A great early 20th century oak multi-drawer storage cabinet with tambour door, 36 drawers and cupboard to the base, this would be great in a kitchen with so much storage, or for a collector. A great looking piece of furniture, it also has a lovely commemorative plaque attached; Presented to Rev James Brown 1919.
The tambour door opens and closes with the original lock and key however, it is heavy to use and you need to be careful not to catch your fingers!
Height: 61" (155cm)
Width: 49.5" (126cm)
Depth: 21.75" (55cm)
If you are outside the UK Mainland and wish to make a purchase, please get in touch for details.
As we deal in original antique and vintage items, it is worth noting that this object has been pre-loved and will have signs of use, wear and tear. Wherever possible we will always list the condition of the item, but it should be noted that these are not new. We feel this adds patina and creates the beauty of the object. If you have any doubts or questions, PLEASE contact us BEFORE purchasing the item. We also reserve the right to remove or refuse any sale, at which time a full refund would be issued. Please see our terms and conditions of sale.