Vintage Dunvegan teak sideboard by Tom Robertson for H. Mcintosh and Co Ltd., UK 1960

Spain
$2,712.87

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About this vintage design furniture

Sideboard from the renowned Scottish firm A. H. Mcintosh and Co Ltd. Kirkaldy Scotland. A gem of mid-century furniture design, in line with the Scandinavian designs that were popular at that time. The Dunvegan model consists of three drawers, with central storage space with two doors and a bar cabinet. Made of teak in the 60s, with turned handles on all its drawers and doors. Of the three doors, one folds down as a bar cabinet including an elegant removable white cocktail tray and a space for bottles. The top drawer has a lined interior and dividers for cutlery. It is in an unbeatable state of carpentry and finishes, since it has been completely restored. A timeless piece that will never lose its value. * The photographs correspond to a piece already sold. There may be variations in the wood grain or slight color differences between the sideboards available in this model. If you have questions, contact us without obligation. Reference : 303370

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Features

Length
202 cm
Height
75 cm
Depth
45 cm
Designer
Tom ROBERTSON
Condition
Restored
Style
Scandinavian
Period
1960s
Origin
US & UK
Colour
Wood
Secondary colour
Wood
Main material
Teak

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  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Tom ROBERTSON

Tom Robertson is an Australian designer based in Sydney, born in 1978. He is known for his minimalist approach and clean aesthetic. Robertson studied industrial design at the University of Technology, Sydney, graduating in 2002.

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