Very rare dining room display cabinet from 1939, designed by Walter Dorwin Teague in 'Machine Age' style.
Very well preserved. Ideal for a museum collection.
With its original cutlery box. Without the inner glass shelves.
With authenticity certificate and valuation dated 12/1990, of €5,000-€11,000.
This cabinet is catalogued, as per the following description.
"This cabinet was part of a dining room set designed by Teague in the late 1930s. Here we find the characteristic handle designed in the project for the interior designs of the Ford Building, presented at the 1939 New York Fair and published on page 323 of the volume 'The Machine Age in America'. A characteristic feature is the bright green interior that contrasts with the dark wood and external finish.
Purchased in a modern art collector's shop in the USA in 1990.
97 x 38 x H 150.
It will only be shipped via specialised couriers, given how delicate the item is.
The seller is in no way responsible for any breakages or loss during transport.