This massive oak cabinet was likely produced near the middle of the 20th century, and would have originally functioned as a general store display. Prior to arriving in our shop, this item was fully restored to its original condition. It features a gorgeous chestnut hue, and has been paired with antique japanned handles to match the style and age of the piece.
This cabinet offers a variety of storage options, from the glass encased shelving on the top half of the cabinet, to the hidden cabinet storage areas below, to the five drawers spanning the bottom of the piece. There are wooden panels between each of the doors of the cabinet, meaning that any items displayed in the case must be shorter than the width of the doors. Please see the second photograph in the listing for more detail.
Overall, the piece measures 89" high x 118" long x 18" deep. The inside overall dimensions of each of the glass cabinets are 52" high x 22" long x 12" deep. There are shelves in each of the glass cabinets which can be adjusted to various heights to suit the buyer's needs. These shelves can also be moved to the bottom cabinets, where tracks have already been installed to secure the shelves. The inside dimensions of each of the bottom cabinets are 27" high x 22" long x 12" deep. The inside dimensions of the drawers are 4" high x 20" long x 14" deep.
This item will need to be shipped via freight. Please contact our shop for more information regarding freight delivery.
TA - 103926 - 9/22/21
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We offer free shipping to the continental US on smaller items. All parcel packages are fully insured and shipped through USPS or UPS.
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