Biedermeier period Etagére black, South Germany about 1815
Releaseable, cherry tree wood veneers on softwood body, black lacquered.
Rare and early Biedermeier period Etagère with full-round, massive columns as well as 4 filings.
Height: 157.5 cm (62,01 inches) | width: 78 cm (30,71 inches) | depth: 48 cm (18,9 inches)
Legend: Etagèren are straightened filing pieces of furniture with several shelfs in order to sedate the height.
All sides of Etagèren are open, even the back walls remained undressed up.
By general perception popular piece of furniture for the filing of ornamental objects, reading, marks or show objects.