Looking for a unique and stylish storage solution? Our Art Deco green-painted steel dead cabinet from C H Whittingham Birmingham is perfect. Crafted in England in 1920.
The highlight of this reclaimed cabinet is the original distressed green painted finish, with hand painted maker's mark on the front door and a gold line frame giving added elegance to this simple industry cabinet.
Constructed from sturdy steel, this cabinet boasts a solid base and six removable inner shelves, each with an original rusted finish that has been carefully preserved and coated with a matte lacquer to protect it from further wear and tear.
There is no lock present.
Whether you want to add a touch of Industrial flair to your home, office, or workspace, this functional and stylish cabinet is the perfect choice.
The cabinet provides ample storage space and will make a statement wherever it is placed.
ABOUT THE STYLE
INDUSTRIAL ART DECO
Industrial Art Deco is a design style that combines elements of the Art Deco style with industrial design. It emerged during the 1920s and 1930s, when the machine age was in full swing, and is characterized by its focus on function and the use of modern, industrial materials. The style often features sleek, streamlined shapes, angular lines, and bold, geometric patterns, as well as materials such as steel, concrete, and glass. The combination of Art Deco's luxury and glamour with industrial design's functionality and practicality creates a unique and distinctive aesthetic. Industrial Art Deco was a popular style for buildings, furniture, and home decor during the interwar period, and has since become a popular choice for those looking to create a vintage, industrial-inspired look in their homes or commercial spaces.
Material / Colour
Steel / Green / Gold / Red
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Our original items are reclaimed from industrial settings between the early 1900’s up to the 1970’s and due to the nature of their original life most of our product have received wear and tear which as a result have created the wonderful individual character of our pieces. The pictures of our products are potentially sample pieces from a run or batch of products and we have tried our upmost to offer a true reflection of the product you will receive. However due to the nature and age of the products there will be variations between individual pieces, if you require more information on the condition of specific pieces please get in touch via our contact page.