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The following list of cabinets are no longer available and have been sold to collectors and antique enthuasiasts.


CD 002 | 'The Bombay'  1950's Teakwood Cabinet

  • Details: 1950’s sea-green with beautiful old patina.  Clean vertical lines in four raised mihrab panels. Two drawers at the bottom.  An elegant piece for any room.
  • Provenance: Acquired from an estate sale.  Bombay (Mumbai), State of Maharashtra, West India
  • Dimensions: 35" x 12" x 58"
  • SOLD
CD 003 | 'Kerala Mint'  1930's Painted Teakwood Cabinet
  • Details: Newer mirrors on top two panels.  Original antique ceramic tiles.  A typical South Indian bedroom wardrobe.  Original burgundy paint showing through mint green.  Two drawers at the bottom.
  • Provenance: Estate Sale item from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), State of Kerala, South India
  • Dimensions: 39" x 16" x 60"
  • SOLD

CD 009 | 'The Kathiawar'  1940's Teakwood Cabinet with Gujarati sun-brand motifs.

  • Details: Bluish-green in colour with great patina.  Two bottom drawers also depict sun-brands. An attractive and practical piece.
  • Provenance: Private home sale, historic city of  Junagadh, Kathiawar Province, State of Gujarat, India
  • Dimensions: 36.5" x 12" x 53"
  • SOLD 

CD 010 | ‘British Calcutta’  1920's Teakwood Tall Cabinet

  • Details: Comes with original antique inlaid British tiles.  Natural dark wood finish.  Newer mirrors mounted on both door panels at an asymmetrical design - very high fashion at the time in British Calcutta.
  • Provenance: Acquired from an estate sale: Kolkota (Calcutta), State of Bengal - East India
  • Dimensions: 36.5" x 16" x 72"
  • SOLD
CD 014 | ‘The Jewish Cabinet’  1930's Teak Semi-tall “Stacker” Cabinetwith a tall regal peak.  
  • Details: Original antique ceramic tiles on top of cabinet.  The top half of the cabinet is a separate unit and is placed upon the bottom half.  The top half of the cabinet houses a shelf separating two compartments along with small hidden compartment used for storing valuables. The bottom half the cabinet has two drawers and a shelf separating two compartments.  The most interesting feature of the cabinet is its provenance:  Jew Town, Fort Cochin in the State of Kerala.  The Cochini Jews were persecuted jews who came to Kerala at different periods from different countries namely Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Spain and Germany.  They came to Cochin and requested shelter and the King of Cochin invited them in his kingdom and so was established the Jewish community in South India. The area where jews lived and did business is to this day called ‘Jew Town.’
  • Provenance: This particular cabinet was acquired from a Jewish family who have had this piece for many years.  The lower half of the cabinet features beautiful wood inlay Stars of David.  A very rare and interesting find! Jew Town, Fort Cochin, State of Kerala, South India.
  • SOLD

CD 017 | ‘The Jaipur Damchiya’ 1930's Teakwood ‘bridal chest’ Damchiya on fully functional wooden wheels.

  • Details: This mid-sized damchiya is an excellent example of Rajasthani furniture workmanship.  The chest features 18 carved panels on its frontpiece depicting elephants, flowers, birds and geometrical design patterns.  Four horseheads on each front corner of the chest gives it its tribal feel.  One of the most interesting feature of this damchiya is its hidden compartment used for storing valuables.  There is also a drawer present in the top right hand portion of the chest.   A large chest such as this one would traditionally be used for storing dowry items for the bride and then storing valuables thereafter.
  • Provenance: Estate Sale: Jaipur, Rajasthan, West India
  • Dimensions: 46" x 24" x 41"
  • SOLD

CD 019 | ‘The Tribal Deco’  1940's Mangowood tribal Damchiya

  • Details: Damchiya has some faux Art Deco style influences. Rustic green finish with hints of warm browns.  The damchiya is on the smaller size in terms of depth, but stands high on four tall clean-lined legs.  There are two distinctive head posts on each top front side of the chest.  The frontpiece is adorned with hand-pounded golden metal medallions very typical of Rajasthani nomadic folk art.  This tall chest has three panel openings leading to one large compartment within.  At the bottom there are three small drawers.   An interesting and practical piece of nomadic art from the desert.
  • Provenance: Private collection sale: South Rajasthan, West India
  • Dimensions: 45.5" x 14.5" x 40" | Posts: 6.5"
  • SOLD

CD 020 | The Bangalore

  • Details: 1930’s mangowood tall cabinet with original South Indian pink and white tiles on top panel.  Two original beveled mirrors on top compartment of cabinet.  Light honey tones.
  • Provenance: Acquired from an estate sale.  Bangalore, State of Karnataka, South India
  • Dimensions: 36.5" (40.5” top crown) x 14" x 66.5" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD

CD 021 | Krishna Print Cabinet

  • Details: 1930’s mangowood tall dresser with original Lord Krishna Print on top right panel.  Newer clear glass on top left compartment of cabinet.  Three shelves within.
  • Provenance: Varanasi (Benaras), State of Uttar Pradesh, North India
  • Dimensions: 35" (39” top crown) x 15" x 63.5" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD

CD 023 | The Painted Ganesha

  • Details: Contemporary tall cabinet with exquisite painted Lord Ganesha and royal court dancers on front and side panels.  All pictures have delicate beadwork manually applied.  Beautiful rich vermilion red background.  Mangowood
  • Provenance: New Delhi, North India
  • Dimensions: 30” x 13" x 60" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD
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CD 024 | Baroda Window Cabinet

  • Details: Mangowood low cabinet with exquisite carved lift-up window on top panel. Salvaged domestic teak shutters (1920’s) in mid panel and a drawer on bottom panel.  Beautiful unique piece composed of salvaged architectural pieces.  Mint Green finish.
  • Provenance:  Baroda, State of Gujarat, West India
  • Dimensions: 18.5” x 14" x 53" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD
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CD 026 | The Hyderabadi Cabinet

  • Details: 1920’s teakwood dresser with original hardware and two original antique mirrors on front panel. Two drawers in the bottom panel.  Light brown with warm honey tones.
  • Provenance:  Hyderabad, State of Karnataka, South India
  • Dimensions: 31.5” x 14" x 57" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD

CD 028 | Red Karnataka Dresser

  • Details: 1960’s mangowood low dresser with beautiful South Indian painted floral motifs on top, side and front panels.  Two drawers on top portion of dresser.
  • Provenance:  Bangalore, State of Karnataka, South India
  • Dimensions: 36.5” x 14.5" x 35.5" (W x D x H)
  • SOLD
  • For an additional detail photo of this particular piece, please click here
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