This vintage corner cabinet was produced by G-Plan in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It is in very good original condition that was enhanced by a light but detailed refurbishment and application of teak and danish oil to protect the wood and bring out its color and grain. It was made of high-quality exotic timbers, mostly Burmese teak. The cuts were carefully chosen to accentuate the wood figuring and grain. It has no internal shelves and it is of a petite size. It stands on three sturdy handmade steel hairpin legs and remains fully functional with only minor signs of use and wear.
The sides of the cabinet are 46 cm long and they meet at 90 degrees ( corner) – the diagonal is 65 cm long which is the widest point of the cabinet.
The max depth from the corner to the edge of the arc is the same as the sides 46cm –so the length of the arc = (46*3.14)/4 in cm.
The height of the cabinet without the legs is 43cm and the legs are 30 cm making the height 73cm.
The interior is just an open space finished in teak the dimensions are identical but minus app 3.5cm and 18mm is the thickness of the material.