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McIntosh Teakwood Folding Table, 1960s

This exquisite teakwood table is a testament to the masterful craftsmanship of the renowned Scottish furniture company A.H. McIntosh. Created in the 1960s, this table, designed by the talented Tom Robertson, combines timeless elegance with practical functionality, featuring a clever folding mechanism that allows for compact and convenient storage when not in use.


Dimensions

Length: 150 cm

Depth: 90 cm

Height: 74 cm

McIntosh Set of a Circular table and chairs

Set of an extendable circular table and four chairs from the Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh & Co., created by Tom Robertson.

This unique set, designed in the 1970s, features a table (model T21) with  solid teak legs and a teak design that stands out from the rest veneer top,

It opens in the central part of the tabletop, revealing an additional butterfly-folded extension.

The set is not only aesthetically pleasing but also practical. The four black vinyl chairs, specifically designed for this table, can be neatly folded under it, leaving a clean and uncluttered look.

The table is £900 and each chair is £200


Dimensions:

Table closed:

diameter 120cm,

Height 74cm

Table extended:

167×120,

Height 74cm

 

You may find more pieces from McIntosh in the Vintage14 catalogue.

Mcintosh Dunoon Teak Sideboard

Stunning and unusual mid-century sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for cabinetmaker A.H. McIntosh in Scotland for the well-known Dunoon collection in the 1970s.

This piece is characterized by the artisan work, the beauty of its organic round handles and of its doors.

The sideboard is completely restored by professionals, using only manual techniques and environmentally friendly products for its finishing.

Cosmetically and structurally in excellent condition.

Measurements.

Length: 213 cm

Width: 45 cm

Height: 82 cm

Small Dining table (McIntosh extending table)

Tom Robertson designed the dining table in the 60s for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland for the Dunvegan Collection Model T1.

This boat-shaped table was made of teak wood and had an extension inside that provided a larger surface.

Skilled professionals have meticulously restored this table, bringing back its original beauty. The teak wood, known for its vibrant grain, now shines with renewed life, a testament to the quality of the restoration.

Additional measures:

Closed: 114 x 82 cm; height 74cm

Extended: 152 x 82 cm; height 74 cm.

The extension measures 38 cm.

McIntosh Dunoon Sideboard in Teak

Stunning and unusual mid-century sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for cabinetmaker A.H. McIntosh in Scotland for the well-known Dunoon collection.

This piece is characterized by the artisan work, the beauty of its organic round handles and of its doors.

The sideboard is completely restored by professionals, using only manual techniques and environmentally friendly products for its finishing.

Cosmetically and structurally in excellent condition.

Measurements.

Length: 213 cm

Width: 46 cm

Height: 80.5 cm

Dining table (McIntosh extending table)

Tom Robertson designed the dining table in the 60s for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland for the Dunvegan Collection Model T2.

This boat-shaped table was made of teak wood and has an extension inside that provides a larger surface for use.

Professionals have entirely restored it. The teak of this wood has a vibrant teak grain. The table has a small stubborn mark in the corner of the top table. Please check the picture; it doesn’t affect the table’s beauty.


Additional measures:

Closed: 146.5 x 83 cm; height 74cm

Extended: 192 x 83 cm; height 74 cm.

The extension measures 45.5 cm.

Mcintosh Dunvegan Sideboard

This McIntosh sideboard was designed by Tom Robertson in Scotland for the Dunvegan collection, the most iconic collection of the designer.
The sideboard has a central two doors cupboard with a shaped tray to include taller items in our store, another cupboard on the right-hand side with a pull-out tray finished in melamine to permit lean drinks on it, and on the other extreme a bank with three drawers, the first drawer line-up for cutlery.

Dimensions 201×45 H75cm

Dining Table by McIntosh (T3 Dunvegan)

Extending dining table designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh’s Dunvegan collection in the 70s. This piece, made of teak, keeps the original signature with the year.

This table became one of the icons of the brand, its design was patented by McIntosh in the 60s.

It contains a double interior extension with a butterfly opening. The two boards are stored folded.

What distinguishes this table from other tables of its time is the beauty of the meeting of the legs with the stringers that make up the structure. A clean meeting that gives all the elegance to the table.

Additional measures:

Closed table: length 160 cm, width 91 cm, height 74 cm

Open table: length 198 cm (with one extension), 236 cm (fully extended), width from 91 cm to 87 cm at its narrowest part, height 74 cm

McIntosh sideboard. (Teak and sliding doors)

Tom Robertson, the innovative mind behind A.H. McIntosh’s mid-century designs, crafted this sideboard in the early ’70s, in Scotland. A departure from the norm, Robertson replaced traditional hinged doors with sleek sliding doors, a design choice often seen in Danish or Scandinavian furniture.

Introducing a new level of convenience, the renowned pull-out tray covered in melamine, a signature creation of Robertson for his sideboards, is now easily accessible from the outside. No more need to open any door to reach the tray, a thoughtful design element that enhances the practicality of this sideboard.

The storage case has three drawers on the left and two sliding doors on the right, which enclose the shelving units.
The beautiful teakwood grain, a testament to the craftsmanship of this creation, adds a touch of versatility. This sideboard seamlessly adds to any contemporary interior, adapting effortlessly to various design styles.

Dimensions.

L. 200 cm

W. 45 cm

H. 75 cm

 

 

Mcintosh teak sideboard

This sideboard is a unusual model very rare to come across in the market. Tom Robertson the head of  design of A.H. McIntosh created this model with more organic shape, solid sinuosity teak handles. The solid structure hold this long sideboard with three drawers at the left and a pair of twin cupboards on its right.

Dimensions

L.213 cm

W. 45 cm

H. 81cm