Handsome European quarter-sawn oak cupboard, having a step-back molded upper display case with an ogee-shaped cornice projecting above a molded frieze, fitted with two tall glazed cabinets flanking a large arched molded shelf. Above a small mirrored cabinet centering two arched open shelves with turned columnar supports, on two larger turned columnar supports resting upon the molded overhanging top of the lower case which is fitted with two narrow drawers mounted with cast-brass pulls on raised plaques flanked by pyramidal diamond stiles, molded above a recessed large cabinet enclosed by two raised paneled, molded doors, flanked by two turned columnar stiles, above a molded plinth on four annulated bun feed.
Dating is 19th Century to early 20th Century. Tounge and groove construction with hand-dovetailed drawer boxes each with a chamfered bottom. Oak secondary wood. Good overall condition with golden-colored refinishing. Measures 92 3/4" tall and 51" wide including the cornice; the lower case is 42 3/4" tall, 20" deep and 47 1/4" wide.