We are pleased to be offering today this unusual to find Victorian curio cabinet in a corner design from the Civil War era of the 1860s to 1870s. It has carved fruit and berries on the curved base door, burl panels on both sides of door, carved rosettes in the center, a great looking cutout with four shelves on top and the cutouts show the walls behind the cabinet. It even has incise carving on the front of the three curved shelves. It is unique with three different ages incorporated into this as it is transitional getting close to the Eastlake era, but it is definitely Victorian. It has the burl walnut panels and carved berries that are two different ages and then it has the incise carving that leads into the renaissance era. It is in the original finish showing minor nicks and dings. There are few scuff marks here and there. Overall it is in nice shape with complete finials and incise curved skirts on each one of the shelves. It is finished in a dark walnut stain. The carvings are intact. There is no lock or key, but the key escutcheon is intact. The overall size is 26 inches wide, almost 80 inches tall to the top of the finial, 29 inches high to the base cabinet, 43 inches high tot eh first shelf, 57 inches to the middle shelf and 69 inches high to the top shelf. The base cabinet 15 inches deep and retains a single shelf interior. It would take up 18 inches of wall space. The top does come off for ease and safety during transport. Shipping starts at $265 for a driveway delivery in our normal area which is New England. Please contact us prior to purchase with your zip code to confirm what it would cost you if outside of New England for shipping.