English Renaissance Walnut Hutch Cabinet

English Renaissance-style (18/19th Century) walnut hutch cabinet with 2 shelves under a carved pediment top with 2 drawers over 2 diamond carved doors on the base
ITEM #
HUR045
WIDTH
57.0"
STYLE
English Renaissance
DEPTH
24.0"
COLOR
Brown
HEIGHT
80.0"
CATEGORY
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Cabinets
$24,000
In Stock
Qty: 1

English Renaissance Walnut Hutch Cabinet

In Stock
$24,000
Quantity: 1
English Renaissance-style (18/19th Century) walnut hutch cabinet with 2 shelves under a carved pediment top with 2 drawers over 2 diamond carved doors on the base
ITEM #
HUR045
WIDTH
57.0"
DEPTH
24.0"
HEIGHT
80.0"
STYLE
English Renaissance
COLOR
Brown
Category
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Cabinets
Renaissance

Renaissance

The Renaissance is considered the revival interest in classical design, beginning in Italy during the 14th century and continuing to spread throughout Europe until the 17th century. Renaissance furniture design is simple in structure with a generous use of classical ornament, such as the acanthus leaf, animal forms, and pilasters. Renaissance furniture typically has moderate ornamentation and decoration consists mostly of wood carvings. Renaissance furniture is usually dark in color and common materials consist of walnut and chestnut. The canopy bed and marriage chest are two popular pieces of furniture produced during the Renaissance style.

Walnut

Walnut

Walnut is a type of wood that can be identified by its rich brown colors and firm and even texture. Walnut is considered one of the finest woods due to its beautiful and unique coloring, strength, and ability to be shaped. Walnut is used for both lumber and veneer.

Hutch

Hutch

A free-standing cabinet piece with a set of open shelves in its upper portion, and a lower half that serves as a countertop with a combination of drawers and cabinets beneath. Hutches are most often used in kitchens or dining rooms, but can be multi-purpose. They were common in the Gothic household.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Renaissance

Renaissance

The Renaissance is considered the revival interest in classical design, beginning in Italy during the 14th century and continuing to spread throughout Europe until the 17th century. Renaissance furniture design is simple in structure with a generous use of classical ornament, such as the acanthus leaf, animal forms, and pilasters. Renaissance furniture typically has moderate ornamentation and decoration consists mostly of wood carvings. Renaissance furniture is usually dark in color and common materials consist of walnut and chestnut. The canopy bed and marriage chest are two popular pieces of furniture produced during the Renaissance style.

Walnut

Walnut

Walnut is a type of wood that can be identified by its rich brown colors and firm and even texture. Walnut is considered one of the finest woods due to its beautiful and unique coloring, strength, and ability to be shaped. Walnut is used for both lumber and veneer.

Hutch

Hutch

A free-standing cabinet piece with a set of open shelves in its upper portion, and a lower half that serves as a countertop with a combination of drawers and cabinets beneath. Hutches are most often used in kitchens or dining rooms, but can be multi-purpose. They were common in the Gothic household.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Renaissance

Renaissance

The Renaissance is considered the revival interest in classical design, beginning in Italy during the 14th century and continuing to spread throughout Europe until the 17th century. Renaissance furniture design is simple in structure with a generous use of classical ornament, such as the acanthus leaf, animal forms, and pilasters. Renaissance furniture typically has moderate ornamentation and decoration consists mostly of wood carvings. Renaissance furniture is usually dark in color and common materials consist of walnut and chestnut. The canopy bed and marriage chest are two popular pieces of furniture produced during the Renaissance style.

Walnut

Walnut

Walnut is a type of wood that can be identified by its rich brown colors and firm and even texture. Walnut is considered one of the finest woods due to its beautiful and unique coloring, strength, and ability to be shaped. Walnut is used for both lumber and veneer.

Hutch

Hutch

A free-standing cabinet piece with a set of open shelves in its upper portion, and a lower half that serves as a countertop with a combination of drawers and cabinets beneath. Hutches are most often used in kitchens or dining rooms, but can be multi-purpose. They were common in the Gothic household.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

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