Indigenous: 'native, originating from a particular place'.
Designed and handmade by Glen Napier - this cabinet represents every aspect of innovation, design, ergonomics, tool-making, craftsmanship, class, luxury and perfection. The Indigenous is of steel, yellow-wood and glass construction. This cabinet boasts three rounded edges, yellow-wood top corners and floating leg detail. One vertical curved door handle with bespoke customized ball and conical spring latch system. Customized aluminium patch fittings secure glass in the one inward opening door and the viewing pane, allowing suitable access to all the glass shelves. #designertradesman #newlydefinedpeerless
Lemon chiffon Yellow, Cotton White, Desert Red, Admiral Grey (darker grey), Manifest Grey (lighter grey), Crystal Blue (lighter blue), Giovanni Blue (darker blue).
H x W x D (cm),165 x 84 x 52, approx. 65kg with shelves, anti-rust primer, oil based QD enamel paint, 19mm square tube construction, 1.2mm galvanised sheet metal cladding, 5mm clear glass shelves, 3mm clear glass doors, unique latching system and handles, Yellow wood saddle cap detail.
Clean with a very soft damp cloth, use a mild soup cleanser or polish if necessary. Insert glass shelves slowly at an angle to prevent any damage or scratches. In event of broken glass, remove aluminium patch fittings, replace glass and follow the numbering sequence on back of the fittings as they were removed.
Newly Defined, founded in 2005 its name originates from a descriptive quote for the meaning of innovation: "innovation is the putting together of known elements in a different way to meet a Newly Defined need."
Specialising in furniture design, antique restoration and vintage nostalgia, in 2017 Newly Defined introduced the start of the ND Peerless display cabinet range - the vision to create that patrimonial piece for further generations to come. Having supplied to satisfied clients nationally and internationally, these handmade cabinets are truly things of beauty.