Certain architectural accomplishments speak to an idealism and craft obvious to the eye but somehow beyond words. Thomas Pheasant pushes the limits of his own resources to prove that the hand can master and even evolve all the mind can imagine.
The recessed, molded, and mitered squares of the Bevel Tall Cabinet-with the edge of the molding fit accurately enough to complete the arc-are that kind of achievement. Reminiscent of an apothecary cabinet, this is a signature item. Each square has a square pull for definition. To enhance the effect, very refined bronze legs are flared and inset. This version is equipped as a dry bar-with two long doors, a lined drawer, a mirrored back, and a brass gallery.
30.5″ W x 20.5″ D x 60.25″ H