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This stunning cabinet comes from Chris Turner's 'Signature' range; a collection made using solid walnut and oak, decorated with maple, wenge, walnut, oak and multi-coloured veneers. The veneer work is crafted using traditional parquetry techniques, and then applied using a vacuum press. Each piece made within this range is completely unique due to the random and hand cut nature of the parquetry design.

Revolver's initial function was as a vinyl storage unit, but, by the nature of its design, lends itself perfectly to alternate storage and display usage. Each shelving cube revolves independently of the other.

Size: width 380mm x height 1700mm

Materials: Rippled Sycamore, Oak, Wenge, Walnut

Please note: the price shown here is for the full four block unit.

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Revolver - Storage Unit BY Chris Turner

A Contemporary Handmade Storage Unit

Sold Individually

Embellished with Mixed Wood Veneers

Securely Packaged and Dispatched with Fully Insured Free Delivery
£3,400.00

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