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    Dunvegan Sideboard by Tom Robertson for McIntosh

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    Dunvegan Sideboard by Tom Robertson for McIntosh

    Unusual Dunvegan sideboard, designed by Tom Robertson for the well-known brand A.H. McIntosh in Scotland in the 1960s.

    What surprises us about this specimen is that it preserves the texture of the rosewood and an impressive grain that stands out for the beauty of the organic shapes that form the waters of the grain and the strength of the contrast of the grain colors that combine browns, ocher blacks.

    This sideboard is made of rosewood and is divided into three units, the 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 being a cutlery and on the right a Bar cabinet that surprises us with an extendable tray finished in melamine to support drinks.

     

    You can find more pieces by A.H. McIntosh in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £2,100.00
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    McIntosh Extending Table (Eden Collection)

    £720.00
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    McIntosh Extending Table (Eden Collection)

    Extending table from the Scottish brand A.H. McIntosh made of teak belonging to the Eden collection.

    This table is a design by the famous Tom Robertson.

    It is an extendable round table with a central extension, also in teak, with a butterfly opening.

    Additional dimensions:

    Diameter: 114 cm

    Height: 76 cm

    Dimensions when the table is open: 158 x 114 cm

     

    You may find more extendable tables in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £720.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard with Drinks Cabinet

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    McIntosh Sideboard with Drinks Cabinet

    Sideboard with bar cabinet designed by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland in the 1960s.

    This sideboard is made of teak and is divided into two modules, the left one, made up of three drawers, the upper one incorporating divisions to organize the cutlery; and the right, larger, which hides a large drinks cabinet.

    We find an unusual design and distribution that is difficult to find today in original Mid-Century pieces. Its straight lines are complemented by the curved shapes present in the handles and legs, which makes the presence of this piece of furniture grow.

    You can find more pieces by A.H. McIntosh in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £1,400.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard in Teak (Moy Collection)

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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 smaller rooms.

    This sideboard is similar to the Dunvegan model but with smaller proportions and it is known as Moy.

    Dimensions.

    154×45 Height 75cm

     

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

    £1,450.00
  • Dunvegan Sideboard by Tom Robertson for McIntosh

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    Dunvegan Sideboard by Tom Robertson for McIntosh

    Dunvegan sideboard, designed by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland in the 1960s.

    This sideboard is made of teak and is divided into three units, the 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 being a cutlery and on the right a bar cabinet that It surprises us with an extendable tray finished in melamine to support the drinks.

    You can find more pieces by A.H. McIntosh in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    SKU: DUNS161222
    £1,500.00
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    McIntosh Extending Dining Table (Dunvegan)

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    McIntosh Extending Dining Table (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 159.5 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

    You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £1,250.00
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    Extending Table by Tom Robertson (McIntosh)

    £700.00
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    Extending Table by Tom Robertson (McIntosh)

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

    Manufactured in teak, this table opens in the center to allow access to the extension that is stored folded and spreads out like the wings of a butterfly, thus increasing the number of diners.

    The table has been checked and restored by the professionals in our own workshop, making this Mid-Century piece ready for a new life.

    Additional measures:

    Closed: 150 x 95 cm

    Extended: 195 x 95 cm

    Height: 74cm

     

    You can find more extending tables in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £700.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard Dunoon

    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunoon Collection)

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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
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    Mid-Century Extending Side Table from McIntosh

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    Mid-Century Extending Side Table from McIntosh

    Mid-Century Extendable Side Table designed by Tom Robertson for Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh & Co Ltd. in the 1960s.

    This piece is characterized by its simple and elegant lines made of teak wood, characteristic of Scandinavian furniture at the time.

    Another distinctive feature is marked by its two practical extensions of about 15 cm, lacquered in black and that function as trays.

    Its magnificent state of preservation and its timeless style make this side table a safe bet.

    You can find more side or sofa tables in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £450.00
  • 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.

    SKU: ST2M061022ZAZ
    £800.00
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    McIntosh Rosewood sideboard, Torpedo Collection.

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    McIntosh Rosewood sideboard, Torpedo Collection.

    Mid-Century sideboard designed by Tom Robertson in Scotland for the well-known brand A.H. McIntosh for his Dunfermline Collection.

    The rosewood used in the sideboard is Brazilian, which differs from other rosewoods due to the beauty of its organic forms and the color contrast of its grain.

    With three storage modules, three drawers on the left, a two-door cabinet in the center and a bar cabinet with a pull-out tray on the right, this sideboard has plenty of storage capacity.

    Completely restored and in perfect usable condition with all its original features.

    Find more sideboards in the Vintage14 catalogue.

    £0.00
  • Sideboard from McIntosh (Moy Collection)

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    Sideboard from McIntosh (Moy Collection)

    Tom Roberston designed this sideboard for A.H. McIntosh in the ´60s in Scotland, for the well-known Moy Collection.

    This sideboard is considered the small Dunvegan, all the main features of the Dunvegan collection are also in this example.

    It comes with a bank of three drawers on the left, the first one lining up for the cutlery, and on its right a  two doors cupboard containing a shaped shelf that gives us the opportunity to store tall items like bottles or jars.

    The sideboard has a smooth oily finish.

    Find more sideboard in Vintage14 catalogue.

    £1,400.00
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    Mid-Century Dining Table from McIntosh (Model T2)

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    Mid-Century Dining Table from McIntosh (Model T2)

    Mid-Century dining table designed by Tom Robertson in the 1960s for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland (Model T2).

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

    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 74 cm.

    The extension measures 45.5 cm


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    Mid-Century Dining Table from McIntosh

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    Mid-Century Dining Table from McIntosh

    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 provide it with a larger use-surface.

    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 74 cm.

    The extension measures 45.5 cm

    SKU: T2-2180722ZAZ
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

    £1,350.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

    McIntosh sideboard designed by Tom Robertson in Scotland for the Dunvegan collection, the most iconic of the designer.

    The sideboard has a central cupboard with two doors, a cupboard with a tray on the right and three drawers on the left, the first drawer prepared for cutlery.

    SKU: DUN2-210722UK
    £1,350.00
  • McIntosh Mid-Century Table with Chairs (Dunvegan)

    £1,600.00
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    McIntosh Mid-Century Table with Chairs (Dunvegan)

    McIntosh table and chairs set.

    The set is composed of:

    Extendable round table with a teak board, belonging to the Dunvegan collection that Tom Robertson designed in the 1960s in Scotland.

    Set of 4 teak chairs with black vinyl upholstery. These chairs were designed for this table, so they fit perfectly to it and it is possible to collect them under the table.

    Although this is a personal opinion, the chairs are very comfortable.

    Table dimensions:

    Diameter 122 cm

    Height 73 cm

    Dimensions when the table is open: 167 x 122 cm

    Chair measurements:

    Depth 48 x 43 cm

    Overall height 71 cm

    Seat height 45 cm

    £1,600.00
  • McIntosh Sideboard (Skye Collection)

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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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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

    £1,300.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Collection)

    McIntosh sideboard designed by Tom Robertson in Scotland for the Dunvegan collection, the most iconic of the designer.

    The sideboard has a central cupboard with two doors, a cupboard with a tray on the right and three drawers on the left, the first drawer prepared for cutlery.

    SKU: 290722DUN4
    £1,300.00
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    Mid-Century McIntosh Sideboard (Dumbar Collection)

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    Mid-Century McIntosh Sideboard (Dumbar Collection)

    McIntosh teak sideboard included in the Dunbar collection.

    Designed by Tom Robertson for A.H McIntosh and Co., it was made in the ´60s in Scotland.

    It is featured for its balanced design, creating symmetry. This sideboard has plenty of storage capacity, with four central drawers, first linen for cutlery. Two doors cabinets on each side. One with a pull-out tray covered in melamine to prepare your drinks. Zoom the photos to appreciate the beauty of the shaped grain teak.

     

    SKU: ZAZDunbar241121
    £1,500.00
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    Mid-Century McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Model)

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    Mid-Century McIntosh Sideboard (Dunvegan Model)

    A.H Mcintosh of Kirkcaldy mid-century ‘Dunvegan’ sideboard.

    The sideboard is a stunning and iconic design by Tom Robertson for a. H McIntosh Kirkcaldy. This sideboard is well proportionated and light on its feet. Elegant metal handles add extra beauty to this streamlined design. The cupboard and drawers gave you plenty of storage to easily organize your dining living room. One of its features is its first cutlery drawer. Created in the ’60s in Scotland.

    The cabinet on the right has a double-hinged drop-down door with a designated drinks storage area. At the top of this cupboard is a concealed pull out slide tray with a melamine surface for drink preparation. Again, itsThe sideboard well-thought design makes this a popular sideboard.

    Condition report:

    Materials: Beautifully crafted from teak.
    Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a ‘good as new’ professional finish.

    Construction: Joints are stress-tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid.
    All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping

    £1,100.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard by Tom Robertson (Sunburst Collection)

    £1,900.00
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    McIntosh Sideboard by Tom Robertson (Sunburst Collection)

    Sideboard designed by Tom Robertson for AH Mcintosh in Scotland in the 60s for one of his more relevant collections, the Sunburst Collection. The name is due to the fact that it is built in vibrant teak marquetry.

    It comes with beautiful solid handles in organic shapes. It was not handcrafted from a stunning and vibrant teak for the sideboard and especially for the sunburst marquetry work.

    These three modules give us a lot of storage space for our room, featuring an inner drawer on the left, channel above for cutlery, two sliding doors enclosing an additional divided compartment with a shelf and a cocktail tray on the right with a drop-down door containing a black melamine covered pull-out tray.

    £1,900.00
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    McIntosh Chest Of Drawers By Tom Robertson

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    McIntosh Chest Of Drawers By Tom Robertson

    Beautiful chest of drawers designed in Scotland in the ‘60s by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh.

    It comes with three drawers and with a long and elegant handles.

    All the structure and wood has been restored.

    Condition report:

    Completely restored
    Sanded and re-polished with sn oily finished

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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunfermline Collection)

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    McIntosh Sideboard (Dunfermline Collection)

    McIntosh sideboard in rosewood by Tom Robertson (Dunfermline Collection)

    This long sideboard made by A. H. Mcintosh in the 60s in Scotland was designed by Tom Robertson and it belongs to his Dunfermline Collection, known also as Torpedo.

    With 3 drawers (top one with cutlery division), a cabinet with two doors in the middle, and a cocktail cabinet that includes a pull-out tray covered in a nice Black Melamine, this sideboard has plenty of storage.

    This sideboard is an excellent piece with a stunning rosewood grain, the sideboard has been completely restored by professionals putting special attention in all the stages of the refurbishment has been sanded and re-polished to enhance the beauty of its grain.

    Structurally and aesthetically it is in excellent condition. It looks vibrant again and ready for a new life.

  • 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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    Mid-Century Sideboard by Meredew (Brown Leather Handles)

    £1,675.00
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    Mid-Century Sideboard by Meredew (Brown Leather Handles)

    Robert Heritage was adept at coming up with new ideas, which is a good example. Meredew, in the 1950s – 1960s, was aiming at the middle market and did nothing to push the boundaries until around 1968. Our catalogue from January 1969 introduces this fantastic model and two others, presumably by Loebenstein and his in-house team.

    Robert Heritage is probably best known for his many designs for the high-quality maker Archie Shine, but he was an independent designer. He worked for several other British furniture makers over the years and was an influential professor of design at the RCA.

    Heritage had a fantastic ability to come up with designs that looked different from each other. No other Heritage style links his creations, so his work for Archie Shine is different from that for other companies, and this model shares no features with anything else he designed. In this model, we see how he brilliantly mixed the teak with brown leather for the handles.
    We have here an example of its mastery with a beautiful and well crafted and finished teak, too. This sideboard gives us the opportunity to divide spaces due to its well-finished backside.

    It has been sanded and re-polished in full.
    It is in excellent condition structurally and aesthetically.

    Condition report:

    Materials: Beautifully crafted from teak.
    Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a ‘good as new’ professional finish.
    Construction: Joints are stress-tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid.
    All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping

    SKU: 82911124
    £1,675.00
  • Mid Century McIntosh Dunvegan Sideboard (Metal Handles)

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    Mid Century McIntosh Dunvegan Sideboard (Metal Handles)

    A.H Mcintosh of Kirkcaldy mid-century ‘Dunvegan’ sideboard.

    The sideboard is a stunning and iconic design by Tom Robertson for a. H McIntosh Kirkcaldy. This sideboard is well proportionated and light on its feet. Elegant metal handles add extra beauty to this streamlined design. The cupboard and drawers gave you plenty of storage to easily organize your dining living room. One of its features is its first cutlery drawer. Created in the ’60s in Scotland.

    The cabinet on the right has a double-hinged drop-down door with a designated drinks storage area. At the top of this cupboard is a concealed pull out slide tray with a melamine surface for drink preparation. Again, itsThe sideboard well-thought design makes this a popular sideboard.

    Condition report:

    Materials: Beautifully crafted from teak.
    Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a ‘good as new’ professional finish.
    Construction: Joints are stress-tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid.
    All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping

    SKU: 92085714
    £1,466.00
  • Mid-Century teak folding table by Tom Robertson for McIntosh

    Mid-Century Teak Folding Table (McIntosh)

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    Mid-Century Teak Folding Table (McIntosh)

    Mid-Century teak folding table designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh in the 60s. This table is very useful, you can store it easily and once open it can seat up 6 people comfortably. It has a beautiful design once open due to the cross of its legs.

    Condition report:

    Excellent — This vintage piece is in near original condition. It may show minimal traces of use and/or have slight restorations.

    £450.00