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White and Newton light teak sideboard (Peterfield collection)

Mid-Century teak sideboard designed by White and Newton for McIntosh in the 1960s. A strong linear form defines the elegant furniture produced by the British manufacturer White and Newton. Under the design direction of the talented Arthur Edwards, the firm produced impressive high-end furniture that is often defined by its clean, modern lines as well … Continue reading “White and Newton light teak sideboard (Peterfield collection)”

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

 

 

Arne Vodder Rosewood Sideboard

This stunning sideboard was created by the famous designer Arne Vodder and meticulously handcrafted in rosewood by the renowned Danish cabinetmaker Sibast in the 1960s. It is a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship and design of its era. 

One of the most notable features of this sideboard is the sliding doors that open to reveal a plethora of storage space. Inside, you will find four fixed shelves and two drawers, providing ample storage space for your belongings. The shelves are designed to hold larger items, such as serving dishes or books, while the drawers are perfect for storing smaller items, such as cutlery, napkins, or other small accessories.

Furthermore, the previous owner professionally installed a bespoke sliding tray to the sideboard to make it even more functional. The tray is a perfect addition to the sideboard, making organising your belongings more accessible and keeping everything in its place.

Overall, this sideboard is a true masterpiece reflecting the elegance and sophistication of mid-century Danish design. It will make a stunning addition to any home and will be treasured for years to come.

Measurements

length: 200cm

depth: 50cm

height: 83cm

McIntosh Sideboard in Teak (Moy Collection)

Stunning teak sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for AH McIntosh, included in the Moy collection; collection edited with pieces for small rooms.

This sideboard is similar to the Dunvegan model but with smaller proportions.


Measures

154 x 45 cm

Height 75 cm

Rosewood Sideboard by McIntosh

Tom Robertson designed this sideboard for its collection Dunfermline in Scotland for the high-end cabinet maker A.H. McIntosh. The sideboard, handcrafted in stunning rosewood, has all its original features. This sideboard belongs to one of its finest collections. It comes with beautiful solid handles in organic shapes. It wasn’t handcrafted with a stunning rosewood. With three drawers on the left, the first one linen up for the cutlery, two doors enclosing additional compartments in the centre divided with a curved shelf, and a cocktail cupboard on the right with a pull-down door containing a pull-out tray covered in black melamine. Professionals have wholly restored the sideboard, and it is in stunning condition; check and zoom the photos to appreciate all in detail. These three modules give us plenty of storage for our room.

Measurements

L.213 cm

W. 45 cm

H. 75 cm

The sideboard is wholly restored and looks in excellent condition with all its original features and a stunning top rosewood grain.

Mid Century Rosewood Sideboard By Tom Robertson For McIntosh, Scotland, 1960s
Tom Robertson designed this sideboard for its collection Dunfermline in Scotland for the high-end cabinet maker A.H. McIntosh. The sideboard, handcrafted in stunning rosewood, has all its original features. This sideboard belongs to one of its finest collections. It comes with beautiful solid handles in organic shapes. It wasn’t handcrafted with a stunning rosewood. With three drawers on the left, the first one linen up for the cutlery, two doors enclosing additional compartments in the centre divided with a curved shelf, and a cocktail cupboard on the right with a pull-down door containing a pull-out tray covered in black melamine. Professionals have wholly restored the sideboard, and it is in stunning condition; check and zoom the photos to appreciate all in detail. These three modules give us plenty of storage for our room.
Measurements
L.213 cm
W. 45 cm
H. 75 cm
The sideboard is wholly restored and looks in excellent condit. for its age. However, it came with a large black stain on top, which the restorer removed as much as he could, but a light, dark, stubborn shade remains on the top, disguisged with the grain. Zoom then photos, please.
Teak Sideboard, (Dunbar collection)

Designed by Tom Robertson for A.H McIntosh and Co., it was made in the 1960s in Scotland.

This Mid-Century piece stands out for its balanced design, designed to create symmetry.

This sideboard has a large storage capacity, with four central drawers, the first adapted for cutlery. In addition, it has closets with two doors on each side; one with a removable tray covered in melamine to prepare your drinks without damaging the wood.

The teak wood used to create this piece is extremely beautiful with an incredible grain (please zoom in on the photos to appreciate the beauty of the shaped grain teak).


Dimensions

Length: 213 cm
Width: 45cm
Height: 75cm


You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.

Teak sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

Tom Robertson designed dunvegan sideboard in teak wood for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland in the 1970s.

Tom Robertson updated this model in the early ’70s, belongs to its Dunvegan collection, and has been modified with long legs instead of the metal regulator to give it a more elegant look. This sideboard is divided into three modules:

  • A central cabinet that encloses a sinuous-shaped tray that allows us to store objects of different heights.
  • On the left, we find three drawers, the first one linen for cutlery.
  • To the right is a bar cabinet that surprises us with an extendable tray finished in melamine to support drinks.
Teak sideboard by White and Newton

White and Newton was a small but influential company based in Portsmouth, England. This company shared his creations with renowned designers like Arthur Edwards and Philip Hussey; both were awarded for their productions.

This sideboard belongs to the “Chilgrove Collection”, designed by Philip Hussey for white and Newton with a stunning golden teak grain and handcrafted with high-end quality in the late 1960s.

The minimalism of its lines features the sideboard, giving it a powerful look.


Dimension

L198 cm

W. 44.5 cm

H. 69 cm

Sideboard by A Younger

John Herbert designed this sideboard for the high-end cabinet maker A Younger in the early ‘70s in England.

The sideboard was beautifully handcrafted in walnut and it is featured by its fine handles in shiny bronze.

All the sideboard doors and drawers run smoothly and it is a solid piece for your home


Dimension

L. 168 cm

W. 45.5 cm

H. 77.5 cm