Modern Ivory Lacquered Narrow V Front Lighted Display Cabinets a Pair


SKU 414-CSG-056 Category Tag

Extraordinary pair of modern ivory colored lacquer lighted full-view display cabinets with V shaped glass fronts and mirrored backs. Possibly Italian made, they are in wonderful vintage condition. There are small nicks to the very bottom of the base and on one edge of one cabinet, but these have been repaired and touched up. Circa 1970s.



  • Height – 82.5 Inches
  • Width – 20 Inches Ea.
  • O/A Depth – 24 Inches
  • Depth at Sides – 18 Inches
  • Weight – 400 Pounds All


Crated Size:

  • Height – 90 Inches
  • Width – 30 Inches
  • Depth – 27 Inches
  • Weight – 560 Pounds


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Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new, so they will have signs of use and wear. See photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.


These display vitrines are very handsome and one of our favorites pieces we are currently offering. Totally unique and awesome! The pair are comprised of fiberboard with an antique white or ivory colored lacquer finish. The fronts have a V shape with double opening lacquer framed full-view glass doors. They each are lighted and share ten quarter inch thick glass shelves which are fully adjustable making for extremely versatile display. Plus, they can be used butted together side by side as one unit or split as stand-alone units, which makes them very nice for that narrow space where you need just the right piece. From their design and construction, we believe this pair of cabinets may have been made in Italy circa 1970s; however, they are not marked, and we have not yet discovered their maker. We know you love them as much as we do. Make them yours.