Mid-Century Danish chest of 4 drawers
Original piece from the 60s, which, due to the shape of its handles, we could attribute to the stamp (which was located in the small Danish town of Kibæk) Tylvad Hansen. Chest of four registers made of laminated teak wood, with a functional design where all the charm lies in the expressive veins of the exposed wood. It has a prismatic structure, raised on four tapered legs, typical of Danish furniture of the time. The front is organized into four drawers (all of them have a useful interior height of 11.5 cm, counting the upper one with a lock and its corresponding key) which, assembled in the upper vertex of the same, have stylized longitudinal handles, of one piece carefully turned.
After passing through our restoration department, it shows a very good structural and aesthetic condition (having mitigated the various scars that were distributed throughout the furniture).
And remember: its legs are unscrewable, we will take advantage of this virtue to send it disassembled, thus reducing shipping costs ;)
L: 67 cm H: 74 cm P: 40 cm