Uncommon and rare kitchen cabinet from the 1930s. It consists of a two-part buffet and a broom cupboard mounted on the right. In the lower part there are 3 drawers and a single and a double door. The top is coated with green linoleum, the edge is made of wood. Underneath is a bread compartment with a marble floor and ventilation holes in the back wall, to the right is a compartment with 10 glass containers, 6 large and 4 small, a broom cupboard is on the right side. The furniture has been restored and repainted in two colors (eggshell and pastel blue with a touch of mint). The upper part was also repainted inside, otherwise the interior was left as is. The handles were defective and replaced with neutral white porcelain knobs. The linoleum is original, it shows slight signs of age and wear. Because the original chrome bar was bent, it was replaced with a new one. The sliding glass doors are original and well preserved. There is a small chip on the bottom of a door, but it disappears in the guide rail and is not visible. There are a few light scratch marks. The glass containers are without damages, one was replaced, it has no groove pattern on the front.
|Dimensions||246 × 46 × 175 cm|
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