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REDUCED FROM $6,795.....This Breakfront Cabinet was made by Stewartstown Furniture Company in the 1940's. A rare find as ... moreREDUCED FROM $6,795.....This Breakfront Cabinet was made by Stewartstown Furniture Company in the 1940's. A rare find as a full breakfront, this remarkable design often attributed to Paul Laszlo is usually seen as a credenza buffet without the removable glazed door cabinet top. A fantastic wall anchor, fill it with books, bibelots or china in the dining room. Modern breakfronts are a rarity. Here fully restored with a red faux leather finish, the blond mahogany door moldings and caning are a lovely contrast, the interiors refinished in the original blond mahogany. The bottom with side doors opening to an adjustable shelf and the center, fitted with drawers, the top drawer divided for cutlery. Doors with caned panels and polished brass sculpted half moon pulls. The top fitted with adjustable shelving with plate groove. An exceptional piece not often available in this form. Measurements: Overall 72 x 20 x 80 high Bottom 72 x 20 x 32 high Top 68 x 15 x 48 high (removable) less
- 72ʺW × 20ʺD × 80ʺH
- Stewartstown Furniture Company
- "Styled After"
- Paul Laszlo
- Place of Origin
- North America
- EXCELLENT EXCELLENT less