French industrial cabinet


+44 (0)1254 389559

+44 (0)7866 370030


  • £1,560.00
  • €1,879 Euro
  • $2,034 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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French industrial cabinet

An early 20th Century French steel industrial cabinet (possibly by or similar to those made by Strafor) c1930 with 21 hopper doors each with nickel plated brass knobs and card holders. Previously stripped of paint, now rubbed up (no rust) and waxed. A very useful piece of office / storage furniture with large cubby holes. All rivetted construction with no welds and in excellent condition with all doors working.

Dimensions in inches/cms;
67.75"/102.5cms tall.
49"/125cm wide.
12"/30.5cm deep.
Please note that each cubby hole is quite spacious due to their only being 21 openings (quite often there would be a lot more drawers or openings in an office cabinet of this size). The internal useable size of each opening is as follows (the middle column of openings have slightly less internal width);
Left and Right Column openings useable internal space; 16.75"/42.5cm wide x 8.75"/22cm height x 11"/28cm deep.
Middle column openings useable internal space; 15.5"/39.5cm wide x 8.75"/22cm height x 11"/28cm deep.


  • H: 102.5cm (40.35in)
  • W: 125cm (49.21in)
  • D: 30.5cm (12.01in)



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Telephone: +44 (0)1254 389559

Mobile: +44 (0)7866 370030


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BB12, UK
United Kingdom


Edward Haes has been dealing in architectural elements and antiques for the past 20 years, initially sourcing most of his stock from disused public buildings and demolition sites.  Some of his architectural pieces can be found on The Hoarde.

He enjoyed the social history of these places and wishes all his later purchases could have the same perfect provenance.

He continues to buy a diverse range of antiques, with a speciality in lighting, mainly from the UK and sells to dealers, commercial and private clients. He is happy to “tune in” to customers projects and help advise on selecting  the correct pieces.

Viewings are welcome by appointment only.

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