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Victorian Bedside Table Cabinet ?75


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Painted bedside cabinet (Earthborn Eco paint).


I think it is a Victorian chamber-pot cupboard.


Queen Anne-style legs with pad feet and attractive curvy detailing.


It is in good condition but the top is a bit rough in patches as seen in the photo. Also, you can see a join on the top. It is painted inside - but not on the top of the inside, although you would never see that bit.


It is solid, heavy and of a substantial size - larger than most bedside tables - so plenty of space for lamp, water, phone etc..

Height 77cm

Width 43.5cm

Depth 41cm


It is solid wood throughout.


I've had this for 15 years and am very attached it, especially as I have not seen any like it. But I am moving and cannot take it with me. Hopefully I can find it a new loving home.


Collect from London SE22 9ES

East Dulwich

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