A European Kingswood Vernis Martin and gilt metal vitrine.
Louis XV style, circa 1900.
In French interior design, vernis Martin is a type (or a number of types) of japanning or imitation lacquer named after the 18th century French Martin brothers: Guillaume (died 1749), Etienne-Simon, Robert and Julien. They ran a leading factory from between about 1730 and 1770, and were vernisseurs du roi ("varnishers to the king").
77” high, 34” wide, 16” deep.