German Louis Philippe Vitrine in Polished Ash
German Louis Philippe/Jugendstil Vitrine in Ash, circa 1860-1870.
The style of this vitrine is in transition. The curved bonnet is reminiscent of the German Louis Phillipe period, 1840-1870, the block feet and simple angular form are Biedermeier, the hardware and etched glass are in keeping with the Jugendstil movement.
Germany has a period which transitions out of Biedermeier from 1840-1870 they call Louis-Philippe, after the French monarch who reigned from 1830 to 1848. This period in furniture design marked a return to a more curved line with stylized ornamentation, in contrast to Biedermeier's more angular lines.
Jugendstil, artistic style that arose in Germany about the mid-1890s and continued through the first decade of the 20th century.
WIDTH: 42½ in | HEIGHT: 80½ in | DEPTH: 17¼ in
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CONDITION: Polished Ash, original etched glass