A finely crafted early 19th century Spanish kitchen 'alecena' with a reticulated ogee cornice over two lattice grilled doors and a molded shelf.
The 'alacena', is a type of traditional Spanish food pantry with a latticed grill for ventilation. The etymology of 'alacena' is derived from 'a la cena', which translates 'to dinner'.
Hand adzed and hand sculpted Spanish walnut with a rich amber patina. Circa 1800 - 1850.
Dimensions: 39 inches high x 24 inches wide x 8 inches deep.
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