Pair of Otis Elevator Company Cabinets C1930 Item # F1326
The name Otis is, rightly, legendary in the annals of elevator history. Riding in an elevator was a risky and potentially deadly activity before Elisha Otis patented the 'safety elevator' in 1852. This pair of olive-painted steel case cabinets comes to us from the Otis Elevator Company itself, which used the matching cabinets for storage in their headquarters. These handy cabinets are outfitted with interior shelves for ample storage, and almost four feet tall, making them unique bedside tables for a tall bedstead. Indeed, they would be interesting storage for any room in your home.
Sold as a set of two.
Condition notes: Good vintage condition. A few dents and scratches in the metal show the age of the pieces.
- Historical Style: Industrial
- Condition notes: Good vintage condition. A few dents and scratches in the metal show the age of the pieces.
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