This high sideboard was made in Denmark during the 1960s. This piece was finished in a shade of wood, where between the main color you can also see caramel-colored threads. Additional aesthetic values have been obtained due to transient graining. The irregular grains characteristic of walnut wood led the wood vitality. The sideboard has three sliding doors with brass, golden handles. There is one shelf and empty space inside. The base consists of legs with a modernist, zoomorphic shape. The furniture has a form characteristic of the Mid-Century Modern era. Due to this, each space will keep an modernist character.
This sideboard is in very good vintage condition with a natural patina.