The cabinet is in a very good original condition that was enhanced by a refurbishment and application of teak and Danish oil. It was produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s by G-Plan using exotic timbers, mostly Burmese teak of a mellow medium light color. The cuts were carefully chosen to accentuate the wood figuring and grain which were revealed to their full effect during the restoration process. It has no internal shelves but provides a lot of storage space considering its size. It stands on handmade steel hairpin legs. The piece remains fully functional with very minor signs of wear.