Superb heavy quality desk model 207 designed by Arne Vodder and manufactured by Sibast Mobler, Denmark 1960. This desk is made of rosewood veneer and is a very nice looking and functional Danish office desk. On the left storage compartment you will find 3 drawers and on the right one you will find 2 drawers so this desk has plenty of storage oppertunities. The desk is in very clean and good refinished condition so this looks perfect again. Have a look at the matching Arne Vodder desk chair we have available, this is not included with the desk, can be purchased seperately.
Fully refinished with high quality UV protection lacquer with preservation of authenticity. Also completely structural checked and ready to use.
Excellent, fully refinished
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