Mid-Century Teak Sideboard DUNVEGAN by A.H. McIntosh Scotland
Remarkable piece made in the 60s, within its range of Dunvegan dining rooms, by the iconic Scottish firm A.H. McIntosh & Co Ltd. Sideboard in teak wood, with a design that reinterpreted the Scandinavian trends of the time. Front made up of a trio of drawers on the left (the upper one compartmentalized) in the central part, behind two doors, a space with an elegant double-depth shelf, and on the right, a hinged door that encloses a bar cabinet, with a sliding tray hidden in the top and bottle grid at the bottom. The legs have metal lifters located under them (adjustable in height, allowing a better accommodation of the furniture on uneven surfaces). To finish, highlight the longitudinal handles with a delicate turned shape, a work of high cabinetmaking that reveals the quality of the seal that Alexander Henry McIntosh founded in 1869 in the small Scottish town of Kirkcaldy.
After passing through our restoration department, it is in excellent condition, both aesthetic and structural (with minimal signs of use visible inside the module).
And remember: consider the Mcintosh listed as an investment, ideal to enjoy today without losing value tomorrow, if you treat them with care;)
L: 202 cm H: 76 cm P: 46 cm