Category Archives: Museum Cabinet
22 January 2015
We’re delighted to receive pictures of the “Captain Cook Cabinet” that we salvaged in the summer (2014) at The Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, now installed at its new home in Berlin. The mahogany monster – it is 7metres long (23ft) – had sat for over a century in the prime spot on the first floor mezzanine at...
15 September 2014
1920s steel medical cabinet. By James Woolley Sons & Co. Ltd, Manchester. Comes with three glass internal shelves, a working door lock and key, and nickel plated fittings. Original paint. It’s rare to find these not stripped and burnished these days so we don’t expect this one to be with us long…. Dimensions: 164cm (64½“)...
2 June 2011
At LASSCO Three Pigeons we have just finished our mammoth clearance of the Bronze and Mahogany ship cabinets from the National Maritime Museum. Today we put three of these handsome cases into The Royal Academy in readiness for the launch party of The Summer Exhibition 2011 this evening (Thursday 2nd June 2011). With the respective...