An oak with coromandel tea cabinet in the Amsterdam School style with subtle details by A.F. van der Wey (1885-1969). Van der Wey worked for the furniture factory L.O.V. Oosterbeek, where the cabinet was made during the 1920s. The interior of the cabinet is divided by a shelf and enclosed by doors with coromandel handles. The upper part consists of a compartment which can be opened and closed by sliding glass panels. The top of the cabinet is slightly pointed. The cabinet is labeled with a tag reading ‘Meubelfabriek L.O.V. Oosterbeek’.