Antique Edwardian oak pipe cabinet. c1910. 
Two doors to the front with panelling and a brass lock (no key. Will add to the listing if I find one to fit). The lid lifts to reveal a shelf and a removable pipe slot to the back. 

Inside, there are two drawers, each with a cream Bakelite knob, and a spacious storage shelf. At the bottom is a second large storage space, housing a removable two-sectioned tray. 

In nice vintage condition. There are two areas of damage to note. There is a vertical split to the back or the right hand panel. This has been glued and won’t get any worse. The front left edge/corner has been repaired where the corner appears to have been knocked. Not glued with cosmetics in mind, but it is very attached with no fear of further splitting. Although structurally sound, someone with more knowledge would be able to restore these areas a lot better than I could so I have left the damage untouched. 

Width: 285mm (11.25”)
Depth: 195mm (7.7”)
Height: 255mm (10”)
Weight: 2.5kg

Drawers internal:
Width: 110mm (4.3”)
Depth: 80mm (3”)
Height: 55mm (2”)

Tray compartments:
Width: 114mm (4.5”)
Depth: 84mm (3.4”)
Height: 18mm (0.8”)

Large storage section:
Width: 115mm (4.5”)
Depth: 95mm (3.75”)
Height: 135mm (5.3”)