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Sale 2105 Lot 368

Louis-Philippe Rosewood Vitrine

fourth quarter 19th century, the molded overhanging cornice with a spool-turned quarter-round trim, above a single glazed door opening to a satinwood interior fitted with shelves, the outside front corners of the case with turned and carved ornamentation, the base with a single drawer.
h. 84", w. 43", d. 19"

Provenance: Antiques Lefebvre, Lille, France; Collection of Allain Bush, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Estimate $1,000-1,500

**In very good, clean condition. No sign of damage. Fine detailing to the corners and drawer front. Retains its original finish with rich, dark patina.

Sold for $2,375
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