Two-Door Cabinet by Dale Holub

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Two-door cabinet by craftsmen Dale Holub. Most likely used for stereo equipment, as there are holes (original to the piece) in the backs of the shelves, and through the back of the cabinet. This piece is noteworthy for the beautifully contoured hollow of the top and of the doors. Its dated 8413 (the 13th piece made in 1984). It has a 2 letter signature which is by Dale Holub. It measures 24" wide, 20" deep and 29.5" high. Dale Holub attended San Francisco State College during the early 1970s. He was inspired while studying under John Kassay, a master of Shaker furniture, and Arthur Espenet Carpenter.
was $2,300 - now $1,300
Wood, possibly cherry
Dimensions (WxDxH):
24" W x 20" D x 29.5" H
Excellent with age appropriate patina
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