Download the Invaluable app and never miss an auction from your iOS or Android device.
If you win, the seller may charge this card 2 days after the invoice is sent.
Security ServerCertified by VikingCloud
According to the old adage, there's a place for everything and everything's in its place. This invariably conjures the idea of storage. To meet our seemingly endless need for places to put things, shelving, drawers, and cubby holes have for centuries been fitted into cabinets, armoires and cupboards.
Antique cabinets are believed to have evolved from the rudimentary chest. Early versions were little more than front-opening chests placed on top of a table, stand, or chest of drawers. The china cabinet from distinguished American brand Drexel is an example of a traditional and functional cabinet.
Armoires, depending on style, can create an atmosphere that is formal and traditional or casual and modern. Because they can be made large enough to hold virtually anything behind their doors, armoires are adapted for use today as closets, entertainment centers, and bars.
Cupboards, the forerunners to built-in kitchen cabinetry, act as stand-alone pantries. The Welsh cupboard is also used for food preparation, entertaining, china display, and textile storage.
Crafted in a variety of styles and range of materials, cabinets, armoires, and cupboards all make life at home a little more beautiful and accessible.
As the world's leading online auction marketplace, thousands of auction houses use Invaluable to deepen relationships with millions of clients around the world. Stay connected to the things you love with curated items and auctions sent to your inbox.
© 1986-2023 Invaluable, LLC. and participating auction houses. All Rights Reserved.