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Art Deco Cabinet – Double Sided in Birdseye Maple

An unusual and very striking double sided Art Deco Cabinet in an “S” shaped design with four drawers on each side making it ideal for use almost anywhere in the home. The material used to make this cabinet is birds-eye maple which gives it a very luxurious finish.

£775.00

Product ID: 57 SKU: 01254.

Here we have a very striking and unusual Art Deco Cabinet. It is a double sided design Art Deco style cabinet or side table and it is made from a very attractive birds-eye maple with an amazing grain.

Most noticeable of course is the cabinet’s distinctive “S” shaped design which has the distinctive Art Deco feel about it whilst at the same time being unique and very memorable.

This eye-catching piece of Art Deco furniture would be equally at home in a bedroom, lounge or almost any room in the house. There are four very unusually-shaped drawers on either side thus making this cabinet suitable to stand in the middle of a room if required. The drawers are fitted with very chic chrome knobs.

Birdseye Maple occurs primarily in Sugar Maple and is considered to be a very hard wood with a very attractive grain structure caused by the presence of the Birdseyes. When all furniture was made essentially by hand, Birdseye Maple was generally only used by the most capable cabinetmakers who had developed the tools and skills to work and finish Birdseye Maple successfully.

Antique furniture made out of Birdseye Maple is therefore quite rare and uniquely beautiful.

This Art Deco cabinet is 64cm high, (2ft 1in), x 96cm wide, (3ft 2in) x 60cm deep, (2ft).

It is in excellent condition and is offered for sale at just £775. Shipping is available to almost any destination worldwide – please contact us for a shipping quotation.

UK mainland shipping is free of charge. This cabinet may be seen, along with our other Art Deco furniture collection at our north London showroom.

 

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