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French Key Everything Cabinet
$4,249.00
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COLOR frame, toffee; hardware, silver
DIMENSIONS 84.5"W x 22"D x 34.5"H
MADE OF frame, oak/MDF; hardware, brass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 23 - Jul 26
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
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A quick glimpse at the selection of Global Views’ offering tells it best: trays and tables influenced by myriad cultures, vases and vessels with sculptural forms, lamps and mirrors evoking bygone eras. These are uncommon, beautifully designed pieces with the power to enhance any interior they're in, creations of uniquely skilled artisans from all corners of the globe.
Why we love this

This cabinet is simply extraordinary. Its masterful craftsmanship is seen throughout the design, from the impressive carved details along the top to its rich finish celebrating the natural beauty of the wood. Gleaming brass door pulls complete the piece.

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