Edwardian Cocktail Cabinet with Ball & Claw Feet and Art Deco Detailing
Bring some Edwardian elegance into your home with this dramatic drinks cabinet, which is perfect for creating a period entertaining space with maximum impact.
The ball and claw feet detailing is just the start of the intricate particulars of this vintage drinks cabinet, which is finished with a beautiful burr walnut veneer. Manufactured around a century ago, at the start of the Edwardian era, when life for the rich and powerful was becoming much more relaxed, this drinks cabinet would be the centrepiece of the drawing room or take pride of place in the dining room. Now you can enjoy this Edwardian cocktail cabinet with ball & claw feet and art deco detailing for your entertaining space, with a stunning personalised commission crafted to your exact requirements.
Available to Source and Commission – This Edwardian cocktail cabinet with ball & claw feet with art deco detailing – Explore The Details:
Although this particular cocktail cabinet has found its new home, it boasts many stunning features which can be used as basis for a new commission:
- Refurbished inside and outside in a teal green
- Features green and copper curved wallpaper to compliment the overall shape
- Heavy brass curved handles with Art Deco inspired stencil
- Ball and claw feet
- Cantilevered mirrored top section with copper stencilling to the lid
- Overall dimensions: H124cm x W74cm xD28cm
Why choose an Edwardian cocktail cabinet with ball & claw feet with art deco detailing
Before the outbreak of the first world war, the Edwardian era was a time of parties, balls, and social calendars. Basically, having a jolly good time. And what better way to have a good time than to throw a pre-theatre cocktail party at home, with this gorgeous piece at the centre of the action?
Cocktails were becoming ever popular in the early 1900s, with Gin at the centre of many. A very fashionable tipple of the day was the “Aviator”, made with various vermouths, Dubbonet and, of course, Gin (a favourite of our late Queen Elizabeth II). For that reason and beautiful amber colour of the drink, we’ve nicknamed this cabinet “Aviator”.
This cabinet retains the original cocktail pins and lemon juice squeezer which are all in working order. The base of the cabinet has two doors which open from the centre, giving enough storage for around 70 bottles – perfect for even the grandest events in your home. The rise and fall top, with mirrored work surface, will make mixing, shaking, and stirring those cocktails an absolute breeze.
Ready to commission your Edwardian Cocktail Cabinet with Ball & Claw Feet and Art Deco Detailing?
I love to work with quality vintage furniture enthusiasts like you to create stylish designs that bring to life your vision for your room. To see some of the other drinks cabinets that I have available and my previous commissions then browse my designer drinks cabinets, or for more inspiration, check out my look book.
My design and commission process gives you more detail on how we can work together, what approach I take to create your dream furniture and all of the essential info that you need to start our journey together. Every single commission I undertake is personally managed by me with the upmost pride and respect for the original piece; with an end-to-end service that will have you bring your perfect Edwardian cocktail cabinet with ball & claw feet with art deco detailing home to enjoy forever.