Reclaimed Compound Cabinet

$3,800 USD
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W: 39.5" D: 19.75" H: 94.5"
Northern Elmwood
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Used as the centerpiece of a wealthy gentleman’s home, this style of Qing-dynasty compound cabinet is actually comprised of two stacked storage compartments. The upper compartment was used for hats or out of-season clothes while the lower compartment stored everyday garments. At the base of the lower cabinet is a concealed opening that would have held blankets and other bedding. This contemporary iteration honors the traditional form and was constructed of elmwood reclaimed from 19th-century Chinese buildings. Exhibiting rich, lustrous wood and handcrafted brass hardware, this tall cabinet is a fantastic way to anchor a space.

Additional Dimensions:
Top Shelf: 7"H x 33"W x 17"D
Second Shelf: 9.5"H x 33"W x 17"D
Third Shelf: 20"H x 33"W x 17"D
Bottom Shelf: 195" H x 33"W x 17"D

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