Acme Furniture Brancaster Wine Cabinet in Antique Ebony Top Grain Leather & Aluminum 97802
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This Brancaster wine cabinet has a steamer trunk design that’s as functional as it is handsome. The aluminum exterior is punctuated with top grain leather trim, with nailhead accents at the corners and edges. Pull the soft, sturdy leather handles to reveal two storage doors and a spacious interior with multiple storage compartments for bottles, barware, and accessories. Locking casters makes it easy to open and close the cabinet while keeping delicate items safe.
- Storage: 2 Drawers, 2 Storage Compartment & 5 Storage Space on Doors
- Trunk Style
- Patchwork Aluminum Case with Top Grain Trim & Handles
- Drawer: GLIDE) Undermount Side Metal, INSIDE) Fully Lined
- 18 Bottles Wine Rack
- 28""L x 20""W x 37""H
- Weight: 106 lbs
- Materials: Aluminum, Wood, Top Grain Leather, Composite Wood
- Materials (Type of Wood): Top Grain Leather, Aluminum, Ply
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