This 19th century chest of drawers is made of oak.
This small teak dresser or console was designed by Kai Kristiansen and produced by Feldballes Møbelfabrik in the 1960s. It features four drawers with eyelid drawer pulls typical of Kristiansen´s designs.
This rosewood chest of drawers was produced in Denmark circa 1960.
This Edwardian oak desk was produced by the high-end manufacturer, Globe Wernicke. It features a pull-up door that reveals several drawers and storage spaces. The pull-up door can be locked using the desk´s original key The table boasts two columns of side drawers below a large table top. It can be dismantled into 5 parts and can, therefore, be transported easily. The table has been recently housed and used in an English museum.
This teak and oak chest with six drawers was designed by Kai Kristiansen in the 1960s.
This sideboard in rosewood features a diamond-shaped lemon tree decor with a central motif. The marquetry was made with different species of exotic wood and all the bronzes are present as well as the keys.
This Hungarian Applied Art sideboard with a leather inlay on its doors features an oak frame and cylindrical legs.
- Sideboard aus den 1960er Jahren - Korpus in Teak furniert mit Massivholzkanten an der Vorderseite - Eine mit Resopal beschichtete Schiebetür in Schwarz - Neue Hairpin-Beine in Schwarz
This mid-century Abstrakta sideboard was designed by Jos De Mey for Van Den Berghe. It is made of solid and veneered mahogany matched with brass hinges and keyholes.
This chest of drawers was produced by Andreas Hansen in Denmark in the 1960s. It is made of solid Brazilian rosewood.
This brown mahogany credenza features five graphical door panels, each with a circular three-dimensional pattern. Its robust appearance is emphasized by its base. It is equipped with shelves and drawers
This vintage sideboard was produced in Scotland by Beithcraft in the 1960s. It features an organic-shaped cross-base and is made of teak. The piece has two doors revealing plenty of storage space, and three drawers as well.
This riveted iron sideboard was manufactured in France in the 1900s. It features four doors with solid oak shelves and a pine top.
Sideboard mit Wandaufhängung, mit 2 Schiebtüren aus Aluminium, 3 Schubladen und 3 Fächer mit 2 Einlegeböden.
Diese hohe Ausführung der Quadro Kommode mit 6-Schubladen hat einige Gebrauchsspuren. Im Inneren der Schubladen sind Abriebstellen und Gebrauchsspuren von augelaufenen Flüssigkeiten. Die Front ist weißer als der Korpus, da sie aus Plastik ist. Insgesamt ist der Zustand gut.
This dresser was designed by Milo Baughman and produced by Glenn of California in the 1960s. It is made of walnut with leather handles and aluminum details.
This teak sideboard was designed by Hans J. Wegner and made by Ry furniture in the 1950s.
- Pair of Biedermeier ´His and Her´ three drawer commodes - Stand on square tapered legs - Barley twist decorative detailing to the framed sides