Teak highboard, Danish design, 1960s, designer: Kurt Østervig
The highboard was made in the 1960s, designed by leading Danish designer Kurt Østervig.
The structure is covered with teak veneer. The legs are made of solid wood. The surface after refreshing. Inside, the space has been filled with four practical shelves and five drawers. The highboard has a practical solution of opening doors, thanks to which we have unrestricted access to the interior of the furniture. An additional feature is the universal bar, which includes a mirror and a non-adjustable shelf. Key included.
Condition: The surface of the furniture after refreshing. Minor scratches and restored veneer losses are visible. Larger signs of use are always shown in the photos. Product ready to use.
*For safety reasons, the furniture for transport may have its legs unscrewed, doors and shelves removed. Assembly should not be a problem. If in doubt, please contact us and we will send you an instructional video.
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