This cabinet was made in Tibro, Denmark around 1960/70.
Includes a handy wooden sliding shelf hidden in the top of the cupboard.
Shelves are adjustable.
There is no key, however the doors close securely without it.
85 cm wide x 42 cm deep x 198 cm high.
A genuine Chinese antique altar that could be used as a bookcase or sideboard. Purchased in Hong Kong by the owners approx. 40 years ago, we believe this is a Qing dynasty (1636 – 1912) piece, probably mid to late 19th century. There are some losses to the fretwork decoration on the sides, otherwise in good usable order. A useful and extremely rare antique in this now extremely sought after area of antiques. Ideal display area for a collection of Chinese ceramics.
98 cm x 14 cm x 193 cm high.
A Narvak chair designed by Fred Lowan for Fler in the 1960’s. Great condition, unsure if the upholstery is original.
75 cm wide x 85 cm deep and 85 cm high.
Easily dismantled without the aid of the IKEA key. This stack would reconfigure to create
two teak bedside chests. $240 for two.