Sleek lines that will fit any decor, particularly modern, or mid-century modern, this is an antique to vintage French crafted cigar chest I'd date c.1900-1920s, give or take a decade. Typical of the French, the wood is just magnificent. Heavy quarter-round brass trims out outer perimeter of lid and base, and wide brass stringing accents front and top. There are 3 well-preserved slotted wood trays within which will offer up 30 cigars to friends, associates. This is not a humidor. There is no humidifying apparatus. Entirely in wood, please don't try to install one as it will warp the old wood. Nice large one, the full measurements will be found on photos.
Very good to excellent condition, a single hairline crack to left center of top of lid (marked with x) is about the only flaw to point out. It has 3 nicely preserved sliding trays. When all the way in, they don't seem quite lined up right. Might just be me and a bit of a rush. I wonder if it might have once had a harrow drawer at bottom, and it's been adjusted. Not sure if that's the case. The working lock has original key. Nice hardware.