The form of this cabinet is known as a lianggegui, which typically refers to a cabinet with an open display shelf above two doors. This form is discussed by Wang Shixiang, et.al. in Connoisseurship of Chinese Furniture, vol. I, Hong Kong, 1990, pp. 84-5. See, ibid., vol. II, p. 147, no. D15, for an example in hardwood of very similar form.
A lacquer cabinet with open shelves on either side of hinged doors, exhibiting similar carving style and a closely related wan diaper ground, dated to the Yongzheng-Qianlong period and preserved in the Qing Court Collection, is illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum: Furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (II), Hong Kong, 2002, p. 257, no. 219.