The glazed display cabinet was produced during the 70s by the Swedish-Finnish manufacture Asko. The cabinet is from 1974. The soaring, turned legs make it a very neat and light piece of furniture. The site is narrow, which emphasizes its delicacy even more. The display case has glass fronts surrounded by a black frame. Inside there are shelves, the height of which can be freely adjusted. The cabinet comes with an original key that locks the locks of both doors. The manufactory’s signature is on the back of the furniture.
The history of the brand dates back to 1918, when the Finnish carpenter Aukusti Asko-Avonius created the group producing Asko furniture. Since the 1950s, Asko products have been made in Sweden, where the values of Scandinavian production are continued, such as functionality, minimalist design, high quality and environmental responsibility.
This set is in very good vintage condition.