Unusual Antique 1930s Angus Tambour Fronted Cabinet with Glazed section
This is a rather unusual cabinet which dates to the 1930s.
The cabinet is a bit of a mystery and appears to be a modified piece, designed to be used as either a medical cabinet or drinks cabinet.
It is heavy, solid and well made, a masculine and evocative looking piece which will make a statement in any room.
The left hand tambour fronted section was manufactured by Angus and bears a stamped escutcheon. The tambour door rolls down to reveal a later painted interior with a single glass shelf and an interior light, the wiring is old and if you wish to use it this would need replacing.
The cabinet could be used for office storage and has a useful open shelved area to the right which is set over a small double doored cupboard to the base. To the top right is a glazed door which opens to reveal a glass shelf and interior light, also needing attention from an electrician.
The wood has a polished finish which has a lovely sheen.
The key works well and the tambour door runs smoothly.
top right hand glazed cabinet section measures 56cms wide x 31.5cms deep, top shelf is 14.5cms high, bottom shelf is 20cms high
open shelved area measures 30.5cms high
bottom cupboard measures 30.5cms high
The cabinet is in solid structural condition with various cosmetic marks of age and use to the wood here and there.
The top has some marks.
The internal lights are not currently in use but could easily be wired up safely by an electrician.
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