Coromandel Inlaid Vitrine

  • Crafted of prized coromandel, this elegant vitrine is a superb example of Victorian splendor
  • Found in southeast Asia, coromandel ebony is one of the most distinctive timbers in the world
  • Delicate inlay and satinwood join the coromandel in the prized cabinet
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Item No. 30-0924

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Highly-prized coromandel, or East Indian ebony, was used to create this beautiful Victorian vitrine. Featuring delicate inlay in the Victorian/Edwardian style and glass panels framed in the equally luxurious satinwood, this cabinet is constructed to fit flush against a wall with baseboards. Elegant cabinets such as this are perfect for displaying one's treasures, but with original locks, keys, mirrors and fleur-de-lis fabric, this case is a prized possession unto itself. 

Circa 1890

30" wide x 14 ½" deep x 41 ½" high

Coromandel ebony is variegated brown and black, often called "streaky," wood. It is considered a highly valuable wood for turnery, fine cabinet work and joinery and is also excellent for best quality carving.
Intricate details and rare materials recommend this Victorian vitrine
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Cabinets/Vitrines/Bookcases
Depth: 14.5 Inches
Width: 30.0 Inches
Height: 41.5 Inches
Style: Victorian

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