Large Oak Museum Cabinet Denmark, C.1940s
A solid standing museum cabinet, Denmark, 1940s. The piece comes from the Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry in Hørsholm, Denmark, the six-leg cabinet is made of solid oak and boasts the original lining and glass. The case opens up on one of the long sides through two drop leaf doors. The fron of the case is fitted with a plaque gilded with the number 15, indicating its original collocation in the museum. Its calculated proportions make the piece look slender and not as large as it really is; the actual case measures 17 cm high and has an area of exactly 2 square metres -ideal for displaying a considerable number of objects.
Width: 250 cm
Height: 95 cm
Depth: 80 cm
Display inner height: 17 cm