Vintage Teak Wardrobe by McIntosh
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With ample storage space including a hanging rail and pigeon hole shelving, this handsome wardrobe will neatly store and organise your clothes and shoes perfectly.
Along with G Plan, McIntosh were one of the main makers of British contemporary dining and bedroom furniture in the 1960s and 70s, producing fine examples of furniture using traditional techniques that employed highly skilled cabinet makers.
By the early 1960s, McIntosh began to move away from producing more traditional style dining and bedroom furniture and headed towards making mid-century style furniture mirroring the Danish Modern style. This move was lead by McIntosh design director Tom Robertson and Val Rossi, who propelled the company into a period of prosperity. It was around this time that McIntosh stopped making bedroom furniture and focused its production on its more popular dining room tables, chairs and sideboards.
In general good condition with wear commensurate with age and use. Notable wear includes scratching, dints, some old fills, a little bit of fading to one side (although not very noticeable) and a long chip to the front left frame, all as photographed.
Measures approximately 91.5cm wide, 56cm deep and 175cm tall.