This is a wonderful mahogany Chippendale style two-door china cabinet that dates from the 1920s and came out of Europe. It is 41 inches wide, 14 inches deep, and 76 inches high. It has two glass doors with individual mullions, with each door having four small pieces of glass and one large piece of glass, all looking like old wavy glass. It also has two shelves on the inside that are removable but have bowed in a bit from the weight they’ve held over the years. It also has glass panel sides, tall skinny cabriole Chippendale legs, and a beautiful straight cross band mahogany grain finished in a dark reddish-brown stain finish. There is no key, and the inside of the display has a green linen cloth on the back and the shelves to dress up the finish. There is also storage space underneath the bottom of the glass storage.