Impressive 1920s Oak 21 Drawer Tambour Door Cabinet
From the home of an elderly rock and gem collector, this impressive British piece from the early part of the 20th century sings quality and let’s face it, it’s also damn good looking when the door is up.
So pleasing to be offered a decent piece of British furniture and even more pleasing when its in a decent tone of oak. We have a smaller tambour door cabinet from the same client which will be listed later however this one trumps that one.
The 21 drawers are a line of three smaller drawers over a flight of 2 lots of 9 all of which have dovetail joints with the lining and sides also in oak. The drawers have raised panels to the fronts on which the age tarnished brass index holders with finger pulls sit.
The condition is good – the oak is of a good tone. Expect light marking to the top and light scuffs to the bottom oak plinth. One of the brass index holders does have a repair but that seems to be holding up ok. The tambour is working fine and comes with its key and lock. A cared for piece rather than a barn find – so no odours. We would say well aged.
A fine piece of British furniture…
Dimensions - Overall: Height 138cm x Width 84cm x Depth 42.5cm
Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting since 2015. Our base is a 3,000sq foot space on a wonderful country estate in Staffordshire which you are more than welcome to visit, just let us know.
Martina an interior designer qualified from The Inchbald School of Design London partners up with Wayne an ardent gatherer in offering an attention-grabbing, appealing mix of British furniture and lighting from anywhere between 1750 -2000, of all genres. We have an ever-changing flow of interesting stock which works well for home, commercial spaces and interior designers.
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