A late 19thc decorative glazed cylinder shaped display case in the form of a column with a marble top.
The circular piece of green marble is inset into an ebonised wooden moulded top.
The piece consists of four quarter sections, each section being a wooden frame with glass panels, all four forming a circle.
The decorative frames consists of a brass ball bead around the glass, stained wood, boxwood stringing & mahogany cross banding.
Between each of the four sections is an ebonised moulding, joining the piece together.
The base is a moulded plinth, similar to the top section & the piece sits on four gilt brass, hairy paw feet.
The interior consists of two circular glass shelves & on the base is a deep-buttoned upholstered cream cushion.
This a very decorative piece, ideal for displaying treasued items. It is also a practical piece as does not take up too much room.
The display case of stable construction & can go straight into a home.
Height: 44.75'' / 114cm
Width: 21'' / 53.5cm
Depth: 21'' / 53.5cm