This cabinet was awarded a prestigious Guild Mark in 2016 for its exquisite craftsmanship, considered design and innovation (Guild Mark No. 458). Beautifully crafted in walnut with scorched oak and brass detailing the Orbis bar embodies innovation and precision craftsmanship at its best, with its contemporary twist on Art Deco. The central serving area is made using durable end grain walnut and has a beautiful ripple carved into the corner to hold your lemons, limes, bar snacks or accessories. Around the serving area the bar has been engineered to store your favoured precious spirits along with a mixture of wine, champagne and spirit glasses. The doors open effortlessly to reveal curved shelves where you can store your vintage champagne and finest wines. Orbis epitomises our ability to manipulate and engineer in wood; demonstrating that our rippled concept can be applied to nearly any piece of furniture.
165cm wide, 93cm high, 54cm deep
Techniques and Materials
Shown in hand selected walnut with a quarter sawn oak interior and scorched oak and brass detailing. Available to commission in most woods.
Made and Ready £29,000 + delivery
Over the past few years Edward Johnson has been awarded three Bespoke Guild Marks. One for the excellent execution of design and craftsmanship in his ‘Orbis’ drinks cabinet. This prestigious accolade is awarded by the furniture industry’s governing body, The Furniture Maker’s Company. With only a few awarded each year, the award highlights and recognises some of the best pieces of furniture in the country.