Rosewood Sideboard by McIntosh£2,200.00 Add to cart
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.
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.£2,200.00
Mid Century Rosewood Sideboard By Tom Robertson For McIntosh, Scotland, 1960s£1,900.00 Add to cart
Mid Century Rosewood Sideboard By Tom Robertson For McIntosh, Scotland, 1960sTom 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.MeasurementsL.213 cmW. 45 cmH. 75 cmThe 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.£1,900.00
A Set Of 6 Chairs By Elgaard And Schionning In Oak£1,600.00 Add to cart
A Set Of 6 Chairs By Elgaard And Schionning In Oak
A set of six chair designed by Schionning and Elgaard for stander Møbelfsbrik, produced in Denmark in the 1960s in solid oak with a beautiful design.
SH. 45 cm
The buyer can choose the colour of the fabric, we offer vinyl by SPRADLING or line by Baumann Creation, both material with a high technological development and ready for heavy duty.
Completely restored with a beautiful natural finish and all the structure checked.
Additional dimensions information:
Seat height 45cm£1,600.00
Sofa and two armchairs From Barrow Court House (black leather)£1,750.00 Add to cart
Sofa and two armchairs From Barrow Court House (black leather)
A beautiful set of sofas and armchairs from Barrow Court House in Somerset, England.
Barrow Court is a manor house in Barrow Gurney, Somerset, England. The site was originally Barrow Gurney Nunnery, which was rebuilt in the 16th and 19th centuries. It has been designated a Grade II* listed building.
The set includes a sofa, two armchairs, and a stool.
All the furniture is made of genuine black leather.
I emphasize the elegance and beauty of the set. It features rich black leather and a contemporary sofa shape. Not to mention how comfortable all three pieces are. I emphasise the elegance and beauty of the set, It is featured for the richness of its black leather and the contemporary shape of the sofa, I have no to mention how comfortable are the three pieces.
The significance of the set, given its origins in such a historic and elegant building.
Owning a set like this one from Barrow Court House would be a unique and memorable addition to any home.
65 – 50 x 50 H 40cm
89-45 x 88-50 H85-56-46 cm
L. 200-154 cm
W. 100-58 cm
H. 86-66-46 cm£1,750.00
Teak Sideboard, (Dunbar collection)£1,500.00 Read more
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).
Length: 213 cm
You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.£1,500.00
Teak sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)£1,500.00 Add to cart
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.
Conferece armchair by Dyrlum.£375.00 Add to cart
Conferece armchair by Dyrlum.
This stunning set of four armchairs is an actual work of art. Designed in the early ’70s by the renowned Danish cabinet maker Dyrlum, these chairs epitomise sophistication and style. Known as the conference chairs, they were the first design Dyrlum launched in the ’70s and have been a popular choice ever since. The vibrant teakwood and the gorgeous shape of the chair’s body make it an instant attention-grabber. Don’t miss out on owning a piece of history with these stunning armchairs in your home or office.
We offer these chairs with new upholstery; you can send us the material or contact us to let you know what finish we offer.
Price is per unit and includes the upholstery in original condition price per chair is £300 / 325 euros
L.60 cm (from right to left) / Internal 48cm
W.50 cm (from forward to rear)
HS.44 cm (seat height)
Ah. 64 cm (armrest height)
H.86 cm (total height)£375.00
Round dining table by Meredew£400.00 Add to cart
Round dining table by Meredew
Alphons Loebenstein, a designer and German refugee, that Meredew became hugely popular. He was in charge of the firm for the Mid-Century ages and was responsible for its best designs. He and Robert Heritage, an independent designer, signed some of the company’s designs in the mid-century.
This extending round table is notable for the elegant and organic joint between its legs and table structure. The craftsmanship of these joints elevates the piece to the level of a true masterpiece.
The table is completely restored, but it contains two minor stubborn marks that the restoration team disguised as much as possible.
Diameter. 121 cm
Extension 48 cm
Tabel extended. 169 x 121 cm£400.00
Teak sideboard by White and Newton£1,500.00 Add to cart
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.
W. 44.5 cm
H. 69 cm£1,500.00
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McIntosh Set of a Circular Table and 4 Chairs£1,200.00 Add to cart
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.
Table closed: diameter 120cm, height 74cm
Table extended: 167×120, height 74cm
You may find more pieces from McIntosh in the Vintage14 catalogue.£1,200.00
Dining extending table (Svend Å Madsen)£1,300.00 Add to cart
Dining extending table (Svend Å Madsen)
The architect and designer Svend Å Madsen created this table in Denmark in the ‘60s for the high-end cabinet maker NBM.
Madsen’s creations stood out in the Danish modern age, warm teak and rosewood, organic shapes, and minimal decorative details. More specific features of his work include “boomerang” legs; sloped, arching desk drawers; and “floating” desk tops are some of the features of his work.
This table is featured by the beauty of its warm teakwood and the simplicity of its boomerang legs., rounded solid edged embraces the table to reach a length of 2.60 m with the two extensions.
L 160 cm
W. 95 cm
H. 71 cm
Extended 210 – 260 cm
Each Extension 50 x 95 cm£1,300.00
Sideboard by A Younger£1,200.00 Read more
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
L. 168 cm
W. 45.5 cm
H. 77.5 cm£1,200.00
Dining table in teak, Fonseca Collection Model 746 by A. Younger 1960.£1,100.00 Add to cart
Dining table in teak, Fonseca Collection Model 746 by A. Younger 1960.
John Herbert was well known to be one of the first British influenced by the Danish Modern style, producing high-quality, well-crafted, low-volume furniture for cabinet maker A. Younger Ltd.
This table was awarded from the Furniture Makers’ Guild in 1960. It is an unusual table to find in the market and it was produced for Heals in the late ’60s. This example of a table is featured for the elegance and fine way the designer created the joint between the leg and the structure table. The beauty of the handcrafting and the mixture of the teakwood and the afromorsia make this table a timeless piece of furniture.
Herbert was an accomplished designer: in 1960 he won three awards from the Furniture Makers’ Guild for a sideboard and two tables, one from the Fonseca range.
W. 78 cm
H. 74 cm£1,100.00
Mid-Century Sideboard by McIntosh in teak, Scotland c.1970s£1,400.00 Add to cart
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£1,400.00
Arkana Dining table and eight chairs£2,200.00 Add to cart
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!
Diameter: 135 cm
Height 74 cm£2,200.00
Bedside Table By G Plan, 1960s£400.00 Add to cart
Bedside Table By G Plan, 1960s
A pair of GPlan bedside tables completely restored and in perfect condition.
The bedside tables come with an extra feature added in our restoration workshop, it is a hanging bar with three holes that give you the opportunity to hang them directly to the wall no having to use the leg.
The bedside tables always need to add a screw to the wall to avoid they tilt.