This extra long sideboard was designed by Poul Cadovius in teak and manufactured by Cado in Denmark in the 1960s and is in very good original condition.
This French demilune chest originates from the 19th century. It features typical Louis XVI ornaments, two central drawers, two pull-out drawers and two side doors. The top has the original Carrara marble which is in a very good antique condition. The commode has been fully restored with a new finish in light blue in a Gustavian style.
This 18th century Swedish Bombe commode in bleached elm retains the original hardware. It was produced circa 1760, and has a depth of 54 cm at the top.
This chest of drawers was designed by Børge Mogensen for FDB in the 1950s. It is made from oak, with brass handles and sits on a solid oak base.
This sideboard was designed by Richard Hornby in the United Kingdom during the 1960s. The piece is made from African teak and has been recently restored. The sideboard features four drawers as well as two doors with storage space hidden behind.
This floating sideboard or wall mounted cabinet from the 207 Series was designed by Helmut Magg in Munich in 1957. This unit comprises two mountable cabinets. It is possible to split up the wall unit, as there are enough supports to mount each cabinet separately. The suspension system is made of new black coated metal supports. The cabinets are original and finished with leather handles. There are both sliding doors and a door that closes with a magnet.
This floating sideboard by Horst Brüning for Behr, of economical design, features brushed aluminum sliding doors, each containing shelves and four drawers.
Heute machen wir einen Ausflug. Dass wir das Vertraute lieben – das klassische Mid-Century Design der 50er und 60er Jahre – heißt ja nicht, dass wir nicht auch mal einen Abstecher in die 80er machen können. Dieses Sideboard sei Anlass genug. Als vor dreißig Jahren die Jute-statt-Plastik-Bewegung auf dem Vormarsch war und in bürgerlichen Haushalten vermehrt Gedanken darüber aufkamen, womit man sich in seinen eigenen vier Wänden so umgibt, wollte ein tapferes Schreinerlein beweisen, dass...
This chest of drawers by Scottish manufacturer Morris of Glasgow is in Australian walnut. It features three large drawers with solid sycamore knobs.
This small commode or sideboard was produced in Denmark in the 1950s.
- Italian five-door sideboard from the mid-century - Walnut, mahogany, and maple wood inlay on the doors - Complete with working keys - Central door equipped with five internal drawers - 4 side doors complete with original shelves - Basement separable from the sideboard - Body of the sideboard built in a single block and not divisible
- French sideboard veneered in poplar briar wood - Doors in parchment - Two glass handles embellish the doors - Semicircular in its form - Black frame around the doors - Three black legs in a c-shape
- Solid oak with original green lacquered wooden panel and macassar ebony knobs - Marked with metal tag and brand marked and three original keys - In good original condition with minor wear consistent with age and use - Preserving a patina
This sideboard in teak with two reversible sliding doors (black painted or natural teak) was designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast. It features a raised edge and curved drawers.
With a width of 275.5 centimeters this sideboard is exceptionally large. The size gives an opportunity for multiple purposes. The front holds three sliding doors. Two sliding doors have a shelf behind them and the middle door hides a fixed shelf and three smaller drawers. There is also a front part that holds two larger drawers. The white part above these drawers is fixed and the compartment behind this part can be reached from lifting the top, as shown on images. This compartment was used for...
- Sideboard produced by Jentiques in wood stained in a honey brown-blond color # - Has a darker brown effect on the doors - Features doors with almond handles and a central set of three drawers of different depth - Top drawer is equipped with compartments for cutlery
This model 40 teak chest of drawers was designed by Kai Kristiansen for Felballes Mobelfabrik, Denmark in 1958. It features four drawers and turned and tapered legs.
This Scandinavian Rococo style chest was manufactured in the 19th century. It features gilded bronze hardware, locks and key.