During the first half of the 20th century most homes had humidors in their living rooms. A homemaker usually placed one next to her husband’s favorite chair, and smokers stored their tobacco and smoking accessories in the copper lined cabinet. The copper lining helped keep the tobacco fresh.
This particular cabinet is likely from the 1920’s. It originally had a black marble top (you can see it in the last picture), but has since been removed. It is otherwise in excellent condition. A little clean up and some furniture polish further brought out its beauty. Nothing else needed for this unique item!
Collect things you love, that are authentic to you, and your house becomes your story.
~ Erin Flett