• Rosewood sideboard by White and Newton, England 1960

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    Rosewood sideboard by White and Newton, England 1960

    In the 1960s, Philip Hussey designed a stunning Rosewood sideboard for The Rogate collection, created for the high-end cabinet maker White and Newton in Portsmouth, England.

    This sideboard is a rare find in the market. It has been entirely restored by a professional restorer, preserving all of its original features. The design is very refined, with no handles and a beautiful wavy shape in solid teakwood for the drawers that cleverly hide the handles. The cabinet doors of the sideboard are made of stunning Brazilian rosewood veneer for the hinged doors, making it a truly remarkable piece of furniture.


    L. 209 cm

    W. 45 cm

    H. 76 cm

  • White and Newton sideboard (Peterfield collection)

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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)


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

  • Mcintosh Dunoon Teak Sideboard

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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.


    Length: 213 cm

    Width: 45 cm

    Height: 82 cm