English Regency Pine Étagère

English Regency (19th Century) narrow pine faux bamboo trimmed etagere / what-not with 3 open shelves and slat sides having a bottom drawer
ITEM #
GRL5047
WIDTH
21.0"
STYLE
English Regency
DEPTH
15.0"
COLOR
Beige
HEIGHT
57.0"
CATEGORY
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Etagere Bookcase Vitrine
$7,250
In Stock
Qty: 1

English Regency Pine Étagère

In Stock
$7,250
Quantity: 1
English Regency (19th Century) narrow pine faux bamboo trimmed etagere / what-not with 3 open shelves and slat sides having a bottom drawer
ITEM #
GRL5047
WIDTH
21.0"
DEPTH
15.0"
HEIGHT
57.0"
STYLE
English Regency
COLOR
Beige
Category
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Etagere Bookcase Vitrine
What-not

What-not

A What-not is a piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. This furniture was derived from the French étagére, and was popular in England during the 18th Century.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

Étagère

Étagère

Similar in shape and usage to the English what-not, the ètagère was a popular 18th and 19th Century French furniture form consisting of a set of free-standing or wall shelves used to display objects, sometimes with drawers or doors.

What-not

What-not

A What-not is a piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. This furniture was derived from the French étagére, and was popular in England during the 18th Century.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

Étagère

Étagère

Similar in shape and usage to the English what-not, the ètagère was a popular 18th and 19th Century French furniture form consisting of a set of free-standing or wall shelves used to display objects, sometimes with drawers or doors.

What-not

What-not

A What-not is a piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. This furniture was derived from the French étagére, and was popular in England during the 18th Century.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

Étagère

Étagère

Similar in shape and usage to the English what-not, the ètagère was a popular 18th and 19th Century French furniture form consisting of a set of free-standing or wall shelves used to display objects, sometimes with drawers or doors.

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