A bit of updated Neo-renaissance feel to this large and heavy pair of cabinetry panels, salvaged from a 19th century furniture piece, hutch, sideboard, or perhaps room paneling. The Greek influence urn with fruit and florals is in deep bas relief carving and creates a 2" thickness to that section of the plaque pair. Shown front and back, the wood front panels are backed with another board which remains unstained, but creates a heavy pair. They are just shy of 21" x 19 1/2" (full measurements noted on the photos) and would make up beautifully as focal carved panels on your own cabinetry or built into cabinet doors for a wall cabinet you can create - bathroom, or one of my favorite ideas would be a recessed wine cabinet with these as the doors to it. Get creative! We can never keep these old panels in stock, but I have 4 more sets just in from Paris with these, and I'll be listing those in weeks ahead. All are sold separately.
Very good to excellent condition, ready to be made up into something fresh and new. Authentic hardwood, hand carved late 1800s to earliest 1900, the combined weight tells you they're solid old forest growth panels. RARE to find that old wood. You see the unstained perimeter which would have been covered in moulding prior to salvage of the panels. Some people frame these as wall art. Some people use moulding to mount them on their existing cabinets, and some start with these in mind and create furniture or cabinetry using the antique doors/panels. Fun projects! You are buy 2 panels, matched pair. Yes, we know they are not Black Forest carvings, but we have only the one carved wood category - forgive us. French carved!