Chest of drawers designed by Alphons Loebestein for Meredew in the ´60s.
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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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Aparador de teca de los años 60, diseñado por Tom Robertson en Escocia para la marca A.H. McIntosh Kirkcaldy.
Este modelo pertenece a la colección Edinburg or Eden de Tom Robertson para Mcintosh y es uno de los modelos que se realizaron entre los años 68 y 72. Este aparador se diferencia de la collection Dunvegan y Dunfermline en el largo, teniendo 228cm de largo y siendo el aparador mas largo que McIntosh realizo en mitad del siglo XX . La simetría de su diseño le dota de mucha presencia, con unos tiradores alargados que le convierten en una pieza elegante y con un diseño atemporal. Tiene muchas capacidad gracias a sus 6 cajones y su armario central.
El grano de la veta y el color avellana de su teca son un valor añadido. Es un modelo inusual de cruzarse en nuestro camino
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.
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.
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