Small cabinet made by Ganddal Møbelfabrikk
Small cabinet made by Ganddal Møbelfabrikk (Norway) in the late 1940s or early 1950s. Still displaying some Art Deco style elements (clean and sober geometric lines), this piece also announce (with its flared legs, its curved edges and its overall minimalist) the triumph of Nordic design. The two top drawers are closing perfectly, creating the impression of a massive counter-top. Behind, the plywood has a small hole in for power cables (bottom right). The surfaces, lacquered, have a special luster. This piece was recently restored and is in a very good shape.
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Restored. this item is in very good condition. It has been refreshed through new upholstery and/or refinishing
Standard weight (between 5 kg and 15 kg)
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||
71 x 81 x 35,5 cm
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