Vintage Teak secretary Denmark 1960s

Poland
€1,349.00

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About this vintage design furniture

The secretary was made in the 1960s, Danish production. The structure is covered with teak veneer. The legs and handles are made of solid teak wood. Surface after conservation. The secretary is one of the most multifunctional furniture that has been designed in the history of Danish design. It serves as a chest of drawers, thanks to five drawers it will perfectly fulfil its role as a document cabinet, a toy in the children’s room or as a laundry room in the bedroom. When the top is pulled out, it creates a desk for work, and when the mirror is pulled out, it will work perfectly as a bedroom dresser. Condition: The surface of the dresser after refreshing. Visible small scratches and small cavities that have been replenished. Larger traces of use are always shown in the pictures. Product prepared directly for use. For safety reasons, the transport furniture may have its legs unscrewed. Assembly should not be a problem. However, in case of any doubts, please contact us and we will send you an instructional video. Dimensions: height:114 cm width:80 cm upper depth:19,5 cm lower depth:45 cm size of tabletop:76 x 42 cm size of mirror: cm

Reference : 148619

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Features

Length
80 cm
Height
114 cm
Depth
45 cm
Designer
Unknown
Condition
Good
Period
1960s
Origin
Scandinavian
Colour
Orange
Main material
Teak
Other material

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  • Shipped from : Poland
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Unknown

1927 - 2012

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