We are pleased to be offering today this most unusual cherry Eastlake era stand that is quite unique. It has ball and claw talon brass feet on all four legs, incise carving along the skirt and down the legs with a floral design, a bevel edge rectangular top with a molded skirt, underneath that are two stick and ball gallery shelves with side rails made of dainty little turn spindles and underneath is a cut out shapely design bottom shelf with applied trim. It is really quite unique. The negatives are a small surface crack that goes down through the top that can be corrected in the cabinet shop if the buyer so desires it can be discussed at the time of purchase. Other than that it is missing four of the little underneath the shelf trims, which you can’t tell. I believe it is missing two on each corner of the left hand shelf, if I did not tell you about it you would not notice. It is in the old original finish. It dates from the 1880's. The overall size is 30 inches long, 18 inches deep and 29.5 inches high. The two bottom shelves are 16 inches from the floor and the bottom shelf is approximately 7 inches from the floor. The width of the middle shelves are approximately 8 inches. The more I look at this cabinet it would look great at a stereo stand or a TV stand. It is a great little Eastlake cherry wood stand that has a lot of character. Shipping starts at $145 for a driveway delivery in our normal area. Please contact us prior to purchase to confirm that you are in our normal area.