This is a useful little antique cupboard or sideboard which dates to the late 19th century. The cupboard is made from well aged mahogany and probably began its life with a top section which was later removed.The front has double doors which open to reveal two shelves, the top one is removable and looks to be a later replacement, the lower shelf is fixed. The key is purely decorative and does not work the lock. It would make a useful storage cupboard for any home and has a nautical wind swept look which would suit a small seaside cottage. I have hand painted the exterior in a pale blue water based paint before applying a light colour glaze.
The finish has been distressed and has a smooth and matt finish. 84cms high x 87.5cms wide x 35cms deep. Shelves measure, top- 24cms high, middle-20cms high, bottom -21.5cms high.The cupboard is generally in good structural condition with many, many small cosmetic marks of age and use. The top has a lot of small marks below the painted finish and some small filled screw holes plus two filled dowel holes. The key is purely decorative, the lock no longer works properly. Basically it is very well aged and rustic! You are welcome to collect in person or we can arrange a courier. North as far as Manchester. Please take a glance at our other items, we list new things every week. Our stock is constantly changing and updating and is quite varied and in many cases unique. We are a small family run company based in Denbury, South Devon and have been restoring furniture for several years after deciding to turn our hobby into a business.
We professionally restore antique and vintage pieces, painting some which need updating and preserving those which look handsome left untouched. We love anything old and antique and take great care in the preparation and repair of all items, treating woodworm and fixing loose joints as a matter of course. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Cabinets & Cupboards".house" and is located in this country: GB.
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