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Gillespie high glass cabinet

Product Code   210112617


A contemporary exercise in precision woodworking, the Gillespie cabinet designed by Samuel Chan for Joined & Jointed will lend an austere silhouette to the modern study. Structured with a rounded walnut wood frame, this one stands tall on four smart trumpet feet to set the stage for your most treasured tomes within its glass windows.

US$5,030

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A contemporary exercise in precision woodworking, the Gillespie cabinet designed by Samuel Chan for Joined & Jointed will lend an austere silhouette to the modern study. Structured with a rounded walnut wood frame, this one stands tall on four smart trumpet feet to set the stage for your most treasured tomes within its glass windows.
  • Designed by Samuel Chan
  • Rounded walnut wood frame
  • Five rows
  • Top, front and side clear glass windows
  • Two hinged doors
  • Four height-adjustable glass shelves
  • Four trumpet legs
  • Made in UK
  • Additional delivery cost might apply, subject to the destination including but not limited to walk-up buildings
  • Furniture is not eligible for same day or next day delivery
  • Length 75cm / Depth 40cm / Height 180cm
  • Clean with a slightly damp cloth
  • Dry immediately

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