Beautiful rosewood vintage sideboard Credenza by Karl-Erik Ekselius for JOC Möbler in Vetlanda 1960s Sweden. A vintage sideboard with lovely patterns and the design is clean and simple. Large sliding doors and good storage options with great design. Inside there is adjustable shelving and three pull out trays to the left. This `no trace of use` sideboard was an overleft from the fabric and have never been in private property. Very good vintage condition! Measures: 200 cmL, 78 cmH and 49,5 cmW. Karl Erik Stig Ekselius (1914 – 1998) was a Swedish midcentury furniture designer. Ekselius was eduacated in the 1930s at Carl Malmsten and later in Germany. He worked at JOC Möbel AB in Vetlanda as an employee and from 1961 as owner. Inspired by Danish design, he designed furniture for companies where he had his breakthrough at the H55 exhibition in Helsingborg in 1955. He subsequently became more international in his design, as is evident in the furniture he designed for the Dag Hammarskjöld Library in New York.
Midcentury Rosewood sideboard Credenza by Karl-Erik Ekselius, Sweden 1960s
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Beautiful rosewood vintage sideboard Credenza by Karl-Erik Ekselius
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Reference number: #89027
|Dimensions||49 × 200 × 78 cm|
|Designer(s)||Ekselius Karl Erik|
|Location of item||Sweden|
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