An American late 19th century copper-mounted, leather inset ebony, ebonised, palmwood, fruitwood, gold lacquer and aventurine 'Japonisant' cabinet
attributed to the Herter Brothers, circa 1876
surmounted by a pierced shaped cornice avove a gilt and embossed-leather back upper-structure with shelves on column supports, above a pair of cupboard doors inset with Japanese laquer panels depicting birds in foliage, the interior with a shelf, the angles each with intricate pierced scrolling mounts and patera, on a shaped apron and spreading feet, 105.5cm wide, 49.5cm deep, 198.5cm high (41.5" wide, 19" deep, 78" high).
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