These antique oak filing cabinets, originally designed by AWN Pugin for the rebuilding of the Palace in the 1840s, are a must-have authentic piece of furniture, representing British parliamentary history and development.
Each cabinet has 2 drawers over 2 drawers, mounted on steel pull-out rails with two filing rails mounted on the mahogany drawer box. The oak veneered panels are mounted in solid oak frames, and the front corner stiles are chamfered in the Victorian Perpendicular Gothic Revival style.
Please note, the original over-countertops were discarded during removal, and the internal metal rails are screwed to the timber using Phillips screws developed in 1936.
These historic cabinets are attractive and ideal for home, study, or office layouts or as stand-alone cabinets when fitted with a solid oak top.
Shipping for these cabinets is collected in person, or we can arrange shipment if required via pallet freight. Shipping is quoted as UK zone 1, and anything outside of zone 1 will incur an additional cost. Please contact us for a quote.
|Condition||Some small chips and dings, otherwise in very good order and appearance.|
|Style||Vertical Gothic Revival|
|Age||Unknown, at least 70 years old|
|Size||Height; 28in (71cm)
Length: 36in (91.5cm)
Depth: 20in (51cm)