Hello! You have what is typically called a Louis XIII-XVI type curio cabinet, often termed a "Vernis Martin" cabinet display. It was likely manufactured in the late 19th to very early 20th century. Most are unmarked but are French in origin. Here is a link to several others made in the similar style:
"Vernis Martin" is a type of finish which uses a traditional frosty bronze finishing technique with hand painted romantic scenes, often those of courting and flowers. The surface is coated with fine plaster and then painted on.
In fine condition, these tend to retail around $1,500 to $2,000 pending demand--yours needs a bit of "love," but would still retail close to the $800-$1,000 range today as the forms, while plentiful, are still very much in demand. The markings appear more recent than the cabinet itself, and could indicate the general style of the finish, or Louis XIII.
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