Rustic Edwardian oak pipe cabinet.

A lovely rustic old cabinet, with a large glazed panel on the door, an exterior drawer and two small drawers inside.

On the top is a metal shield plaque, ready for engraving. There is no longer a lock on the door, just a big key shaped hole. The door still closes properly, and the primitive hole seems to suit the rustic style of the cabinet!
There is a wide drawer on the outside of the cabinet. It has a fairly decorative metal drawer Paul put the shine has badly worn away and it’s hard to tell what kind of metal it actually is. Inside the cabinet are a further two drawers with nice rounded metal knobs that show lots of sign of age and discolouration. They still look very pretty. There is a full width shelf space and an area where a tobacco jar would have sat. On the right panel is a bracket with holes to hang three pipes. The lid is not hinged on this cabinet. 

The wood is silky smooth smooth in places, and a little tougher in other places. The veneer on the lid is starting to discolour on the left hand side. 

The back panel is a thinner wood, and has a split in it running top to bottom. Please see photos. Please be aware of this area of damage. 

Width: 325mm (2 3/4”)
Depth: 200mm (7 7/8”)
Height: 330mm (13”)
Weight: 4.37kg

Drawer internal dimensions:
265 x 145 x 62mm (10.4 x 5.75 x 2.4”)
75 x 120 x 72mm (3 x 4.75 x 2.75”)

Shelf spaces:
285 x 150 x 50mm (11.25 x 5.9 x 2”)
180 x 150 x 165mm (7 x 5.9 x 6.5”)


SKU: MY21465