Victorian oak smokers pipe cabinet with glazed door, lock and drawers. 1880

Very pretty small smokers cabinet. Made from oak veneer, with a glazed door. The header panel has two holes drilled for hanging but there are feet too for flat-surface standing. 

To the top has a deep shelf area, with cutout brass work across the front and nicely shaped side profiles. To the back are two large holes for wall hanging, if preferred. There is a decorative lock plate to the front with an Art Nouveau style embossed pattern.
Inside there is a small drawer with a brass coloured drawer pull that has lost bits of it’s shine in places. On the back panel (inside) is a nicely shaped shelf with four holes to hang pipes.

On the outside side panels are folding shelves with three holes for a further 6 pipes. 

Please note, the only damage to this cabinet - one small screw that attach the right hand side panel to the bottom has worked it’s way loose, and the flat head grove on the screws has almost worn smooth. I don’t have the skill or dexterity or confidence to try and fix this. It does mean that there are gaps around the front panels/door and the lock doesn’t lock the door due to the gap. 
(please see photos) 
This is such a beautiful  little cabinet. Even with it’s minor fault!

Width: 180mm (7”)
Depth: 155mm (6 1/8”)
Height: 320mm (12 5/8”)
Weight: 1.25kg

Drawer internal dimensions (W/D/H): 120 x 95 x 55mm (4.75 x 3.75 x 2.2”)
Shelf: 140 x 140 x 155mm (5.5 x 5.5 x 6.14”)


SKU: MY21256