This stereo cabinet was designed and custom-built in 1966 for a concert pianist's home, and influenced by the studio furniture of George Nakashima and Sam Maloof. It housed some serious audiophile components, and is well-designed to hold them, with multiple ventilation and electrical cord holes in the back panel.
This piece is made from solid cherry - no veneers here. It features a lift-top turntable space and record storage on the right, and adjustable shelving, with a pull-out shelf on the bottom, to the left. Included are the original design sketch, invoice, and cabinetmaker's card.
In very good vintage condition. As is often the case with solid wood furniture, the door slabs are affected by air temperature and moisture, and sometimes do not close cleanly. This could certainly be remedied by a light sanding if desired. Otherwise there is only mild, age-appropriate wear.
44.75" w x 19.875" d x 34.75" h