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Bar Cabinet ‘Paola’ by Oswald Vermaercke for VForm

1150,00

Availability: Sold
Reference number: #25079

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Designer: Vermaercke Oswald
Location of item : BE
Seller: Vintage Design Point

The bar cabinet ‘Paola’ was designed by Oswald Vermaercke for V-form. This Belgian production is created in 1959, in the year the beautiful Paola was married with prince Albert. This cabinet is made of teak. The pure design is both functional and decorative. You can open the bar with the upper sliding door. It can be illuminated. This high quality bar cabinet is in good vintage condition with normal signs of age and use. Height: 123 cm Width: 130 cm Depth: 39

Weight25 kg
Dimensions120 × 45 × 120 cm
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  • Store Name: Vintage Design Point
  • Vendor: Vintage Design Point
  • Address: 2, Vendelierstraat
    2340 Beerse

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