An unusual item, this heavy oak cabinet has two doors drawer and a rare service slide. A flat drawer hidden below the top that extends to provide 30% more service or display area. Very thick and solid oak, obviously made around 1900, with little regard to skimping on materials or cabinet work.
The top (or upper back) can be removed for transport.
While useable, please note the following items may require attention.
1.Finish extesively scratched and worn.
2. One handle missing on drawer.
3. Approx 3 cm of finishing trim not present.
4. Fabric lining in top drawer needs removal.
112 cm wide x 57 cm deep x 148 cm high.
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