A Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) sideboard, made in France circa 1958.
This chest features six deep set drawers which graduate in height providing versatile and practical storage in a compact unit. The chest features turned rosewood handles. Measurements: Drawers 60.5cm wide 36.5cm deep 10.5cm, 10.5cm, 13.5cm, 16cm and 18.5cm high.
This carved Gustavian cupboard retains the original lock and key and is from circa 1790.
This Minimalist sideboard in rosewood with a spacious bar cabinet in the middle features chrome details.
This low and compact chest of drawers with simple Scandinavian lines stands on a compass base and features four drawers integrating the handles into the design, thus creating a break in lines. It is made of solid wood and veneer. The drawers are 7 cm high.
This lacquered chinoiserie chest of drawers with painted and gilt decoration is from circa 1800.
This sideboard was designed and manufactured by HP Hansen in Denmark. It is made of teak with a border on the front top and sides of the sideboard.
- Small solid walnut sideboard from Gordon Russell, 1950s - Rosewood handles and fluted doors - Original finish, but cleaned and oiled - An uncommon Gordon Russell design with label to back of cabinet
This sideboard was manufactured by Laukaan Puu Finland in the late 1950s as a limited edition. The Pirkka range was designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1955 and it alludes to the forms of Finnish rustic furniture. It features a dark varnished pine and beech structure with green rexine doors and black painted wooden legs.
This Empire commode was produced in France in the 1900s. It features columns and drawers on the front, two side doors, small compartments, brass handles and a blue top. The rising are shaped in paw feet. It is made from cherrywood.
A sideboard from the 1960s, produced by Hellerau after a design by Franz Ehrlich. The chest of drawers comes from the 602 series, which was a German response to Scandinavian 1960s simplicity, shapes, and modernity in design. Ehrlich was a designer, graphic designer, and architect who was a pupil and assistant at the Bauhaus School in Dessau. In 1934 he was sentenced to conspiracy and two years later he was sent to a camp in Buchenwald.
This sideboard is made of teak veneer and was designed in the 1960s or 1970s.
- Striking Art Deco Hague school oak sideboard by J.A.Muntendam for L.O.V - Original and solid ebony macassar knobs on drawer and door - In good original condition with minor wear consistent with age and use preserving a patina
A sculptural and organically shaped mid-century sideboard of Scottish make by top of the line manufacturer Beithcraft with a cross-base.
This Art Deco sideboard was produced around 1920. The piece of exceptional quality is made from Rio rosewood, solid oak and mahogany. The center drawers are in sycamore which is reminiscent of the designs by Jules Leleu with three doors, two of which are lockable with two original keys. This piece has been fully restored and professionally polished and is in very good condition throughout
Diese Vintage Mid-Century Kommode wurde in Deutschland in den 60er Jahren hergestellt. Sie besteht aus Teak und hat eine schwarze Glasplatte. Die Kommode befindet sich in einem sehr guten Vintage Zustand.
- Large factory chest of drawers in pine - Features solid pine drawers and sides and a solid oak top - Fitted with brass handles with cardholders - Retains the original brass corner protectors on the plinth - Produced in Germany around the 1940s - Each drawer measures 40cm wide x 51cm deep x 17cm high - All the drawers run smoothly
This commode was produced in the 1960s by Fröseke, AB Nybrofabriken in Sweden. Its design is attributed to Poul Nørreklit. It is made from rosewood and brass and features two drawers.