An 18th Century Dutch Vitrine glazed cabinet


+44 (0)1962 928824

+44 (0)7565 414253


  • £7,600.00
  • €8,643 Euro
  • $8,456 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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An 18th Century Dutch Vitrine glazed cabinet

An elegant 18th century Dutch two-part vitrine cabinet.  Displaying dry scraped paint, depicting yellow and cream tones throughout. Demonstrating an elegantly shaped bonnet cornice sitting above a pair of glazed doors - retaining original hand-blown glass. The doors open to reveal internal shaped shelves, offering great display opportunities. The lower sections displays a pair of panelled doors raised on shaped bracket feet. The interior features its original soft muted burgundy paint, that has been later refreshed in places.  With its elegant lines and soft finish, this vitrine will bring a graceful presence to any interior.  

Height - 221cm
Width - 128cm
Depth - 41cm


  • H: 221cm (87.01in)
  • W: 128cm (50.39in)
  • D: 41cm (16.14in)


18th Century & Earlier

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RG25, UK
United Kingdom


Pappilon is a Mother and Daughter collaboration of ideas spanning 'some' decades of new and old.  Both having a fascination with interiors and art we like to think we have a unique style and taste where we select individual pieces for their own stand-alone worth and value and like family, it is a growing family of ideas that makes us love what we do.

We feel that antiques which have withstood the test of time relate to a quality found in craftsmanship most often lost in today's modern age. This doesn't simply mean we stick with the old but the ethos of what we stand for is that even antiques for the future should have a consideration to its longevity and quality as well as its style.

We source pre-loved and sometimes tired pieces of furniture and items from many locations around the UK and in and around Europe. We lovingly restore each piece and sympathetically bring it back to life either by injecting it into the 21st century or restoring it back to its original state.

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