Edward Wormley Tambour Front Cabinet (SOLD)

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Edward Wormley Tambour Front Cabinet (SOLD)

6,800.00

United States
circa 1950s

Tambour front cabinet with a teak top and facade, contrasting with walnut side panels and framing. Accents include brass pulls and sabots. The tambour slides open to reveal an open cabinet with an adjustable walnut shelf on the right side, and an adjustable opaque black glass shelf on the left side. Designed by Edward Wormley and produced by Dunbar Furniture, circa 1960. Retains its original paper shipping label, affixed to back.

Condition
Fine vintage condition to the case, with only minor wear consistent with age and use. Black glass shelf is new, as is the piece of melamine on the left side covering a rectangular hole in the back made to accommodate hi-fi equipment.

Measurements
Height: 29 in.
Width/Length: 48 in.
Depth: 20 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1

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