Mekeren (Dutch, ca. 1658–1733). Cabinet on stand, ca. 1700-1710. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Ruth and Victoria Blumka Fund, 1995 (1995.371a, b) | By choosing bright yellow woods like barberry for daffodils, for instance, and by enhancing lighter woods with natural dyes, Van Mekeren achieved a rich and naturalistic palette not unlike those of contemporary flower painters. #spring

Dutch Marquetry Cabinet on Stand Attributed to Jan van Mekeren {Dutch} ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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