Classicist cherry tree cabinet
Munich around 1810.
Selected beautiful cherry wood veneered on a softwood body.
Linear construction with emphasis on the angular cornice.
Interior subsequently divided into compartments with floors.
Two-door body resting on pointed feet. Nice warm cherry wood. Very good state of preservation. Shellac wax hand polish.
Height: 203 cm | Width: 140 cm | Depth: 64 cm
Note: At that time, the Daniel court carpentry was known in Munich and was characterized by even, continuously simple veneer patterns. This cabinet can therefore be attributed to the court carpenter Daniel.