Low Cabinet by British Modernist Architect Patrick Gwynne (1913-2003)
- Low cabinet on iron base with piano hinge by Patrick Gwynne. (Alban) Patrick Gwynne (1913 – 2003) was a British modernist architect with Welsh roots, best known for designing and building The Homewood, which he left to the National Trust in 2003. The Homewood was the first major project of British modernist architect Patrick Gwynne, built for his family on their estate in Esher, Surrey, England. Completed in 1938, it is a lesson in timeless sophistication.
We were told this cabinet was executed for a London home and a square table with a similar base is pictured in Homewood. Measures 50" Wide, 21" Deep and 18.5" High. The back portion has been replaced with walnut. We had the cabinet professionally refinished including removing the black paint from all of the existing brass.
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- Wood, brass, steel
- Dimensions (WxDxH):
- 50" W x 21" D x 18.5" H
- Excellent with age appropriate patina
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