Midcentury Teak Sideboard by Bartels Werke Germany
Beautiful piece designed during the 60s, in the former Federal Republic of Germany, by the Bartels Werke label. This is model number 3218 belonging to the Danish style furniture range, which gave the German seal such a good name in its day, and which made sideboards with minimalist, aesthetic and functional lines available to its customers, such as the one seen here . The front is made up of a duo of central lockable doors and their corresponding key (which acts as a handle) that keep a large space with a shelf, three drawers on the left and a smaller individual module on the right side (also with a lock and key). To finish, the body stands on a stylish four-legged frame with a front crossbar, which lightens the structure and makes it more visually attractive.
It presents a very good structural and aesthetic condition, after passing through our restoration department, mitigating its signs of use, in the manner of a restored scar in the lower corner of the left side and another in the lower part of the right door.
And remember: a piece that reflects the good German cabinetmaking of the middle of the last century ;)
L: 205 cm H: 78 cm P: 40 cm