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Here is a very nice Danish mid-century teak highboard credenza that we recently imported from Denmark. Probably made some time between the late 1950s and 1960s. Really cool design with a variety of pull styles on the sliding doors and lower drawers. Recently refinished. I have seen this model attributed to Johannes Andersen, but I can not say for certainty that it is.
This piece sits taller than your average credenza. Up top it has four sliding doors with attractive pulls (round pulls on the outer doors, and half-round on the inner). In the wide center cabinet there are two adjustable shelves, the same for the right cabinet space. All the shelves have a rounded front edge. The left side cabinet contains four slide-out or removable trays, with nice joinery and green felt liners (the original felt is showing age on two of the trays). At the bottom of the cabinet there are five pull-out drawers, two on either side and one large drawer in the center. The outer drawers have curved teak pulls, while the center has really cool circular pulls. The drawer construction is very well done with dovetail joints and teak panels (the construction overall is very nice). The base has legs made of solid afrormosia teak.
This highboard measures 74.5” Wide x 47.75” Tall x 17” Deep. The interior shelves are 14.5” Deep, so plenty of room for albums if wanted.
This piece was recently refinished and is in excellent condition. No significant scratches or issues, but of course some minor signs of age and use will be present. The construction suggests early 1950s or 1960s and consists of teak veneer over ply (not particle board) and solid teak pieces. The built quality overall is very good.
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Vintage Danish Teak Highboard Credenza. Free Shipping
Late 1950s - 1960s