Mid-Century Danish Teak Chest of Drawers
Beautiful piece designed in Denmark throughout the 60s. It has a structure in natural teak laminated wood, with a beautiful grain. The body is organized into four drawers (all of them identical dimensions, with 10cm of useful interior height). It stands out the handle sculpted in one piece, which crosses horizontally to divide the drawer in two, as a decorative molding, drawing projections on each end that act as handles (with the stylized shape of an "arrowhead"). Equally interesting is the front profile of the chest of drawers, with a slit cut in a descending ramp towards the drawers, a detail of careful joinery that demonstrates the care with which this beautiful piece of furniture was made.
Completely restored, recovering a very good condition, both structural and aesthetic (qualifying the minimum signs on vertices and table top).
And remember: for those who like privacy, the upper drawer has a lock and its corresponding key ;)
L: 78 cm H: 77 cm P: 40 cm