Vintage Carved Wood Corner Shelf Collapsible Hinged with Mirrors
Description: Most-likely during the 1930's or 1940's, this wooden corner shelf was crafted with carved wood and small nails. This style art form was popular from the late 1800’s through 1940's, each being unique in its own way. This single folk art style shelf features a carved, leafy motif and a 2" x 3 1/2" mirror on two sides. The pie piece shaped shelf is an ideal size for a few small figurines or single small vase. The back vertical corner and bottom of shelf is held together with two hinges. One side is held by the original small latch which can be unhooked and collapses to only 1 1/2" thick, making it easy to pack or store. This beautiful, wooden, timeless treasure is functional, still durable with normal wear and only a few areas of damage. Ready to be hung with its original wire hanger.
Note: Figurines not included. Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.
Circa: Most-likely 1930’s-1940
Height (overall): 17"
Length: 11" (across where mirrors are located, left to right)
Width/Depth: 8 1/2"
Collapses to 1 1/2" thick
Shelf: 11" Wide x 7 3/4" Deep (from back center to front)
Product Weight: 1 pound 7 ounces
Primary Material: Wood
Style: Folk Art
Markings: Unidentified pencil marking on back (as shown).
Origin: Most-likely U.S.A.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Construction appears to be strong and secure. Normal wear includes scratches and light wear on corners and exposed areas. Shelf has a slight warpage on left side although does not effect the functionality. Collapses as it should. Latch and hinges work and perform as they should. There is a 2 1/4" split in the wood on top, right side (as shown). Even with this, shelf appears to be strong and functional. Please refer to photographs as they are part of the description.
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