This Art Deco cabinet was produced in Cantù, a small village famous for wood crafting in the north of Italy in the 1940s by Serafino Arrighi and designed by Paolo Buffa.
It is completely made of ribbed mahogany, while the details, such as keyholes, tips and keys are made of brass.
The wide interiors are in mahogany too and feature shelves.
On the inside of one door there is an engraved label that certifies its origin.
It has been completely restored.
Measurements: 132 cm x 48 cm h 148 cm