Vintage Fir + Glass Corner Cab

$ 1295.00

Truly amazing corner cabinet of solid fir and glass salvaged with a lot of love and effort from a Capitol Hill home that was built in 1910. This is not your average cabinet. It was originally installed as an upper- as pictured, the top was attached to some burly ceilings. You can also flip it over so the glass doors are on top and this unit becomes a base cab. The 4 glass doors have 12 panes each with caming between them. Four milk glass knobs open the doors in pairs. Behind the panel doors are stained fir cubbies with an adjustable shelf. Behind the two pairs of glass doors are three adjustable shelves. Front, side, and upper edges have a nice rounded edges for a unique look. The home these hail from was extensively redesigned in 1922 by the same architects that did the Seattle Asian Art Museum, also on Cap Hill, for the owner Sherman Grammer (yeah, the Senator). In 1968 the house was featured as the Seattle Symphony Designer Show House. Width measurement is taken from outer corner to outer corner across the triangle. As it is currently cut, the fir back board is about 61" in height. We have exactly two of these- see item #514823 for a matching piece.

Item: 514821S

Location: Seattle

Rack: See Staff for Assistance

Quantity: 1

Width: 82 in.
Height: 59.375 in.
Depth: 14.125 in.

Time in Stock: Less than 1 day

Condition: Good

Doors: 8+

Box Material: Solid Wood

Finish: Painted

Face Material: Fir

Attributes: Glass Doors

Job Number: 417J4910

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