This antique, 19th century, table-top ebony cabinet is crafted with beveled glass, double doors, over two short and one long base drawer. Notice the interesting, small brackets flanking the doors. Of the highest quality, this little piece is a treasure for discerning collector and a centerpiece for a special room. Catering to the tastes of Europeans traveling on the route between Calcutta and Delhi, the remarkable artisans of Monghyr (Munger) created small furniture pieces of rare ebony, intricately inlaid with ivory tracery; the finest of artistry.
(For other examples): A. Jaffer, Furniture from British India and Ceylon, 2001. p. 235-37.
Width 23 Depth 12.5 Height 31.5 inches
Please note that some countries and American states prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to ivory and tortoiseshell. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with customs and shipping regulations prior to purchasing if they intend to ship this item outside of Colorado.