A stylish and useful four bay teak multi purpose shelving system by English makers Brianco, with five black steel ladder uprights. This system is very similar to examples by Nisse Strinning, who designed the award winning Swedish ‘String’ shelving concept.
This particular example is unusual in that it has four bays rather than the usual two or three, and as such fills a wall nicely and offers generous amounts of storage and display space, including seven shelves (plus two spares lacking clips), a glass fronted cabinet with sliding doors, two cabinets - each with an interior shelf and a fall fronted door, and a record cabinet - with an internal rack.
The clever design allows everything to be placed where you like, although the deeper components need to be in the bottom half, as the ladder supports taper half way up.
Everything has been subject to a sympathetic clean and polish, and the system is ready to be used and enjoyed.
Components and measurements:
280 cm wide x 47 cm deep (the depth of the deepest shelf) x 180 cm high (not including anything sticking out the top of the metal supports, such as the glass fronted cabinet in the photos)
Two 61 x 23 cm
Three 61 x 30.5 cm
Two 61 x 15 cm
One 76.5 x 45.5 cm
One 76.5 x 23 cm
Smaller fall front cabinet: 61 cm wide x 42 cm high x 35.5 cm deep
Larger fall front cabinet: 76 cm wide x 42 cm high x 35.5 cm deep
Record cabinet: 76 cm wide x 42 cm high x 35.5 cm deep
Glass fronted cabinet: 76 cm wide x 57 cm high x 23 cm deep
Generally in good condition, but not perfect. Various small defects including the odd corner and edge chip to the veneer. Some of the cupboards are more sun faded than others. 8 clips missing - these could quite easily be made. Ready to be used and enjoyed.
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