Chest of drawers designed by Alphons Loebestein for Meredew in the ´60s.
1 in stock
1 in stock
Width: 45.5 cm
Length: 98 cm
Height: 106 cm
Weight: 30 kg
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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Kurt Østervig designed this sideboard in Denmark in 1960.
Vibrant teakwood is the perfect canvas for this sleek, Scandinavian design. Stunning in its simplicity, this piece features a long linear cabinet adorned only with subtle organic detailing to the handles. A true ode to Danish modernism.
With a bank of drawers on the left and a cupboard enclose by plain sliding doors, this stunning piece gives plenty of storage place.
This is a sideboard aimed squarely at the top of the market, a luxurious Scandinavian offering that would have turned heads in the mid-20th century and continues to do so today.
Materials: Beautifully crafted from teakwood
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.
Teak sideboard designed by Nils Jonsson for Troeds in the 1960s in Scandinavia
This sideboard consists of two sliding doors and a bench with four drawers in the center.
The furniture is made of teak and its entire interior is made of fir wood.
The sideboard is in perfect condition, all its drawers and doors open and close correctly.