1950’s Swedish Satin Wood Chest of Drawers
A very large, impressive and stylish chest of drawers, this was made in Sweden and it dates from the 1950-60’s. It is made from satin wood, we have had it stripped and re-polished to a very high standard, the condition is superb throughout. It’s extremely rare to find a mid-century chest so large and also so elegant, this has sixteen drawers for maximum storage capacity.
Width – 120 cm
Depth – 40 cm
Height – 120 cm
1970’s Vintage Italian Coffee Table
A magnificent vintage coffee table, this was made in Italy and dates from the 1970’s. It’s very well made in black formica with a brass trim, and in great condition for its age. There is just some extremely minor surface wear here and there, the brass trim has one or two extremely minor dings, hardly noticeable. The top slides apart in the middle to reveal a useful storage space which also has a brass trim.
Width – 135 cm Open – 163 cm
Depth – 75 cm
Height – 35 cm
1950’s Vintage Italian Mahogany Sideboard
A beautiful and elegant vintage sideboard in Mahogany, this was made in Italy and it dates from the 1950-60’s. The quality is fantastic, it has amazing sliding tambour doors, brass handles and brass feet caps. We have had this stripped and re-polished to a very high standard, the condition is superb throughout.
Width – 194 cm
Depth – 46 cm
Height – 74 cm
1960’s Danish Teak Sideboard by Poul Hundevad
A stunning and rare vintage teak sideboard, this was made in Denmark and was designed by Poul Hundevad. It dates from the 1960’s, we have had this stripped and re-polished to a very high standard, the condition is superb throughout. This is low, sleek and elegant while also providing lots of useful storage space.
Width – 139 cm
Depth – 43 cm
Height – 56 cm
Console Table By German designer Peter Ghycz
Glass top console table with brass sides and steel rod stretchers.. This piece is of exceptional quality and design, with a very thick glass top clamped between the side tops and with engraved details on sides and base.
By German designer Peter Ghycz. Ca. 1970-80s.
Dimensions:W 102cm (40.2″)H 71cm (28″)D 40cm (15.7″)