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    McIntosh Teakwood Folding Table, 1960s

    525.00
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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

    525.00
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    Shelving unit, bookcase by Pieff Lisse, 1970s

    900.00
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    Shelving unit, bookcase by Pieff Lisse, 1970s

    The stunning shelving unit was meticulously crafted by the renowned British designer Tim Bates in the 1970s for the esteemed British furniture manufacturer Pieff Lisse. This exquisite shelving unit is part of the company’s Lisse range and is meticulously assembled using chrome supports and adorned with graceful smoked glass shelving.

    Dimensions

    Height: 180 cm

    Length: 86 cm

    Depth: 38 cm

    900.00
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    Scrieber Coffee Table, 1960s

    350.00
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    Scrieber Coffee Table, 1960s

    This beautiful coffee table was crafted by the British furniture company Scrieber in the 1960s. Constructed from top-grade faux rosewood, the table exudes timeless charm and elegance with a glass tabletop and features a convenient under-shelf.

    Dimensions

    Diameter: 84.5 cm

    Height: 45.5 cm

    Under-shelf diameter: 62 cm

    Under-shelf height: 25 cm

    350.00
  • Nils Jonsson Sideboard

    1,900.00
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    Nils Jonsson Sideboard

    Niels Jonsson’s iconic sideboard from the Trio collection was crafted by the renowned cabinet maker Hugo Troeds in vibrant teakwood and captures the timeless elegance of a Swedish 1960s design. This sideboard is a testament to exquisite craftsmanship and modern aesthetics. It features sliding doors, symmetrical lines, and a bank of five drawers.

    The sideboard has been completely restored, with all its wood sanded and given a new finish. The drawers and doors run smoothly. There are two small holes in the back of the sideboard that I presume the previous owner made to facilitate the access of wires.


    Dimensions.

    L.191 cm

    W. 45 cm

    H. 79.5 cm

    SKU: HTJN24
    1,900.00
  • Gplan Teakwood Nesting Tables 1960s

    260.00
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    Gplan Teakwood Nesting Tables 1960s

    The exquisite set of three nesting tables is a testament to the timeless craftsmanship of the renowned British furniture company G Plan, which produced this elegant collection in the 1960s.

    Meticulously handcrafted in England, the tables are constructed from the finest teak wood, showcasing the natural beauty and quality of the material. The seamless nesting design allows the tables to fit snugly into each other, providing not only functional space-saving convenience but also a visually appealing and versatile furniture set.

    Dimensions

    Length: 55.5, 45.5, 37 cm

    Depth: 40, 38, 35.5 cm

    Height: 52, 49, 47 cm

    260.00
  • Mid-Century sideboard in walnut

    1,900.00
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    Mid-Century sideboard in walnut

    This sideboard, a product of the Mid-century, is a testament to unique craftsmanship. Unveiling its origins, we discovered it was meticulously handcrafted in a small, exclusive cabinet maker studio, making it a bespoke and one-of-a-kind piece. The sideboard’s structure is a blend of solid oakwood for the interiors and walnut for the shell, rollers, drawers, handles, and legs, showcasing the artisan’s skill and attention to detail.

    The sideboard is not just a work of art, but also a functional piece of furniture. It features four interior drawers on the right, providing ample storage space, and a shelf on the left for displaying your favorite items. The bank of four drawers in the centre adds a touch of symmetry to this practical yet aesthetically pleasing piece.

    This sideboard is a perfect blend of modernism and classicism, resulting in a design that is both contemporary and timeless. Its elegant look and unique design make it a statement piece that will never go out of style.


    Dimensions

    L.209 cm

    W. 49 cm

    H. 79 cm

    1,900.00
  • Dyrlund teakwood table made in the 1960s

    1,300.00
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    Dyrlund teakwood table made in the 1960s

    This exquisite teakwood table comes from the skilled hands of the renowned furniture maker Dyrlund in Denmark, crafted during the 1960s.

    Dyrlund have a longstanding reputation and their furniture is featured in the offices of several heads of states.

    The table showcases an impressive extendable feature, allowing for versatile use and functionality.

    Dimensions

    Closed Diameter: 120 cm

    Extended length: 220 cm

    Extended depth: 120 cm

    Height: 72 cm

    1,300.00
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    Dyrlund dining table in teak

    2,100.00
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    Dyrlund dining table in teak

    This stunning and timeless dining table represents the pinnacle of craftsmanship, meticulously handcrafted by the esteemed Danish furniture company Dyrlund in the 1960s.

    Dyrlund’s long-standing reputation for unparalleled furniture design has earned them a place in the offices of numerous heads of state. The table’s exquisite features include a seamlessly integrated extension mechanism, elegantly supported by intricately designed pedestal legs.

    The vibrant teakwood, carefully selected and expertly finished, exudes warmth and character, making this table a captivating centerpiece for any dining space. Every detail of this masterpiece speaks to the artistry and enduring quality of Dyrlund’s furniture legacy.

    The table features storage for the extension.


    Measuresments

    Extended: 255 x 115 cm

    Closed: 76.5 x 115 cm

    Height: 72 cm

    Each Extension: 45 x 115 cm

    2,100.00
  • Set of four armchair by Dyrlund in teak

    1,400.00
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    Set of four armchair by Dyrlund in teak

    From Dyrlund: “Established in 1960 in Denmark, Dyrlund is dedicated to providing top-quality furniture for high-end homes and executive offices. Our gold-quality seal logo reflects our commitment to producing only the best. They prioritise skilled craftsmanship and experienced employees who work in the traditional craftsmanship style. Much of our furniture is crafted from precious woods and requires expert hand finishing, so it’s imperative to have the right person for the job. Skilled cabinetmakers are our most valuable asset”.
    Here are four super comfortable chairs from the ’60s handcrafted in Denmark that can be used in an office or dining room. They are made of extremely beautiful and vibrant teakwood, showcasing all its light veins and forming a superb solid teakwood.
    The set features brand-new upholstery from Pepe Peñalver with a soft, inviting touch in a lovely light beige hue.

    Dimensions

    Length: 60cm

    Seat length : 48 cm

    Width: 50cm

    Height 86cm

    Armrest height: 64 cm

    1,400.00
  • White and Newton sideboard (Peterfield collection)

    1,800.00
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    White and Newton sideboard (Peterfield collection)

    This sideboard is a handcrafted piece from the 1960s, designed by Philip Hussey and made by the renowned cabinet maker White and Newton in Portsmouth, England. Hussey created this piece for the Peterfields Collection, featuring light teakwood, curved lines on the top and a flat front with minimalist built-in handles. This sideboard’s elegant and timeless design showcases Hussey’s mastery of his craft and the exceptional quality of White and Newton’s workmanship.

    Philip is one of the unsung heroes of British furniture design who deserves to be far better known! As a young man of 24, he was appointed to replace Arthur Edwards as head designer of White and Newton in 1964. They were then a successful medium-sized maker of contemporary furniture, which was a little conservative in style. In the late 1960s, he pushed some boundaries, particularly in some of his sideboard designs, which moved White and Newton into a much more modern, stylish, minimalist direction. Some of these designs were very popular and came up for sale quite frequently, while others were too ahead of their time and are unfortunately rarely seen today. When they do appear, they’re now recognised as design classics.

    We have one in stock pending restoration (photos belongs the last one we had)

    Dimension

    Length: 208 cm
    Depth: 46 cm
    Height: 72 cm

    1,800.00
  • Mcintosh Dunoon Teak Sideboard

    1,800.00
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    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

    1,800.00
  • Small chest of drawers

    500.00
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    Small chest of drawers

    This beautiful chest of drawers was designed by HANJBERG MØBELFRABRIK in Denmark during the 1960s.
    Crafted with exceptional attention to detail, the chest features a stunning teak veneer, four spacious drawers, and elegant, solid teak handles.
    Its compact size makes it versatile enough to serve as a stylish and functional bedside table.
    It is fully refurbished with a gorgeous satin finish, and all drawers function smoothly.

    Dimension
    L.62.5 cm
    W.35 cm
    H.76 cm

    500.00
  • Small chest of drawers

    600.00
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    Small chest of drawers

    This beautiful chest of drawers was designed by Johannes Larsen in Denmark during the 1960s.
    Crafted with exceptional attention to detail, the chest features a stunning teak veneer, four spacious drawers, and elegant, solid teak handles.
    Its compact size makes it versatile enough to serve as a stylish and functional bedside table.
    It is fully refurbished with a gorgeous satin finish, and all drawers function smoothly.

    Dimension
    L.79 cm
    W.39 cm
    H.81 cm

    600.00
  • Danish Desk in Oak

    900.00
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    Danish Desk in Oak

    This mid-century desk is exquisitely hand-crafted out of oak. It features two banks of three drawers made of high-quality materials.

    The desk’s top displays a stunningly intricate oak grain pattern contrasting beautifully with shades of beige and brown. Although the designer of this timeless piece is unknown, it is a valuable addition to any contemporary space.

    The mastery of the Mid-Century desk is easily recognisable as it was beautifully hand-crafted in Denmark in the 1960s.

    Dimensions
    L. 130 cm
    W. 60 cm
    H. 73 cm

    900.00
  • Danish Desk in Teak

    1,050.00
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    Danish Desk in Teak

    This mid-century desk is exquisitely hand-crafted out of teak featuring magnificient oak legs. It features two banks of three drawers made of high-quality materials.

    The desk’s top displays a stunningly intricate teak grain pattern contrasting beautifully with shades of brown, orange, and black. Although the designer of this timeless piece is unknown, it is a valuable addition to any contemporary space.

    The mastery of the Mid-Century desk is easily recognisable as it was beautifully hand-crafted in Denmark in the 1960s.

    The desk features a bookcase on the rear side.

    Dimensions

    L. 130 cm

    W. 64 cm

    H. 74 cm

    SKU: DESK FEB235
    1,050.00
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    Small Dining table (McIntosh extending table)

    800.00
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    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.

    800.00
  • Dining chair by Niels Moller (Model 71 in Rosewood)

    3,000.00
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    Dining chair by Niels Moller (Model 71 in Rosewood)

    These chairs are a true treasure – Niels Moller originals from the Mid-Century era, handcrafted by JL Møllers Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1950s. The solid rosewood used to create these beautiful chairs is simply stunning.

    The iconic model N71, made of rosewood, is a perfect example of the elegant simplicity of the era. The chair’s light curve back is designed to embrace us and offers both style and comfort.

    The chairs come with their original tweed upholstery or a new one, and we provide the option of reupholstering.

    Dimensions.

    L: 49cm

    W: 45cm

    Seat pad height: 45cm

    Height: 79cm

     

    SKU: MAY24NMZAZ
    3,000.00
  • Dining chairs by Thomas Havler

    1,500.00
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    Dining chairs by Thomas Havler

    Thomas Havler designed this chairs in Denmark in the ‘60s.

    The set of four chairs were handcrafted in afromosia wood and it comes with a new upholstery in pale pink velvet.

    Dimensions
    Length 55.5 cm exterior 47 interior

    width. 47 cm

    Seat Height: 46 cm

    Armrest height: 66.5 cm

    Back height: 73cm

     

     

    SKU: THDKCHM22
    1,500.00
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    Dining table (McIntosh extending table)

    980.00
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    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.

    980.00
  • Dining Table by McIntosh (T3 Dunvegan)

    1,250.00
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    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

    1,250.00
  • Small sideboard (Burchaard Nielsen for Dyrlum)

    1,900.00
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    Small sideboard (Burchaard Nielsen for Dyrlum)

    Burchaart Nielsen, a renowned Danish designer, created this beautiful sideboard, which was crafted by Dyrlund in Denmark during the 1960s. Renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship, Dyrlund has executed this sleek piece to the highest standards, this time using smaller dimension to manufacture a compact piece using a solid frame throughout and in vibrant colour teakwood grain. Unlike other long sideboards, this one boasts smaller dimensions, making it not only a unique piece but also perfect for various spaces. It features two cupboards with sliding doors and a bank of drawers in the centre, providing ample storage space. 

    Take advantage of the opportunity to own this one-of-a-kind piece of furniture.

    Dimensions

    160 x 40 Altura 75cm

    SKU: DTS27324
    1,900.00
  • McIntosh sideboard. (Teak and sliding doors)

    1,600.00
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    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

     

     

    SKU: MSSD23291-002d
    1,600.00
  • Danish desk in teak

    1,200.00
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    Danish desk in teak

    This mid-century desk is exquisitely hand-crafted with exceptional skill. It features two banks of three drawers made of high-quality materials.

    The desk’s top displays a stunningly intricate teak grain pattern contrasting beautifully with shades of brown, orange, and black. Although the designer of this timeless piece is unknown, it is a valuable addition to any contemporary space.

    The mastery of the Mid-Century desk is easily recognisable as it was beautifully hand-crafted in Denmark in the 1960s.

    The desk features an extra shelf on one of its longer sides.

    Dimensions

    L. 135 cm

    W. 64.5 cm

    H. 73.5 cm

    Knee space: 48 cm  from left to right and 62 height

    Shelf: 121 x 19 height 29 cm

    SKU: DK-1MAR24-1
    1,200.00
  • Dining table by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Møblefabrik

    2,100.00
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    Dining table by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Møblefabrik

    The skilled designer Johannes Andersen created a spacious table for the renowned cabinet maker Uldum Møbelfabrik in Denmark.

    This table features a distinct extended section on one side that can be stored in a specific location. The table has a sturdy structure, with its top frame crafted from solid teak wood exhibiting a beautiful teak grain.

    Dimension

    Closed: 170 x 90 cm

    Extended: 243 x 90 cm

    Height: 74 cm

    2,100.00
  • Mcintosh teak sideboard

    1,800.00
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    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

     

     

    SKU: UMS080424
    1,800.00
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    Rosewood Sideboard by McIntosh

    2,600.00
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    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.

    SKU: 23106-002I
    2,600.00
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    Mid Century Rosewood Sideboard By Tom Robertson For McIntosh, Scotland, 1960s

    2,200.00
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    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.
    SKU: TSI310124
    2,200.00
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    Teak Sideboard, (Dunbar collection)

    1,800.00
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    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.

    SKU: 24417/002E
    1,800.00
  • Teak sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

    1,800.00
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    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.
    • * Be aware, this time the photos are not for the one we have for sale. Photos are coming very soon.

    Dimensions
    205 x 45 height 75 cm

    SKU: 23220/005G-1
    1,800.00
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    Dining table (McIntosh extending table)

    950.00
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    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.

    950.00
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    Mid-Century Sideboard by McIntosh in teak, Scotland c.1970s

    1,900.00
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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


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

    SKU: SUKTR
    1,900.00
  • Arkana Dining table and eight chairs

    2,500.00
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    Arkana Dining table and eight chairs

    Arkana table with the top in vibrant teak and a set of eight chairs also by Ariana. The Arkana table belongs to the 31 models.

    The teakwood of the top has bees restored completely, the leg and chairs has been deeply clean, zoom the photos to see the most persistent marks we could not remove during the restoration process.

    The cushion are pending of upholstery so you could still choose what colour or texture from the Sprandling vinyls your would like to use.
    Ask me for send you sample of the colours you like, please!

    Dimensions.

    Diameter: 135 cm
    Height 74 cm

    2,500.00
  • Windsor dining extending table (Ercol)

    1,900.00
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    Windsor dining extending table (Ercol)

    Lucian Ercolani designed this table for Ercol in England in the ’60s. This is the Grand Windsor extending table model 444 Ercol made in the early ’60s.

    The table is handcrafted in a beautiful elm; the feature of this elm is the beauty of the elmwood grain, which makes different lights, shapes and tones, giving the table a stunning presence.

    The table has a double extension that comes folded and stored under the main top, with effortless access when we need to embrace more people.

    Our professional restorer has wholly restored the table; it is sanded and finished with an extra-transparent varnish from the Italian Brand Renner that maintains its natural look without affecting or yellowing its finish. The table colours are the originals from the elmwood, and it contain some greens in the grain that are very stubborn, and they could not be removed in the sanded process.


    Dimensions.

    L. 153 cm

    W. 83 cm to 73 cm (makes a boat shape)

    H 72 cm

    1,900.00
  • Sideboard designed by Niels Koefoed for Hornslet in teak made in Denmark

    1,950.00
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    Sideboard designed by Niels Koefoed for Hornslet in teak made in Denmark

    Original and unusual Danish sideboard designed by Niels Koefoed for  Hornslet, made of teak wood that incorporates a food hotplate warmer in its central part.

    Being this last detail what makes this piece unique and truly difficult to find nowadays. The beauty of the hotplate is featured by the monochrome print of the Copenhagen harbor in the XVII century.

    The hotplate section has a hinged top which is operated by opening the top drawer.

    It consists of three modules, a central one with 4 large-capacity drawers and two side modules closed by sliding doors.

    This sideboard presents the straight lines typical of Danish furniture, something that brings stability and elegance to the design, making this piece valid for both a home and a workspace.

    You can find more sideboards in the Vintage14 catalog.

    SKU: DTSS250123
    1,950.00
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    McIntosh Extending Dining Table

    800.00
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    McIntosh Extending Dining Table

    Extending dining table designed by Tom Robertson in the 1960s for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland.

    This boat-shaped table was made of teak wood and has an extension inside that unfolds to provide it with a larger surface for use.

    It has been completely restored by professionals. The teak of this wood has an incredible color and a vibrant grain.

    Additional measures:

    Closed: 146.5 x 83 cm; height 74cm

    Extended: 192 x 83 cm; height 74cm

     

    Find more extendable tables in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    800.00
  • Seto of four Ercol chairs (Windosr collection)

    1,000.00
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    Seto of four Ercol chairs (Windosr collection)

    Chair designed by Lucian Ercolani for the famous Ercol brand in the 1960s in Elm.

    The set has two with armrests and two plain chairs.

    These chairs were Ercol’s first edition of the famous English Windsor chair. In this edition, Lucian Ercolani dispensed with redundant elements and brought to light a chair with clean lines enhancing the beauty of elm wood.

    These chairs come with a more contemporary finish; their old varnish has been removed to leave the waters of the elm wood grain bare, and thus, appreciate its chiaroscuro and the organized forms of the wood waters.

    SKU: ERCWIN-1
    1,000.00