Dillon Cabinet


 
  • F92KW-027
  • Dillon Cabinet
  • Kelly Wearstler
  • Clear Mirror Back Panel with 3/8" Star Fire Glass Shelves and Shelf Pins.
  • Ebonized Walnut Top with Burnished Brass Base Finish
  • 48'' L x 18'' D x 78'' H
  • MSRP:$ 16,185
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  • Drawing upon Kelly's signature motif of repetition and geometry, the Dillon collection features ebonized walnut or parchment with perforated holes sleeved in burnished bronze. Architectural and sophisticated, these special pieces carry a striking yet simple, transitional voice. Inspired by Kelly's love of architectural silhouettes and hand-wrought, signature detailing, the Dillon Cabinet is composed of ebonized walnut complimented by a brass burnished bronze finished base. The square bar stock door fronts feature Kelly's signature perforated motif in burnished bronze casings. The dramatic interior reveals an antiqued mirror back with moveable clear glass shelving for china.
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