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The Bar - Gin Cabinet



Inspired by one of Christopher's fantastic customers, The Bar Gin cabinet slides effortlessly into your home and is quickly becoming the ultimate drinks station for Gin o'clock. 

While your perusing the shelves at The Press Cellars - Warragul - you can view one of Christopher's Bar cabinets.

The Bar is completed with a felt lined interior, feature mirror, a selection of solid brass handles and hand selected timber. 





While unwinding at Tallawarra, you can also enjoy Gin o'clock from the stunning figured Tasmanian Myrtle Gin Cabinet.



Available now.
$2250

Please email us info@christopherscott.com.au to secure yours today.

Customer enquiries welcome.


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