The Spanish Cabinet referes to a middle age item of furniture that
could be found in every room. It consisted of a cabinet on a stand.
Sometimes it might be all drawers, or a combination of doors and
drawers. My interpretation is a sculpted cabinet on a stand with
ten drawers and three doors, of which the center door locks.
This piece is Curly Maple and Wenge and is 84" x 48" x 24"
The detail picture above to the right shows the sculpting
and hand cut dovetailed drawers.
Below is another Spanish Cabinet with three visible drawers, and two drawers
behind the cabinet doors attached to adjustable shelves.
A tall case of drawers
made of birdseye
maple and wenge.
It stands at seven feet,
and is 36" x 34"
at the base.
This piece is finished
on all four sides.
Padauk as the
red detail wood.
|Another tall case of cherry and wenge with carved panels and drawers of ambrosia...|
To the left is a sculpted cabinet
of Curly Maple and Wenge. The
carved side panels have a spalting
caused by maple syrup spiles. The
two upper doors are lockable, and
behind them is a half shelf. There
are four substantial drawers.
The piece is 70" x 38" x 24"
Below is carved bar out of Cherry and Birdseye Maple, with a stone top.
64" Tall, 32" Wide
Carved Bar Open
Carved Bar Closed
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