A magnificent maple radio cabinet made for a Philips radiogram, but without the radio. The turntable is still in the cabinet.
We have seen many radio cabinets, and they are generally made to shopfitting standards rather than top cabinetmaking standards, and this one is by far the exception. It is a great piece of woodwork and can work well as a sideboard, a linen cabinet, a television stand, or a drinks cabinet. It has tapered legs and shiny brass handles.
It has three cupboards at the top with drop down doors. The middle one still has the gramophone player in it (it is not working, although it has the original booklet), and the two on the side have sliding shelves inside. The bottom has two cupboards – the one on the left has two drawers and some shelves, and the one on the right is just an open space.
Condition: Very good. Very slight wear, not restored.