Cedar cabinet with rounded corners and molded Biedermeier overhanging cornice with separate pieces flush with the rest of the molding forming the corners. Four shelves, two doors with glass panels in the Biedermeier style. No structural divisions, with one large wardrobe-like space and four shelves resting on cleats at the sides. Well-fitted pegged joints, paneled sides and molded base.
81.5 x 46 x 18 in. (207.01 x 116.84 x 45.72 cm)
Place of Origin
Round Top (Fayette County, Tex.)
Gift to Winedale Historical Complex from Ima Hogg, 1967.
Artisan or Artist
glass ; cedar ; display cases
Materials Facet -- Materials (Hierarchy Name) -- materials (matter) -- inorganic material -- glass (material) ; Materials Facet -- Materials (Hierarchy Name) -- materials (matter) -- biological material -- plant material -- wood (plant material) -- softwood -- cedar (wood) ; Objects Facet -- Furnishings and Equipment (Hierarchy Name) -- Furnishings (Hierarchy Name) -- furnishings (artifacts) -- furniture -- case furniture -- cabinets (case furniture) -- china cabinets
Furnishings -- furniture -- storage and display furniture -- cabinet -- cabinet, china
case furniture -- china cabinets
Winedale Historical Complex, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
Local Resource Number
Accession No.: W 67.23 ; Catalogue No.: W-1h 3-67
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
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Hill Texas Archive Research Notes
Descended in the Etzel family, attributed to William Etzel, native of Duchy in Nassau who lived in Round Top beginning in the 1840s.