A lovely mid-century room divider made in the 1970s which also doubles up as a bookcase with two clear glass sliding doors. The unit is made of faux teak veneer and has solid wood handles and legs. This cabinet would look great in a kitchen dinner or living room and can also be used to divide a room as the back is also veneered in faux teak.
This display unit was originally made by Schreiber and has a faux teak wood effect. It consists of several shelves and compartments with two small glass sliding doors at the top. There is a single sliding teak faux veneered door at the bottom which also has a compartment for storing items and can fit vinyl records. The unit has been stained and polished by us in our workshop and is in good vintage condition with some small minor scratches which are very faint. .
Please note price is for a single bookcase we do have a matching one if you want to purchase the pair.
Height: 171 cm Width: 107 cm Depth: 36 cm
As this is vintage there are signs of 'wear & tear', we try to show any blemishes in our photos. We restore all pieces ourselves and feel blemishes do not detract from the beauty of the piece and shows its history.
UK Mainland £45 (inc. VAT).
Note there is an additional surcharge for delivery to Northern Ireland, Eire and European countries outside of the UK (please contact us for a quote to these areas).
Items are delivered to ground floor door only - our courier will require assistance to deliver from the van to the property. If you require a two man white glove services or have stairs / levels where goods need to be delivered then please contact us for a quote.
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