Vintage Danish teak highboard by E.W. Bach for Sejling Skabe, 1960s

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About this vintage design furniture

The highboard was made in the 1960s, designed by the famous Danish designer E.W. Bach for the Sejling Skabe factory. The structure is covered with teak veneer. The legs are made of solid wood. The surface has been refreshed. The interior space has been filled with five practical shelves and three drawers. Four of the shelves are adjustable in height. Highboard has a practical solution of sliding doors, so we reduce the need to leave a large open space in front of the cabinet without restricting access to its interior. Another advantage of the furniture is a decorative mirror. The furniture has a solid wood washer integrated into the top, thanks to which we can expose our favorite vase or flower pot without fear of damaging the surface of the furniture. Condition: The surface of the furniture after refurbishment. Small scratches and filled veneer defects are visible. Larger signs of use are still shown in the photos. The product is ready to be used. For safety reasons, furniture for transport may have its legs unscrewed, doors and shelves removed. The assembly should not be a problem. If you have any doubts, please contact us and we will send you an instructional video. Dimensions: height: 112,5 cm width: 165 cm depth: 44 cm

Reference : 224609

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165 cm
113 cm
44 cm
E.W. Bach
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About the designer

E.W. Bach

E.W. Bach is a Danish designer from the 20th Century.
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