This magnificent multi-drawer cabinet is a handsome beast. Touches of detail in the reeded pilasters carved cornice nicely accent the piece’s brass bin pulls and fine oak graining. Manufactured by the Schlicht & Field Company, this piece is part of their “Labor Saving Office Furniture Corporation” subdivision, which focused on – you guessed it – office furniture. This cabinet no doubt adhered to the company’s “Shannon Method” of paper filing (fascinating stuff) and it looked good while doing it. Circa 1890’s.