Sahibganj is an ancient settlement along the banks of the Ganga river which was considered a salubrious posting for British railway officials and their families during colonial times. Many old artifacts dating from that era have been recovered and spirited away, never to be seen. We recreate one of the wonderful pieces made by Indian artisans of another century.
Make a statement while entertaining dinner guests with this imposing cutlery case. Holds full service cutlery components as well as large miscellaneous serving spoons, forks and carving knives.
Made from Sapele or CP Teak.
21 inches wide; 12 inches deep
and 6 inches high.
Carcase made with rebates and housings
and drawers with half-blind dovetails.
This high usage item which could
see handling by wet hands is best finished
with polyurethane - gloss or matt.