Secessionist Cabinet attributed to Moser

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Secessionist Cabinet attributed to Moser

13,500.00

A Southern German Secessionist period two part cabinet whose design is attributed to Koloman Moser; executed in oak; having doors in both upper and lower sections inlaid with period motifs rendered in brass, ebony and mother of pearl; the upper section with a central display area enclosed by doors fitted with beveled glass; the lower section additionally having two divided drawers below a mirror backed work surface fitted with brocatelle marble.  See Sotheby's, 10/23/1987 lot 342.

Overall dimensions: 55"wide 19.25"deep 84.5"high 

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