Cuban mahogany tool cabinet made by Arthur Sorrill of West Bromwich, England when he was only 19 years old. It's believed that the vertical-styled tool cabinet was built sometime around 1894. The carcass of the cabinet is made up of panels set into rails, as are the nicely proportioned doors. The handles, hinges and locks are made of brass. Much of the shelving has been taken up by dozens of wooden molding planes and bench planes by various makers.
Ribbon Mahogany Tool Cabinet By Arthur Sorrill circa 1894
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