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Original 1920's French golden oak double tambour cabinet with pigeon hole interior

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Circa 1920's antique French tambour with original brass fittings and desirable age related wear. Attractive light oak colour. No key, but the the tambour roller function is excellent having had its mechanics professionally restored recently. Not for those seeking the widely available unmarked later models, but the unique character of its earlier industrial period. Pigeon hole compartment offers flexible use and is well suited to retail commercial as well as domestic use
Condition: Marks as pictured commensurate with age adding character/image sought in industrial furniture of its type.
Approximate date; c 1920's - 30's
Size (in cms): 70w x 29d x 92h

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Original 1920's French golden oak double tambour cabinet with pigeon hole interior

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Recycled: No
  • Style: Industrial & utility
  • Materials: Oak, brass
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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