Art deco era storage cabinet by Otto Schulz for Boet it Gothenburg, Sweden circa 1930. Crafted in golden elm wood. The four nail head friezes on the doors are Schulz’ trademark and represent the coats of arms of the Swedish states of Blekinge, Småland, Skåne and Halland. The cabinet is in great original condition with all original shelves and locks and keys. There is cream colored animal hide fronting the six doors. There is some discoloration on the hide one of the doors.
This cabinet can hold a LOT of stuff. There are 6 shelves which are removable and adjustable in front of cabinet. There are six pull out drawers on the interior.
There are also triangular storage compartment on either size of the piece with many shelves. There is no instability in the cabinet-it is ready to give you a lifetime of good use.
Otto Schulz was a German born Swedish interior and furniture designer active in Gothenburg 1920s-1940s. He was the founder and publisher of BOET which was the most influential Swedish interiors magazine of his time. This cabinet which is part of a suite was more than likely a one off commission done by Schulz rather than a BOET production piece.