Here's the photo that goes with my previous thread entitled "China Cabinet Prospective Purchase - Thoughts?"
Message from previous thread:
I am interested in purchasing an antique china cabinet (photo attached) and welcome your input. The seller thinks it's primarily made of walnut (including burled walnut on the front sides), and dates from around 1930-1950 (though the style appears to be Art Nouveau). It's about 68" high all the way to the top decorative piece, 48" wide (at its widest point), and 14" deep on the top, while 20" deep at the bottom. It's in pretty good condition, other than some blemishes on the bottom right section. The price is $475, which seems reasonable to me, given the beauty and size of the piece. The top part opens with a small key. The original key is missing but the owner has another key that seems to do the trick. The finish, unfortunately, is not the original (need to clarify exactly what was done to it). I don't have much experience buying antique furniture. If you know anything about the piece, have any suggestions as to issues to consider before buying, or have any opinions regarding the price I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thanks in advance!