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Sideboards, Coffee Tables, Trolleys & Desks


  • Rosewood laminate set of drawers by AEJM Mobler, Denmark (1970s)

    Rosewood laminate set of drawers by AEJM Mobler, Denmark (1970s)

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    A beautiful rosewood laminate cabinet designed and produced in Denmark by AEJM Mobler in the 1970’s. Fitted with 4 drawers with brass handles.  In good vintage condition with some light scratches to the top (photographed)

    We have 2 matching sliding door cabinets that match this piece.

    Dimensions 

    W 90cm

    D 42cm

    H 48 cm

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  • A 1960's Danish Teak Two Door Cabinet (Denmark) 1960s

    A 1960's Danish Teak Two Door Cabinet (Denmark) 1960s

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    A 1960's Danish Teak Two Door Cabinet with single adjustable shelf,

    stamped MADE IN DENMARK,

    Dimensions 80(l)x46(d)x71(h)cm

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  • Mid century G Plan sideboard 4021 designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen (1960s) UK

    Mid century G Plan sideboard 4021 designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen (1960s) UK

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    Solid teak with sycamore lined drawers. New baized cutlery drawer.

    A mid-century G Plan sideboard 4021 designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen. Solid teak with sycamore lined drawers and square handles. Central five drawer section, flanked by single door cupboards, each with a single interior shelf, secured by a magnet. On turned tapering supports.

    L167.5cm x D48cm x H76.5 

    Ib Kofod Larsen, Born in 1921, studied at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts and later worked as an apprentice to renowned Danish furniture designer Kaare Klint.

    Larsen's designs were characterised by their clean lines, organic forms, and attention to detail. During the 1950s and 1960s, Larsen gained international recognition for his innovative designs, which were highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. His collaborations with various furniture manufacturers, including G-Plan in the United Kingdom, further solidified his reputation as a leading figure in modern furniture design.

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  • Teak siding glass door cabinet (1970s)

    Teak siding glass door cabinet (1970s)

    £450.00

    A 1960/70's teak cabinet with two glazed sliding doors on turned legs.  We have  sanded and oiled the cabinet and the glass is in excellent condition.

    Dimensions - 76 x 26 x 59 cm

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  • Tambour doored music cabinet by Vantinge Mobelindustri (1970s) Denmark

    Tambour doored music cabinet by Vantinge Mobelindustri (1970s) Denmark

    £1,200.00

    A teak, tambour doored music cabinet, manufactured in Denmark by Vantinge Mobelindustri in the 1970s.

    To the left of the he cabinet are 4 compartments for vinyl.  The central column comprising of 3 draws with cut away handles, has a top compartment with sections for cassette tapes.  The other 2 drawers are leather lined. There is single shelf to the right of the drawers.  

    The tambour doors run smoothly.

    Stamped to the underside

    Dimensions 121 x 47 x 75 cm

    Vantinge Möbelfabrik, commonly known as Vantinge Mobelindustri, is a Danish furniture manufacturer that was established in 1943 by Johannes Vantinge in  Denmark. The company began as a small workshop producing wooden furniture, mainly for the local market.  In the 1960s it became known for its high-quality, Scandinavian-designed furniture establishing partnerships with designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, and Finn Juhl.

     

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  • Faux rosewood magazine/vinyl rack (1960s)

    Faux rosewood magazine/vinyl rack (1960s)

    £300.00

    A 1960/ faux rose wood and tubular magazine rack with table top. In excellent condition.

    Dimensions 49x19x43 cm

     

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  • Rosewood Flip-Flop Expandable Cart with Removable Tray by Grete Jalk (Denmark) 1960s

    Rosewood Flip-Flop Expandable Cart with Removable Tray by Grete Jalk (Denmark) 1960s

    £1,350.00

    A mid century rosewood flip top table with removable serving tray. Swivel top allows the surface space to double in size. designed by Grete Jalk of Denmark (1960s)

    Brass hinges. Four original classic chrome wheels.

    Dimensions: w: 70cm x d: 44cm x h:65cm
    Fully opened: 89cm x 70cm

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  • Japanese series 4 drawer chest by Cees Braakman for Pastoe, Netherlands 1950s

    Japanese series 4 drawer chest by Cees Braakman for Pastoe, Netherlands 1950s

    £900.00

    Part of his Japanese series of designs this chest has 4 stacked drawers with iconic inset black plastic handles and his signature curved drawer interior. 

    Available to view in store

    Dimensions W 75cm D 45cm H 57cm

    Dutch designer Cees Braakman was born in Utrecht in 1917. At the age of 17, he began working at Pastoe, a Utrecht-based furniture manufacturer, where he learned the trade. His father, D.L. Braakman (1885-1966), was then the company’s head draftsman and manager. In 1948, following the Second World War (during which time the factory was dismantled), Braakman followed in his father’s footsteps, taking on the role of Pastoe’s manager and designer, where he would remain until 1978.

    In 1947, Braakman was sent to the United States to observe other manufacturers’ designs and practices. He was particularly inspired by the Herman Miller Company and by Charles and Ray Eames. Upon his return to the Netherlands, he began experimenting with bent plywood and created Pastoe’s first modern furniture line. He went on to develop several lines of popular furniture, marked by clean, elegant lines and a sense of proportion tailored to smaller living spaces. During the 1950s and ’60s, Braakman placed particular emphasis on modular storage solutions. In 1955, Pastoe launched Braakman’s Made-to-Measure cabinets, which allowed customers to choose from a variety of woods and configurations and self-assemble them. In 1957, the teak version of the Made-to-Measure furniture system earned a silver medal at the 1957 Triennale in Milan. In 1958, Braakman introduced the more formal, similarly clean-lined U+N cabinet series (this collection, in contrast, was not meant to be assembled by the end user). Notably, Braakman’s Mobilo (Model PE03) cart (1953) is included in Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum. He passed away in Utrecht in 1995.

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  • ON HOLD Teak sideboard by Everest Furniture, 1960s (UK)

    ON HOLD Teak sideboard by Everest Furniture, 1960s (UK)

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    The central bank of this Everest sideboard has three drawers, the top one containing an internal sliding cutlery drawer.  2 double door cabinets both contain 1 drawer and the door handles are formed from turned brass. The sideboard is raised on tapering turned feet.

    We have sanded the cabinet and treated with a quality danish oil

    Everest were a small British company selling through independent quality shops like Heals of London and Chapmans of Newcastle.


    Dimensions 222 x 43 x 72cm high

     


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