Imagine this gorgeous Broyhill Brasilia china cabinet as part of your home. How much could you exhibit and store on this one piece?!
This artfully designed china cabinet is one of the many different options that the Brasilia collection has. As you know this line was inspired by the architecture of the City of Brasilia in Brazil. This piece is considered rare and it was introduced at the Seattle world’s fair in 1962. With a doublewide glass top 4 panels of which 2 of them open, to let you store and exhibit your items, this amazing piece can be used as a wall unit, room divider, china cabinet, hutch or a very nice display case for your collections.
This nice hutch measures: 75″ H x 56″ L x 17″ D. It can be the wow piece to add to your collection! With any of the Broyhill Brasilia pieces, there is no wrong choice. You get a ton of storage and a statement piece that will be the envy of the neighborhood.
This Brasilia china cabinet has 1 owner since the 1960s and then it was passed on to the daughter and son in law but it is not their style. So I took them and as always my goal is to find them a nice home where they can have a second life and be appreciated.
This great china cabinet has minimal to normal wear for being in this world for such a long time. It has minor nicks, some scratches to the top of the lower cabinet and normal wear and tear on the shelves, top, and legs (see pictures).
Don’t forget that we ship anywhere in the lower 48 and some parts of Canada. This beautiful cabinet will be packed, palletized, insured and shipped from our warehouse to your home with no hassle. As always feel free to send any questions you might have. We will be glad to answer them for you.
Here is a little bit of history of the Brasilia Collection if you would like to read more about it.
The Brasilia line by Broyhill was created in 1962.
The signature lines and waves of Brasilia furniture were inspired by the distinct architecture of the city of Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.
The city of Brasilia was planned and developed between 1956 and 1960. When viewed from above, the city’s shape resembles a plane or bird, which is mimicked on much of Broyhill’s original fabric and tiles. Most of the city’s architecture was the vision of a man named Oscar Niemeyer. Some of his most notable works are the Palacio de Alvorada and the Cathedral of Brasilia (Pictured). These both feature clean lines and simple, modern design. What stands out most about the architecture is the use of hyperboloid structures, as in the cathedral and it’s parabolic columns, which are said to represent two hands moving upwards towards heaven. This particular building is one of Brasilia’s most recognizable attractions, due to its unique design and grand scale.
When viewing the architecture of Brasilia, it is clear to see the inspiration in the design of the Broyhill Brasilia line of furniture. This line was first featured at the Seattle World’s Fair in 1962 representing the city of Brasilia. These unique pieces were created throughout the 1960’s in various forms.