Vintage 'Hamilton' Sideboard by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine
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Most of Heritage’s designs were produced by now-defunct British manufacturer Archie Shine in the 1950s and '60s. Despite the scope of Heritage’s work, he is remembered by many almost exclusively for his sideboards. Although they display many characteristics associated with mid-century modernism, Heritage sideboards were less about reduced forms and functionalism, and more about classic lines and richly grained woods such as rosewood, walnut, Indian laurel, or teak.
This beautiful extra long teak 'Hamilton' model sideboard, an award winning design for Archie Shine in 1958 features reeded drawers, walnut veneered doors and top and turned brass pulls. Sure to make any interior space instantly better, this stunning piece with ample storage is sure to become the focal point of any room.
In fantastic condition, it has been completely stripped from it's many old layers of varnish and lacquer then fully restored and re-finished to the highest standard. That being said, there are still some age related marks and wear but nothing that detracts from the overall look and functionality of the piece.
Measures approximately 228cm long, 50.5cm wide and 79cm tall.
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