Huntley Cabinet


 
  • F92KW-087
  • Huntley Cabinet
  • Kelly Wearstler
  • Steel, Mirror, Brass, Parchment
  • Blackened Steel Body Burnished Brass Pulls
  • 49.5'' L x 18'' D x 59.3125'' H
  • MSRP:$ 67,485
    • Steel, Mirror, Brass, Parchment
    • Burnished Black Panels, Blackened Brass Grommets
    • & Adjustable Pins
    • White Parchment Panels
    • 1/8" Textured Mirror Panels - Champagne on Seeded
    • Glass Antique Mirror
    • Natural Walnut Interior - Cathedral Cut
    • Hand-Shaped, Burnished Brass Pulls L1" x Dia. 1/2"
$67,485.00
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  • The Huntley Cabinet is composed of a blackened stainless steel cabinet body and four doors revealing moveable interior shelving of solid walnut. The tri-level pyramid shape features walnut drawers of beautiful craftsmanship with no after mark hardware. Drawer and door fronts alternate between white parchment, clear and champagne colored seeded mirrored glass adorned with pulls are of hand-sculpted, cast burnished bronze patina bronze.
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F92KW-087 – Huntley Cabinet
 
Huntley Cabinet

 

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