Asked on Jun 04, 2015

Identify age or maker of this china cabinet?

I have all the measurements on this. 58 1/2 in high, 51 1/2 in around the front curve from one side to the other, front glass is 13 5/8 across, each side glass is 11 3/4 wide and all glass pieces are 44 in tall. top board is 3 3/4 in tall and 34 in long as top is 35 in across.
This is in the house owned by husband. Want some info on it if possible.
Side view
One front foot
Other front foot. back legs are plain
other side
front left side. notice the stained glass in the corners
top board that is only attached with a plug in the middle. Decorations are seemingly rustic and look handmade. None are alike.
  10 answers
  • Janel Janel on Jun 04, 2015
    I have the same one, but without the engraving. Mine came from my Grandma. I know mine is very old, and has glass shelves. I am looking for info on it also.
  • Norma Hudson Norma Hudson on Jun 04, 2015
    I have one also with out engraving and wood shelves. I know it's old and my glass is broke :( Trying to find someone to replace it now
  • Jan Munroe Jan Munroe on Jun 04, 2015
    Google Eastlake furniture, it was a move to simply Victorian furniture but it still considered Victorian. late 1800's "Carpenters also made pieces of furniture from patterns in this style for their homes and for customers. The style differed from the original concept of Charles Eastlake; some versions were more ornately carved and others were minimally incised, perhaps having only reeded and chamfered corners."
  • Janel Janel on Jun 04, 2015
    I checked Eastlake furniture and I don't think that is what this cabinet is. This is what mine looks like, but it has glass shelves......
  • Holly R Holly R on Jun 04, 2015
    I bought one back in the 1990's that looks just like this, it was hand made by the Amish of Pennsylvania and shipped all over the country; you may have a reproduction. Vandyke's Restorers carries reproduction glass that can fit in these.
  • Shirley Kalinosky Shirley Kalinosky on Jun 04, 2015
    I took it to an antique dealer that accepts consignment. He said it is from the 1900's and that it could be worth $400-$600.
  • Janet torres-haxton Janet torres-haxton on Jun 04, 2015
    i am 76 and remember my grama having one like this she said it was her mother's i was little it has to be early 1900 or earlier , my mother was born in 1903 so her mother had to be at least 25 or more years older so possible its from the 1800's it is very valuable and very pretty , it would look nice with precious moment ornaments in it or many different china cups and saucers .
  • Nancy Nancy on Jun 06, 2015
    This appears to be a reproduction. If it is from the 1900's, the wood is usually hand planed. If the wood is super smooth and edges seem to perfect, get a second opinion. If in fact it was made in the 1990s by the Amish, they might have used hand tools. So this is a tricky call. Is there any maker name inscribed on the bottom or back?
    • Shirley Kalinosky Shirley Kalinosky on Jul 16, 2015
      @Nancy Good question. I have never turned it over to see or looked on the back. Duh! I will put a mirror underneath and check it out and let you know. Thanks for asking me.
  • Lynn Walker Lynn Walker on Jul 26, 2020

    Anyone know anything about this cabinet?

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jun 06, 2021


    1940's Can't give name sorry!