Antique Indian teak wood glass fronted cabinet dating from c1930-40, and found in many homes throughout India in the last century. With three useful shelves, these sturdy and versatile cabinets can either be freestanding or placed on a wall. Today they are most often used as medicine or spice cabinets – as was their original purpose, or often to house collectables and trinkets. With lovely patination and colour, with orinial paint remnants to be found. As with all antiques, there may be minor repairs, wear and tear as you would expect. Please review the photos as these form part of the description. Dimensions: Length 32cm x Depth 17cm x Height 68cm.