This piece was lovingly restored, it was painted (not original). Beautiful quarter sawn oak through out, with a hand rubbed oil finish. The top glass front cabinet has orginal glass, and the shelves are adjustable. Interior lighting has been added to the cabinet to showcase items.... it also can be removed, the fixture is discreet. The base is sold and offers storage for items that are more unsightly. Origin in Ontario, Guelph region, circa 1880. This cabinet makes a perfect book case or a kitchen cabinet.
Completely intact, with all origional hand truned acorn knobs. This stunner is made of solid first growth walnut, circa 1870, Ontario. All drawers open and close beautifully. This piece has stayed within the family for its entire life. It has been lovingly cared for. Measures 46" wide, 19 1/2" deep, and 43" high.
Made in Ontario, circa 1860, original glass panes. The drawers have been rebuilt, original knobs in place. This corner cabinet has a flat bach which allows it to be displayed flat on a wall or use in a corner. The cabinet was professionally refinished about 20 years ago, still maintains original patina and character. Measures 60" across, 22" deep, and 85 " high. comes apart in 2 sections for easy moving.
A rare and great example of Canadiana. The pine kitchen cabinet was the orginal work horse in the 1870's kitchen, housing dishes and dry goods, complete with a flour bin... which would be perfect for dry dog food. The Compact size makes it perfect for a kitchen or bathroom. Comes apart in two sections for easy moving.
Surroundings offers a curated collection of early Canadiana, English antiques, organic upholstered sofas and chairs, architectural details, vintage lighting, mixed with the latest in modern home decor accessories.