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Mid-Century Sideboard by McIntosh in teak, Scotland c.1970s

Tom Robertson designed this beautiful sideboard in Scotland in the early ‘70s for the well-known cabinet maker A.H. McIntosh.

The sideboard has two sections: one bank of three drawers, the top one lined up for the cutlery, and on its right, a cabinet enclosed by two plain doors. The long curved handles and the beautiful teakwood make this sideboard unusual. It is featured being the narrowest sideboard of A.H. McIntosh

Length: 200 cm
Width:.    40 cm
Height:    76 cm

McIntosh Set of a Circular Table and 4 Chairs

Set of an extendable circular table and 4 chairs from the Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh & Co., created by Tom Robertson.

This set was designed in the 70s. The table (model T21) is constructed with solid teak legs and teak veneered tabletop.

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

The set is completed with four chairs in black vinyl that were conceived for this table. When folded under the table, the shape of the seat and the curvature of the backrest leave them perfectly integrated under the tabletop as can be seen in the photographs.

Additional dimensions:

Table closed: diameter 120cm, height 74cm

Table extended: 167×120, height 74cm


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