Been in garage since about 1950. Likely early 1900s original construction. Bought from a clothing store that went out of business. This was a top end well constructed cabinet to display high end product back in the day. Was used to store odds and ends in the garage.
Full glass sides, glass front and glass top (beveled glass). No cracks or damage to glass.
Approximately 99.75" long x 27.25" deep x 45.5 tall. 8 drawers wide by 3 drawers high. Inside drawer measurements are 10" wide x 23" long x 10 tall. In pictures note that a bottle spilled on top and took off some varnish but did not damage the wood. All handles are in place.Doesn't appear anything is missing. Heirs did not know that this was a glass cabinet until it was just uncovered. This cabinet was buried in the garage with the glass facing towards a wall and covered over with cardboard, plywood and cabinetry up against it. It appears that this was a shirt display cabinet in a local haberdashery. It looks like cabinet is all oak or at least hardwood of some sort.
All drawers are intact and in good shape. Some of the wood drawers stick and are hard to fully close in the summer. This truly is a barn find. How many of these have survived? Item is located in central MA.
I can assist with loading. This is one of two antique cabinets found. See my other listings for the other cabinet.
The item "Antique Wood Glass Mercantile Store Showcase Display Cabinet Haberdashery VTG" is in sale since Sunday, July 4, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Mercantile, Trades & Factories\Display Cases".
The seller is "sallysails" and is located in Worcester, Massachusetts. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.