Scandinavian free standing wall unit in light teakwood, by John Texmon for Blindheim Møbelfabrikk, 1960s, Norway, 1970s
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This Scandinavian set of two free-standing bookcases is made of exceptional, light teak wood with distinct grain visible. This piece of furniture was made in Norway in the 70s by Blindheim Møbelfabrikk and designed by John Texmon.
The unit consists of two completely separate free-standing cabinets with shelving that can be taken apart. It is supposed to be placed against a wall.
- Dimensions of upper parts: H 111 cm/ W 79 cm/ D22 cm
- Dimensions of lower parts: H 72cm/W 79cm/D 42cm
- Sliding doors with inside shelf compartment height – 37cm.
- drawers height 9 cm
- ground clearance: 16 cm
Overall in very good original condition with minimal signs of wear. Renovated with an additional coat of Danish oil.
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