Superb quality rosewood highboard designed by Arne Vodder, manufactured by Sibast Mobler, Denmark 1960. This highboard has amazing storage oppertunities. It has 2 large tambour doors on the right with several (adjustable) shelves behind and 3 drawers inside. On the left there is a large folding top with 2 drawers inside and storage options for papers. And on the bottom left there are 4 big drawers to stuff pieces. This piece is made of fantastic grained rosewood veneer and is still marked with the metal Sibast emblem on the inside of a drawer.
Fully refinished with high quality UV protection lacquer with preservation of authenticity. Also completely structural checked and ready to use.
Excellent, fully refinished
Holland / Belgium:
150 - 500
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