A measured reproduction of a 1903 original by the Harris Lebus company of London. I made this piece for a book on English Arts & Crafts furniture; it was also the cover feature of Popular Woodworking Magazine (November 2017).
Solid quartersawn white oak throughout (apart from cabinet back and mirror backing, which are plywood). Handcut dovetails, ring-turned feet, traditionally mortised butt hinges. Drawers run on wooden runners with kickers. Door and drawer pulls were made for the piece by Adam Nahas; art glass flanking the mirror is by Anne Ryan Miller. (Please note: The lights behind the glass are not included.)
Finished with shellac and wax.
64-3/4″ wide overall (54″ wide @ counter of base) x 22-5/8″ deep (including counter overhangs at back and front) x 66″ high overall (36-1/2″ high to top of counter)
Photo: Al Parrish, Popular Woodworking