Teak sideboard by Axel Christiansen for ACO£2,800.00 Add to cart
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.
253×47 Height 80 cm£2,800.00
Danish chest of Drawers in teak.£650.00 Add to cart
Danish chest of Drawers in teak.
Danish chest of six drawers in teak.£650.00
Sideboard by John Herbert for A Younger (Sequence Collection)Read more
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.
Mid-Century Danish Tall Chest (5 Drawers)£649.00 Add to cart
Mid-Century Danish Tall Chest (5 Drawers)
This chest of drawers was a designed in teak with all the features of a typical Danish modern design, gorgeous teak wood and ample storage space. A stylish addition to your modern or vintage interior.
The chest is divided in 5 drawers of equal size to get a balance in its shape.
Unfortunately the key of the first drawer is missing.
One of the appealing of this chest of drawers is its teak, you may see in the photos how gorgeous is the shape in its grain.
Check the photos to appreciate a small restoration. It has been full restored but it still has a small scar of it past life.
All sanded, re-polished and finished in teak oil.
All drawers run smoothly.£649.00
Mid-Century Ercol Rocking Chair In Light Elm£890.00 Add to cart
Mid-Century Ercol Rocking Chair In Light Elm
Mid Century Ercol rocking chair in light elm. This rocking chair was designed in the 1960s by the furniture designer Lucian Ercolani for the manufacturer Ercol.
The shape and functionality make it an iconic design that continues to influence design and manufacture to this day.
This Ercol rocking chair is an old example of how elm was used. Nowadays, the new editions are heavier and made in Oak, Ash or Beech.
Ercol was established 101 years ago in 1920 by Italian designer Lucian R Ercolani in High Wycombe, the centre of English furniture making.
Although he intended to design and produce relevant and honest furniture, design and people were the cornerstones of his company from the very beginning. This remains true of the company today as it remains family-owned with Lucian’s grandson and great-grandson both in the business to continue his beliefs today. Design has always been at the heart of Ercol and has influenced a whole generation of designers worldwide.
Total height 94cm
Seat height 31cm
Armrest height 70cm
Total Length 76cm
Inside length 52cm
Total Width 78cm
This rocking chair was in a very poor state when it came to our workshop, thanks to our expertise restorer who use all his skills the rocking chair looks beautiful and sturdy and it is ready for a new life.
Professionally restorer, dismantle in full some parts remade with old elmwood to match the texture and colour.
It has been sanded and re-polished with an extra transparent finish to show the beauty of the elm grain.£890.00
Mid Century teak sideboard by McIntosh, Moy collection£1,250.00 Read more
Mid Century teak sideboard by McIntosh, Moy collection
Aparador diseñado por Tom Robertson para la marca Escocesa A.H. McIntosh, en lo años 60. Este aparador pertenece a la colección Moy de Tom Robertson y es el hermano pequeño del modelo Dunvegan.
Este aparado se configura con dos cuerpos, un grupo de tres cajones en su derecha, siendo el primero para guardar la cubertería, y un armario de dos puertas a la derecha. Todo ello acabado en madera de teca con una bella veta.
Este aparador es el primer modelo que Robertson diseño y se distingue de la edición posteriors por la forma y altura de las patas.
Medidas 151x45x Alto 75cm£1,250.00
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