This early Danish teak credenza (late 50’s / early 60’s) features graceful styling and craftsmanship throughout. The construction is exquisite, with virtually no warping or sagging after so many decades. You can set your watch to these lines. Just look at how precisely the doors shut without gaps. The drawers glide easily, while the space around their edges are so thin, you can barely fit a sheet of paper through.
This sideboard features a bounty of storage. Grasp the artfully carved recessed (coin-style) pulls of the sliding doors to reveal a spacious interior. Cathedral grain teak doors hide two spacious cabinet interiors with an adjustable / removable shelf in each section. The right side showcases a bank of stacked drawers. The top drawer is lined in green felt. Notice the matched grain pattern that transitions through the teak drawer fronts. This subtle technique is masterfully executed. This cabinet has an overall minimalist feel, but it’s nicely contrasted with a rounded overhung top edge. This more traditional element nicely incorporates a Danish Farmhouse style into an otherwise disciplined modern piece.
Excellent restored condition. Top has been professionally refinished by our in-house cabinet shop. Detailed top to bottom, inside and out.
72” long x 16.5” deep x 30.5” height