Materials: Beautifully crafted from teakwood/ rosewood/ oakwood / beechwood.
Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded in a hand mechanic manner to avoid the use of chemical strippers and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a "good as new" professional finish. All the products used in the restoration process are environment-friendly
Construction: Joints are stress tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid. All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping.
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Fascinating creation of the Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh manufactured in 1965 under the name Eden.
The structure is in high quality laminated teak wood.
The front features a set of 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 each has a different depth).
Finally, it is worth highlighting the stylized shapes of its handles, together with the frame of turned legs, joined by a thin crossbar, which raise the structure, cherries to give an outstanding score to this captivating design.
This two units or cabinets can be used as one bookcase and they would need any system to fix it to a wall or as two singles cabinets.
Both are in metal, with plenty of storage room.
One of the drawers is divided in three.
They are in excellent conditions of used with its industrial look.
Additional dimensions information:
As two cabinets 91.5 cm x 31 cm H84 cm and 91.5 cm x 31 cm H 79.5 cm
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.