Hamlyn File Cabinet

SKU:
H527-12
Price:
B$ 720.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +
Made of cherry veneer, wood and engineered wood

Hand-finished

Rich medium brown finish

Dramatic inlay veneer design

Antique bronze-tone metal hardware enhances this cabinet’s traditional appeal

File cabinet holds standard and legal-sized folders

Single-drawer storage keeps your office essentials organized and within reach

Smooth-gliding casters make this file cabinet that much more accommodating

When you mix stately, traditional style with a European flair, you’ve got something special. Case in point: the Hamlyn single-drawer file cabinet. Because not everything is digital these days, this handsome file cabinet accommodates letter and legal-sized folders for your convenience. Quality crafted for years of enjoyment, this file cabinet with rich cherry veneer and antique bronze-tone hardware has a timeless look sure to please as trends come and go.

Weight and Dimensions +
Weight : 53.0 lb
Dimension : 18"W x 22"D x 24"H
Specifications +
Vendor Modal Number :H527-12
Assembly Required : No Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052063837
Lifestyle : New Traditions
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 7.67 ft3

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