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Cotswold School Cupboard
The Cupboard: An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School oak cupboard after Peter Waals, made by handicraft students under the direction of Edward Barnsley during the late 1930s. This piece is unusual for such pieces being constructed in well figured quarter sawn oak and was probably made for the college office or library. There is a clear influence from Peter Waals evident, whose designs were used by students, with the handles, raised panels, through tenons and dovetailed joints. The whole cupboard sits on hidden castors which can be removed if preferred. The back is fibreboard. The cupboard is divided into 2 sections by a central divider and each section has two adjustable shelves (4 in total) which are not shown in the images - updated images will follow shortly.

Condition: Offered in very good original condition. The finish has been cleaned back and revived.

Dimensions: Width 36.25", Depth 15" & Height 47.25"
Viewing at our warehouse by appointment only.

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