This Gustavian Period country cabinet from northern Sweden was made during the early 19th century, around 1810. The cabinet retains the original finish, with a layer of white old historic paint added at some point later during the 1800’s. The inside with the original bare wood is exceptionally clean. The upper cabinet has a spoon rack, as well as two nicely dovetailed drawers. The patina is from genuine wear after over 200 years of use. The unusually profiled pediment is framed on the bottom by a thin carved frieze. The wood pillar between the two upper doors is nicely tapered adding distinction to the piece. The upper cabinet has the original working lock and key, and the doors of the lower cabinet use a wood latch original to the piece. This sturdy and healthy cabinet offers ample storage.