A stunning Scandinavian design, Teak sideboard made in Germany circa 1960s. This tall buffet is an attractive piece depicting true mid-century design and style. The interior and the inner shelves reveal a contrasting wood finished in oak. Notice the beautifully tapered legs. It is an amazing piece of furniture hardly ever available or found in South Africa.
Great for all dining room crockery, cutlery, glassware & drinks, etc.
This sideboard consists of:
-A hinged drop-front door that will work great as a serving area,
-Four Sliding doors with the top tier shelved (behind the top sliders). The bottom tier behind the two sliding doors reveals good additional storage.
-Five beautiful drawers
The wood has been fully restored and sealed and it is in overall great condition. Small imperfections here and there that are consistent with its vintage age and use. Minor veneer age-related wear in some places, hardly noticeable as all restored and touched up.
220cm W X 42,7cm D X 141,2cm H
As with most Mid-Century pieces, it is a good combination of solid wood and a high-quality wood veneer. The quality, old veneer was long-lasting and for this reason, it can be retouched or sanded and refinished. The history of veneer on furniture is a long and honorable tradition, and it depends on the workmanship, condition and thickness of the veneer itself.
CAPE TOWN & DURBAN shipment is NOT calculated at check-out. When purchasing an item and you are based in either Cape Town, Durban, or outside Gauteng, SELECT LOCAL PICK-UP at check-out (DO NOT SELECT A SHIPMENT OPTION). Delivery to these areas is quoted based on the dimensions of the item/s bought. We can unfortunately not reserve any items until such a time that transport or shipping has been finalized. The item should be purchased and checked out. After purchase, we will assist you with costs to these areas from our preferred supplier. Refer to our shipping policy.
Although all effort is made to refurbish our furniture to best represent their original state, it must be noted that most of the items we source date between the 1950s to the late 1970s. For this reason and although restored, signs of their vintage condition & age might still be visible. We will normally point out any visible/notable concerns. Take note of all photos or view the item in-store prior to purchasing.