Period Gun Cabinet


A country house gun cabinet, in solid hard wood in 2 sections.

The top half, a large glazed section with original green baize, with shaped cut outs for the butt of the guns to rest, and wooden hinged barrel keeps to keep the guns in place.

The cupboard has space for 8 guns.

The top half is in working lockable condition with key present.

The bottom section comprises of 4 drawers, all with original brass handles and a shelved cupboard section under. (Again lockable using the same key).

All drawers have dovetailed joints and run smoothly.

This cupboard does not meet the current gun regulations for storing modern firearms, but is suitable for the display of antique firearms or walking sticks etc.

Origin: English

Period: c1900s


Height: 229cm

Width: 163cm

Depth: 42cm