Sideboards

  • Teak sideboard by Beithcraft

    £1,500.00
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    Teak sideboard by Beithcraft

    This exquisite teak sideboard was produced in the 1960s by Beithcraft, a renowned Scottish furniture manufacturer, known for their exceptional quality. The design of this piece was heavily influenced by the Danish furniture makers of that era.

    The sideboard features two doors at the center and a pull-down leaf on the right-hand side, which opens to reveal a drinks cabinet with removable shelving.

    The three drawers on the left-hand side contain an elegant felt-lined cutlery tray with separators. The doors and drawers are adorned with stylish solid teak handles, adding to its overall charm.

    Dimension

    L 230 cm

    W 46 cm

    H 75 cm

    £1,500.00
  • Rosewood Sideboard by McIntosh

    £2,200.00
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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
    £2,200.00
  • ROSEWOOD SIDEBOARD

    Mid Century Rosewood Sideboard By Tom Robertson For McIntosh, Scotland, 1960s

    £1,900.00
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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
    £1,900.00
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    Teak Sideboard, (Dunbar collection)

    £1,500.00
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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: DUNZAZ310124
    £1,500.00
  • Teak sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

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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.
    SKU: 23220/005G-1
    £1,500.00
  • Teak sideboard by White and Newton

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    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

    SKU: 23228WNS 23259S
    £1,500.00
  • Mid-Century Drinks Cabinet

    £1,400.00
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    Mid-Century Drinks Cabinet

    Beautiful cocktail cabinet made in the 60s.

    It is probably a bespoken piece of furniture handmade by a high-end carpenter.

    With a beautiful solid leg structure in afromorsia and with a vibrant top cabinet designed to store our cocktails utensils. It comes with three glass compartments to store glasses and bottles; a specific shelf for bottles, a pull-out tray with melamine on the top and two drawers at the bottom.

    It comes with a light point that could be fixed by an electrician for £75.

    £1,400.00
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    Sideboard by A Younger

    £1,200.00
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    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

    £1,200.00
  • Mid-Century Sideboard by McIntosh in teak, Scotland c.1970s

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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
    £1,400.00
  • Mcintosh Sideboard, Dunvegan collection

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    Mcintosh Sideboard, Dunvegan collection

    [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.
    Dimension 201×45 H75cm

     

    Aparador de la marca McIntosh, diseñador por Ton Robertson para su afamada colección Dunvegan.

     

    SKU: SDUS23135CD002E
    £1,400.00
  • SUNBURST SIDEBOARD MCINTOSH

    McIntosh Teak Sideboard (Sunburst Collection)

    £2,000.00
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    McIntosh Teak Sideboard (Sunburst Collection)

    Mid-Century sideboard created by Tom Robertson and manufactured by McIntosh in teak wood in the 60s in Scotland. This piece belongs to the Sunburst Collection.

    This sideboard reveals the experience and success of Tom Robertson as a designer. He enhanced the beauty of the sideboard adding the marquetry design of a sunburst to the cupboard’s doors what it makes this pieces an awesome furniture.

    The sideboard is beautifully handcrafted with a vibrant teak. Design and material minutely crafted to reveal an endless sideboard created to survive tendencies and mark influence.


    Dimensions:

    213 x 45 cm

    Height: 80 cm


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

    £2,000.00
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    Rosewood sideboard by White and Newton, England 1960.

    £2,600.00
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    Rosewood sideboard by White and Newton, England 1960.

    Arthur Edwards designed this stunning Rosewood sideboard for the high-end cabinet maker White and Newton in Portsmouth (England) in the ’60s.

    The sideboard is an unusual piece to come across in the market. A professional restorer has entirely restored it, conserving all its original features, with a refined design, no handles and this gorgeous wavy shape in solid teakwood for the drawers that hide the handles. The rosewood features the sideboard used for its cabinet doors, making this sideboard a stunning piece of furniture.

     

    Measurements

    L. 209 cm

    W. 45 cm

    H. 76 cm

    £2,600.00
  • Long German chest of drawers, counter desk in pine 21 drawers

    £2,100.00
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    Long German chest of drawers, counter desk in pine 21 drawers

    This long chest of drawers comes from a grocery shop in Germany, it was used as the countertop.

    The chest is made of a beautiful solid pine, with a beautiful patina and all its original features, the drawers conserve some of its labels showing us what they were used for used they had, About the handles only one came replaced in the unit and we haven’t changed to appreciate the difference with the others.


    Dimension.
    L. 266 cm
    W.  55 cm

    £2,100.00
  • Sideboard in teak, made in Denmark

    £1,500.00
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    Sideboard in teak, made in Denmark

    This sideboard was handcrafted in Denmark by specialist in high-end furnitures.
    the sideboard has a vibrant teak grain, with four sliding doors enclosing a cocktail-bar area with a pull out tray and drawers and shelves in the other areas to help us to organise our space.
    All completely restored and in excellent condition.


    Measurement.

    L. 185 cm

    W. 45 cm

    H. 114 cm

    £1,500.00
  • Sideboard made in Denmark in teak

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    Sideboard made in Denmark in teak

    Danish teak sideboard, more details next week .

    Dimensions

    L.185 cm

    W. 45cm

    H.114 cm

    £1,600.00
  • Long teak sideboard, Brasilia collection Made in Britain in the ’60s

    £1,400.00
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    Long teak sideboard, Brasilia collection Made in Britain in the ’60s

    This stunning mid-century sideboard was designed by the British furniture designer Victor Wilkins in the 1960s for the well-known British furniture manufacturer G-Plan.

    The sideboard is beautifully crafted from teakwood for the main body and aformosia wood for the structure, handles and legs. It features three sections: internal shelving on the left side and more storage space on the right of the four drawers in the centre.

    The sideboard is in excellent condition and has been professionally finished.


    Measurements

    L.205 cm

    W. 46 cm

    H. 79cm

    SKU: 2392cd113b 210923
    £1,400.00
  • Teak sideboard by Axel Christiansen for ACO

    £2,800.00
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    Teak sideboard by Axel Christiansen for ACO

    Axel Christiansen designed this long sideboard for ACO in Denmark in the ‘60s.

    The features of this sideboard are the solid frame teakwood, its solid round legs with a beautiful ring where the sideboard body meets the legs, vibrant teakwood grain give a powerful presence, its sliding doors, and organic long  handles make this piece a stunning furniture. It gives us also plenty of room with a bank of drawers.


    Measurements

    253×47 Height 80 cm

    SKU: ACACOXEB
    £2,800.00
  • Long teak sideboard by Bramin, Made in Denmark.

    £2,600.00
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    Long teak sideboard by Bramin, Made in Denmark.

    Henry Walter Klein designed this beautiful piece in the ’60s in Denmark for the well-known high-quality cabinet maker Bramin.

    The sideboard has a balance designed with a bank of drawers in the middle and two sliding doors enclosing shelves. The top drawer is lined up to store the cutlery. The beauty of the sideboard is for many reasons, mainly the vibrant colour of its teakwood grain with contrast in its highlights. One of the features of this sideboards are the built in handles and the beauty of its joints.


    Measurements

    L x A. 223 cm x 47.5 cm

    Height:80 cm

     

    SKU: BLSASHWAL
    £2,600.00
  • McIntosh Tall Sideboard, Scotland 1970s

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    McIntosh Tall Sideboard, Scotland 1970s

    Tom Robertson designed this sideboard in the early ’70s for the well-known brand A.H. McIntosh in Scotland. This time, Tom Robertson made a taller sideboard—this beautiful cabinet with four cupboards and two teakwood drawers. The sideboard has four enclosed cupboards for hinged doors and two drawers; one lined up for the cutlery.


    Measurement.

    Length. 120cm

    Width.45cm

    Height.112cm

     

     

     

    £1,500.00
  • NC sideboard by Acerbic with a back-lighting system.

    £1,650.00
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    NC sideboard by Acerbic with a back-lighting system.

    A pair of impressive sideboards designed by Lodovico Acerbis, a quintessential line of seemingly suspended furniture is bathed in illumination by its clever back-lighting system.

    The light, diffused through a strip of matte methacrylate in the rear, interior, and base of the sideboard, offers an optical effect of weightlessness, heightened by the semi-transparency of the matte methacrylate base of the cabinet.


    Measurements of each sideboard.

    L: 160cm

    W: 60cm

    H:60cm

    SKU: 22374-002G
    £1,650.00
  • Papillon sideboard by René Bouchara for Roche Bobbois

    £6,000.00
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    Papillon sideboard by René Bouchara for Roche Bobbois

    Sideboard by René Bouchara for Roche Bobbois. number 92/400

    Born in Paris and educated in New York, René Bouchara imagined a sideboard which evoked images of the grace of a butterfly and at the same time the elegance of a sports car.‎ The glossy lacquer highlights the lines both fluid and racy of this limited-edition piece.‎

    PRODUCT DETAIL
    Structure in Daquacryl® (3 mm-thick high gloss PMMA veneer on engineered composite wood, several colours available), with 2 lifting thermo-formed doors.‎ Base in lacquered plywood, col.‎ grey.‎ Shelf in 8 mm-thick clear glass.‎
    Model limited to 400 copies, numbered and signed by the designer.‎


    Measurements:

    L:240cm

    Length of the top: 181cm

    W: 48cm

    Height: 81cm

    £6,000.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard (Dunbar Collection)

    £1,600.00
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    McIntosh 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 of which is adapted for cutlery. In addition, it has closets with two doors on each side; one with a removable tray covered in melamine to be able 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.

    £1,600.00
  • Mid-Century Walnut Sideboard

    £900.00
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    Mid-Century Walnut Sideboard

    English sideboard from the 60s made of walnut with black bakelite handles.

    It is divided into 3 modules: a lower one with two sliding doors, an upper right module with drawers, and an upper left module with a hinged door.

    Its dimensions make it perfect both for large spaces, where you want to focus attention on a Mid-Century piece, and for smaller interiors, where, in addition to exploiting its stylistic potential, it provides a large storage space.


    Dimensions

    LxW: 122 x 45.5 cm

    Height: 111cm


    You can find more sideboards in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: HWS210323
    £900.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard in Teak (Moy Collection)

    £1,400.00
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    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


    You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £1,400.00
  • Sideboard designed by Niels Koefoed for Hornslet in teak made in Denmark

    £2,000.00
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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
    £2,000.00
  • GPlan Sideboard (Fresco Collection)

    £1,450.00
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    GPlan Sideboard (Fresco Collection)

    Mid-Century sideboard from GPlan, designed by Victor Wilkins for his Fresco Collection in the 1960s.

    The sideboard is made up of a 4-drawer module in the center, on the right a bar cabinet and on the right a two-door cabinet. Manufactured in teak and afromorsia with a great finish.

    G Plan is a British furniture brand. It began as a pioneering range of furniture in the United Kingdom produced by E Gomme Ltd of High Wycombe.

     

    You can find more GPlan parts in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: FRS231222
    £1,450.00
  • Teak Sideboard by GPlan (Brasilia Collection)

    £1,450.00
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    Teak Sideboard by GPlan (Brasilia Collection)

    Teak sideboard by GPlan from the Brasilia collection designed by Victor B Wilkins around the 1960s in High Wycombe, UK.

    Victor B Wilkins was the designer of the G-Plan brand, being recognized for two of his great collections, Fresco and Brasília. Both collections retained the great influence that Ib Kofod Larsen had exerted on Victor Wilkins.

    This sideboard belongs to the Brasília collection and retains a stylized design, with minimalist lines. The curved handles add an organic touch to the sideboard. This sideboard is made up of a central module made up of 4 drawers, a bar cabinet on the right and a two-door cabinet on the left.

    G-plan, under E Gomme, hired famed Danish designer K. Larsen to relaunch the brand with his Scandinavian-influenced creations.

    G Plan is a furniture brand that is recognized for the high level of finishing detail and the great construction quality of its products.

     

    You can find more GPlan parts in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: Bra230323
    £1,450.00
  • Mid-Century Danish High Sideboard

    £1,440.00
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    Mid-Century Danish High Sideboard

    Mid-Century Danish high sideboard with minimalist and straight lines, typical of Scandinavian design.

    As a characteristic of this design, it is worth noting the break in the straight line with its handles, a detail that gives this sideboard movement.

    Made with the mastery typical of Danish furniture, the sideboard is finished with great detail. Its presence is increased thanks to the color and a vein of great beauty.

    You can find more sideboards in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: AA161222
    £1,440.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard (Dunoon Collection)

    £2,400.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunoon Collection)

    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 in teak marquetry of its doors.

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

    Cosmetically and structurally in excellent condition.

    You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £2,400.00
  • English Teak Sideboard from A Younger

    £1,500.00
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    English Teak Sideboard from A Younger

    This English teak sideboard brings us the successful duo of John Herbert as designer and A Younger Ltd as manufacturer.

    The sideboard belongs to the well-known Sequence collection.

    Made to be admired by the buyer, this sideboard will last at least another 50 years. Its dark African solid wood frame along with solid handles create a contrast to the walnut wood used for the drawers and cabinet giving it a stunning look.

    A Younger Ltd was a high-quality British furniture manufacturer that led style and contemporary taste in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. Younger furniture was low volume, well made, and aimed at the top end of the market. Younger was amongst the first firms to make Scandinavian-style furniture in the fifties. A lot of its success was due to its award-winning designer, John Herbert. The A Younger label is often discretely located on the back of a drawer, as its designs were often retailed by small, up-market furniture shops who didn’t like makers to identify their pieces.

    Its symmetry gives the sideboard an elegant look with beautiful solid organic handles.

    Find more sideboards in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: ZAZ23
    £1,500.00
  • Mid-Century Teak Sideboard by Johannes Andersen

    £1,600.00
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    Mid-Century Teak Sideboard by Johannes Andersen

    Mid-Century sideboard in teak designed by renowned designer Johannes Andersen, one of the most active mid-century designers in Denmark.

    The sideboard design is featured by symmetry, with a bank of 4 drawers n the center and two cupboards enclosed by sliding doors on each side. All were designed and handcrafted with the mastery of the Danish cabinetmakers of the time.

    Johannes Andersen designed this sideboard in Denmark in the Mid-Century, being one of the most active designers from 1950 to 1970.

    Andersen worked steadily for his own firm—as well as Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian companies such as Trensum, CFC Silkeborg, Bramin, and Uldum Møbelfabrik—until he closed his shop in his eighties. He passed away in 1991.

    Find more sideboards in Vintage14.

    SKU: JAS070922UK
    £1,600.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Skye Collection)

    £1,000.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Skye Collection)

    Mid-Century sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh in the 1960s.

    Made of zebra wood, it consists of a bench with three drawers and a storage module covered by two doors.

    £1,000.00
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    Sideboard from Younger (Sequence Collection)

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    Sideboard from Younger (Sequence Collection)

    John Herbert designed this sideboard in the United Kingdom in the 1960s for the A Younger brand.

    This sideboard belongs to the Sequence collection, where the artistic maturity of J Herbert and the influence of the design of the Scandinavian school, so necessary in the 60s, is noticeable.

    This piece of furniture consists of two modules, one with four drawers and the other with two doors.

    Built with teak and afrormosia, it has a structural frame, legs and handles in solid teak.


    Measurements

    167×45.5 Height 79cm

    £1,400.00
  • Mid-Century Danish Sideboard / Drinks Cabinet

    £2,000.00
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    Mid-Century Danish Sideboard / Drinks Cabinet

    Mid-Century Danish sideboard in dark teak with rosewood interiors.

    It consists of 4 sliding doors and three drawers at the bottom. The interior has a bar cabinet with a mirror and rosewood finishes.

    All the furniture is made with great mastery, typical of designer furniture made in Denmark in the mid-20th century.

    SKU: 290722TS2
    £2,000.00
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    Aparador Danés de teca

    £1,250.00
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    Aparador Danés de teca

    Mid-Century teak sideboard designed in the ’60s in Denmark. The cupboard contains all the features of the Danish designs with long handles and lively forms.

    The sideboard is shorter than other models we have in stock, and it is an exciting piece of furniture as a tv stand.


    Measurements

    198×46 Height 73cm

     

    SKU: DS250722
    £1,250.00
  • Mid-Century Sideboard from White & Newton by Arthur Edwards

    £1,500.00
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    Mid-Century Sideboard from White & Newton by Arthur Edwards

    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 as its austere linear form.

    Dimension 213×45 H75cm

    SKU: WNZAZJAN23
    £1,500.00
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    Greaves & Thomas Mid-Century teak sideboard

    £1,400.00
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    Greaves & Thomas Mid-Century teak sideboard

    Mid-Century sideboard from the English brand Greaves & Thomas built-in teak in the 60s.

    Greaves & Thomas was a London-based furniture maker based in Clapton, in the London Borough of Hackney, from 1911 till 1965.

    The sideboard features a minimalist design with vibrant teakwood; the sideboard is divided into two modules: a cupboard enclosed by two doors at the left side and a bank of drawers on its right, the first line up for the cutlery.


    Dimensions

    L.176 cm

    W. 43 cm

    H. 76 Cm

    SKU: Zaragoza DCS
    £1,400.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard (Eden Model)

    £1,500.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Eden Model)

    Fascinating creation of Tom Robertson, the Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh manufactured in the early ’70s under the name Eden.

    The structure is in high-quality laminated teak wood.

    The front features three drawers (the upper one with compartments for cutlery) and a double door that reveals two replicated individual modules (except for the fixed shelf, which has a different depth).

    Finally, it is worth highlighting the stylised shapes of its handles and the frame of turned legs, joined by a thin crossbar, which raises the structure and cherries to give an outstanding score to this captivating design.


    Measurement.

    L.175 cm

    W.45 cm

    H. 77 cm

    SKU: STEDMS
    £1,500.00
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    Sideboard by John Herbert for A Younger (Sequence Collection)

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    Sideboard by John Herbert for A Younger (Sequence Collection)

    This sideboard brings us the successful duo of John Herbert as designer and A Younger Ltd as manufacturer.

    The sideboard belongs to the well-known Sequence Collection.

    Made to be admired by the buyer, this sideboard will last at least another 50 years. Its dark African solid wood frame along with solid handles create a contrast to the walnut wood used for the drawers and cabinet giving it a stunning look.

    Its symmetry gives the sideboard an elegant look with beautiful solid organic handles.

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    McIntosh Sideboard In Rosewood, Dunfermline Collection

    £1,350.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard In Rosewood, Dunfermline Collection

    McIntosh sideboard was designed by Tom Robertson in Scotland for the Dunfermline  collection, the most iconic collection of the designer. The sideboard has a beautiful rosewood grain with vibrant Colors the sideboard has central two doors cupboard with a shaped tray to include tall 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.
    Dimension 213×45 H75cm

    SKU: RSD220622UK

    SKU: RSD220622UK
    £1,350.00
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    Mid Century Display Cabinet By McIntosh

    £500.00
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    Mid Century Display Cabinet By McIntosh

    Beautiful display cabinet or bookcase designed by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh in the 60’s, in Scotland.

    The bookcase has two glass sliding doors and one plain door in beautiful teakwood.

    Both, the wood and the structure have been restored completely by professionals.

    Condition report:

    Completely restored

    SKU: 90101882
    £500.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard Dunbar Collection (T Robertson)

    £1,675.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard Dunbar Collection (T Robertson)

    This sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland in the late 60’s.

    The sideboard has a symmetric designed, with a bank of drawers in the middle and two cupboards on each side. The right hand cupboard side has a pull-out tray to shape the cocktail storage. Top of the drawers with a cutlery tray.

    Professionally restored, all the structure is sturdy and tight.
    All teakwood sanded, re-polished and finished with a Danish oil.
    213×45 Height 75cm

    Condition report:

    Professionally restored, all the structure is sturdy and tight.
    All teakwood sanded, re-polished and finished with a Danish oil.

    In stunning condition.

    Restoring for sustainability

    Looking forward a new life!

    SKU: 60150886
    £1,675.00
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    Chest of drawers designed by Alphons Loebestein for Meredew in the ´60s.

    £900.00
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    Chest of drawers designed by Alphons Loebestein for Meredew in the ´60s.

    SKU: MCD170322
    £900.00