Vintage Teak Veneer Bifold Door Record Cabinet
This is a stylish, 1960’s record cabinet, made of teak on beech legs, with bifold doors that fold out to reveal a partitioned vinyl storage cupboard. This is a great-looking, quirky piece that’s solidly constructed and built to last. Obviously, its original destiny was to house a prized record collection but of course, it’s a useful, small cabinet that can store all manner of things. A really handsome, vintage piece with considerable retro charm.
This is an original, vintage piece that is ‘sold as seen’. It is in good, used condition. It has been cleaned and polished. It’s solidly made and sturdy, and we can see no signs of repair. The bifold doors open with ease and all hinges / jointed are in order. The interior wood including the record dividers are clean and in good order. There are some minor scuffs and marks to the exterior wood as you might expect with a vintage piece. There is a chunk of veneer missing from the back edge but its position means it’s not really visible – see our photo. Also where the two doors meet in the middle, clicking onto magnetic closures, you can see a very slight gap. This isn’t because the door hinges are loose, it’s simply dropped a little through use. We’ve shown this in a photo and again, it’s not hugely noticeable. It doesn’t affect the functionality or look of the piece in any way. The original ‘Record Housing’ sticker is on the inside door. Please refer to our photos for an accurate sense of the good condition of this unusual piece.
H: 61.5cm / W: 92cm/ D: 39cm