Details: Early to mid 19th century small French oak display shelf that may have been used as a spice rack with a small carved center drawer at the bottom. This charming free standing piece has simple carving, a lovely scalloped top and sides and is raised on tiny cabriole feet. The two 3" deep shelves have facades that keep items from sliding out and the bottom shelf is 6" deep with the covered compartment for the drawer in the center. Distance from the bottom shelf to the middle is 14 1/8" and from the middle to the top is 7.25". Groove construction and beautifully finished in a rich, brown stain.
Dimensions: 26"w x 7"d x 38"h (15.5 lbs)
Condition: This piece has recently been refinished, however, a tiny part of the right foot has been broken off, which does not affect the stability. Two holes have been drilled (presumably for hanging)- one in the middle left and one in the far right (see photos).