This cabinet has sold but I have another identical one available. Made by Bisley, the cabinet is lockable and there are rail hangers for suspension file holders in each drawer. Polished steel finished in a satin acrylic clear lacquer. 47cm wide 62cm deep 71cm high


A high quality 1980s solid oak console table with single drawer and two lower shelves, 'floating top' design whereby there is a gap between the top of the leg and the underside on the top. The drawer features solid brass campaign style handles. 110cm wide 46cm deep 85cm high


An unusual tubular steel framed industrial trolley with pine plank shelves. The timber has been lightly sanded and sealed with a low sheen water based lacquer. The trolley retains its original cast metal rubber tyre wheels. 94cm high 78cm wide 46cm deep 48cm between shelves


A cream tubular steel frame medical trolley with nickel plated brass shelves, steel push handles, brass end caps and cast metal wheels with original rubber tyres. 82cm wide (inc handles) 46cm deep 88cm high 48cm between shelves


A rare and substantial early 19th C Huffer. These were used in large country house kitchens to keep plates and food warm. The bottom half of the back of the cabinet would have been open and with the huffer wheeled in front of a range or fire the heat would have warmed the interior. The remaining back of this example has been filled but the original tin top section remains in place. The cabinet is made from steam bent pine with tin panels. The top and bottom are pine with the interior of the bottom lined with tin. There are two strap iron interior shelves and the cabinet sits on cast iron wheels that move the cabinet backwards and forwards (the wheels weren't made to swivel). The left door has bolts top and bottom and both doors shut with metal clicker catches. 180cm wide 158cm high 53cm deep


A bucket style hat tin with an unusual scalloped cut out to the bottom, possibly a special order to fit in a particular place on a carriage. lightly polished bare metal with a clear lacquer finish. 33cm x 31cm x 27cm high


A weathered painted steel frame with four slatted timber shelves. The frame has adjustable feet. 114cm wide 27cm deep 149cm high 37.5cm internals between shelves


A superbly built oak kitchen cabinet of generous proportions. The top section has two internal shelves and leaded light glazed doors. The lower section features a pull out enamel worktop in good condition. A wide drawer is over the single door cupboard with four further drawers to the right hand side. The cupboard has a single shelf with a zinc covered floor. The cabinet retains all of its original handles and brass hinges. The top section can be easily removed for delivery and installation. 122cm wide 219cm high 57cm deep bottom section 25cm deep upper section 94cm high worktop


This freestanding cabinet would originally have been part of a larger modular 'compactum' wardrobe. A useful piece of storage furniture from a renowned maker. Each section retains its original black celluloid label, 'socks' 'collars', 'hats' etc. Features a pull out open drawer section and trouser hanging rack. Mahogany and meranti construction. 62cm wide 49cm deep 162cm high


A tall painted chest of drawers in mahogany. The chest has its original pine backboards. The drawers are graduating with brass handles and escutcheons. Please note that the handle and escutcheon on the bottom drawer are slightly different from the others. The cornice is 94.5cm x 50cm. The dimensions below are for the main body of the chest. 85.5cm wide 45.5cm deep 154cm high +44 (0) 1245 363 764
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