Teak Sideboard Dunvegan by A.h. Mcintosh Scotland
Remarkable piece made in the 70s, 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 panel composed on the left by a trio of drawers (the upper one compartmentalised and with an upholstered base) in the central part, behind two doors, a space with an elegant double-depth shelf, and on the right a folding door that encloses a bar cabinet, with a sliding tray hidden in the upper part. The legs have metal lifters located underneath them (adjustable in height, allowing a better arrangement of the furniture on surfaces with unevenness). Finally, the longitudinal handles with a delicate turned shape, a high cabinetwork work that reveals the quality of the seal that Alexander Henry McIntosh founded in 1869 in the small Scottish town of Kirkcaldy.
L: 202 cm H: 76 cm P: 45 cm