As harmonious as a drop of water (as the name implies) falling gently to illuminate a room. The entirely curved structure is made of solid cherrywood with trimmings in zebrano wood and an inlaid Carpanelli brand. On request, internal ...
This piece is a true artistic sculpture. The doors are in solid wood and modelled like a real leaf. Also the stump-base in elm briar is an unparalleled symbol of the tree. On request, inside lighting.
The entirely curved structure is of solid wood slabs with the outside part in cherry wood. Delicately inlaid on the doors with mother-of-pearl and shell inserts. There are four precious little eggs placed on the central shelf: two of ...
The glass cabinet, of a pyramidal form, has a solid wood structure plated with briarwood. The base contains a drawer, the crystals of the cabinet are ground and have a side which opens as a door. On request, internal lighting is available.
THE MADELAINE BIBLIOTHÈQUE A truly delightful piece, ideal as a library or ornament display cabinet. The shelves include tempered glass, allowing light from the flush mounted spots to shine through. The top drawers ...
... winding lines, and are offered in a cream, walnut and mahogany finish. The rooms are meticulosly modern, but retain a thorougly classic style.
This dining-room collection takes its name from the historic Ponte Vecchio in the wonderful art city of Florence. Classic but innovative, the Ponte Vecchio is precisely like how Made in Italy stands out in the world, ...
Our main challenge is to reach the perfection. The only way to get it is to work with a total dedication an impregnate our creations with this philosophy. Someone said once that real beauty is timeless, and we completely agree.
Our purpose is to offer you the best options to make you enjoy the best moments of your life. we decorate your house according to your taste. a place designed with passion and able to transmit your personality.
Liberty wooden cabinet, worn black finish with back in rosy silver oxide leaf, cat.B and new antique glasses.
Yew, rosewood and mahogany display cabinet with mother-of-pearl inlay. Glass doors and adjustable glass shelves, back with mirror or wood. Internal lighting. Period: William IV - England 1860
Mahogany display cabinet with gilt details. Doors and adjustable glass shelves. Internal lighting. Period: William IV - England 1750
GLASS CABINETS art.508 1 door glass cabinet, engraved crystal, gold leaf finish cod.10 with decorated surface or marble top
Style:English Details: Cherrywood, Olive ashwood burl, Mirrored back panel, One drawer, Ebonized accents Dimension: cm. 98 x 50 x 205 h. 38½" x 19¾" x 80¾" h.
Half-round curio cabinet Style:Neo classic Details: Plume mahogany, Bronze mountings, Hand-made carvings, One drawer Dimension: cm. 96 x 48 x 185 h. 37¾" x 19" x 72¾" h
One door cabinet in cherry wood and walnut with inlays. Finish as photo: C51 Dimensions: H. 204 - W. 61 - D. 44
Glass cabinet "Trianon" in solid cherry wood with flower inlays. Dimensions: H.231 - W. 192 - D. 56
Show-cases with flowers carvings and gold details, are unique pieces that enrich our houses.
The show-cases are precious with floreal carvings and decorations.
The interior shown on this page almost seems that of a Parisian house. Each single element deserves individual attention. But for the moment, let's just enjoy the overall effect.
An evening can be spent in Venice calmly contemplating the plays of light on the lagoon... Imagining the great masters of art whose pictures are engraved in our minds...Forgetting about time is not an escape or a weakness; on the contrary, ...
... and colours are all part of a design that brings the hint of a new look to the material. Bisanzio is, however, already a classic...
How to choose this product
A classic display case is a cabinet with glass doors or panes for displaying and storing items. Its form, construction or finish is associated with a particular era or period style. On ArchiExpo, this furniture is arranged by properties such as design period, type or finish.
These pieces can be chosen to complement existing period-style furniture or for their individual finish, quality of construction or materials, which may add a historical or elegant note to a space. They are used at home to display objects, antiques or kitchenware. Commercial and public uses include displaying information or products at exhibitions or in other settings.
Cherry and birch are among the woods used to manufacture such furniture. Special finishes include lacquer, veneer and, in some cases, crystal glass.
How to choose
Choose style and dimensions with respect to the space. The unit can complement other furniture or stand out as a feature piece. Evaluate sturdiness. Placement in a high-traffic area increases the risk of damage, while direct sunlight degrades finishes more quickly. Determine maintenance requirements and whether protective coatings must be reapplied.