Ornate Vintage Temple Cabinet - CABS30478


£160.00 £185.00

0 reviews
Average rating 0 / 5
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

This is a rare example of a lovely vintage ornate teak Indian temple wall cabinet featuring excellent wood ornamentation and geometric patterning. The upper crown features a geometric repeating pattern.

This piece was once an Indian 'temple' used for status and making spiritual offerings.

With a hinging door and lower drawer this cabinet is flexible enough for lounge, bathroom, kitchen and bedroom usage…for storage and display combo. Its classic proportions and layout make this cabinet ideal as a fashionable retro or vintage icon piece.

Ornate vintage display cabinet size: W38cm x D23cm x H61cm.

Delivery is usually in seven working days.

Due its size and weight we are unable to accept orders for the cabinet from outside the UK.

Note: Our old, vintage, retro and antique wooden cabinets and cupboards are not new or made to look old. They may have small marks and scratches on them, which are consistent with their age and original use. We feel these add to their character and appeal. Please look at the photos to get an idea of their condition.

For more information see our ethical policy for wooden furniture and wooden accessories.

UK EU Europe
£20.00 £65.00 £65.00

Furniture delivery (UK only):

Orders for furniture & some of our larger home accents ranges are usually despatched in five working days. Deliveries can take up to two working days to arrive once despatched.
Couriers require a signature on delivery of your order and where a signature is not provided the courier will hold the package and a card detailing how to arrange re-delivery will be left.
We can only deliver on weekdays, should you require delivery on Saturday please contact us for a price.
Larger items or fragile or pieces of furniture weighing over 30kg may take up to seven working days to despatch and a further five working days to be delivered.

For more information visit our Delivery Page under Customer Services