A reclaimed oak and veneer, glazed, display cupboard likely to date to the early half of the 20th Century. The cupboard has oak doors that have been glazed with clear glass. The sides and top of the cupboard are oak veneered. The cupboard has two shelves and is of a good size for displaying items. The cupboard is reclaimed and has some signs of wear and some damage, as expected. There are some knocks and chips to the wood and the veneer is splitting, chipping and coming away in places. The bottom catch on the inside of the left hand door is seized and will need to be removed or unseized by purchaser as the door does not open presently. The right hand door is missing a handle but it is possible to open and shut the door by twisting the small screw. The left hand door has a crack to the top of the glass. The top of the right hand door may have had a repair as there is a cut mark in the oak. Please see pictures for condition details. The cupboard is a nice antique item that will be ideal for storing and displaying items.
Height to pointed top 102.7cm
Height at sides 92.2cm
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