I got a very large display cabinet some time ago and I am trying to find more information on it or even a ball park range on what it may be worth. It's a very large cabinet, takes up a wall by itself and over 8ft in height (I have all of the dimensions, a bit on the rough side). It has original brass fixtures on it, and inlaid glass for the display part. Far as I can tell it's all original with minor damage from what I assume is wear and tear or moving and improper storage for a short while (neighbor I bought it from had it in a non insolated shed more or less for a while).
It comes apart into three sections; top or crown, middle where the display windows are and the bottom where the drawers are. I have not yet found a maker mark or anything to point out a date on it.. I'm not sure of the type of wood either. I can get more images if people need them though.
Over all its 87 inches tall and 90in length wise. Middle section is as follows 90 L x 14 1/2 W x 41 H Bottom is as follows 90 L x 23 W x 32 H
I don't have a lot of…
I don't have a lot of information other than what I can see and where I got it from. There is a little damage to the wood where it was improperly stored before I bought it.
We sold a virtually…
We sold a virtually identical cabinet this week for about $800.00, these tend to be 20th century reproductions of original Chippendale style examples from the mid to late 18th century. Quality of them varies tremendously as does value, their large size tends to make them harder to sell in the current market