ITALIAN RENAISSANCE - gramophone cabinet makeover




This is a unique piece compared to today's style of furniture, and I'm sure most didn't see potential in it the way it was found at the auction. It did have a makers mark though so we could do some research on it.



It turned out to be a McLagan cabinet probably pre 1920's
in an Italian Renaissance style. Originally a phonograph
 cabinet made in Stratford, Ontario Canada.
It had been altered or gutted before I got it.


The doors swing completely around to sit flush on the sides.
It had a copper pipe cut to fit inside the upper part of the
 cabinet, I've assumed maybe for hang baby clothes.


Gorgeous little drop pulls


I sprayed it an off white and used a
custom blue for the intricate trim.

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Below you can see a pull out surface in the front.
Maybe it could be used to fold towels,
before storing them away inside.






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