This sideboard was designed and manufactured in Denmark during the 1960s. It is made from brasilian rosewood with recessed pulls and tambour doors. Height adjustable shelves and four drawers. Inside is also finished in rosewood veneer. It’s a free standing sideboard finished on reverse side. The handles are in wood. It’s a very rare and special piece and was completly restored.
Rosewood Sideboard, 1960s
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This sideboard was designed and manufactured in Denmark during the 1960s.
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Reference number: #66477
|Dimensions||220 × 48 × 80 cm|
15, 1096, 1097
|Location of item||Portugal|
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