Circa 1920s. An interesting, stained beech, elm and brass Korean cabinet. The rectangular top with shaped quarter brackets above a pair of doors with three massive strap hinges, further brass plates and two large escutcheons which form of a flower head with studs and engraving. The doors open to reveal a simple interior lined with Korean printed paper. Beneath the two doors there are two drawers in the base, each with oval handles with pierced backplates in the form of butterflies and further brass strap work. The whole piece rests on four bracket feet with a small, shaped section in the center. The cabinet is clean and very stylish.
- 94cm High x 72cm wide x 40cm Deep