Midcentury AH McIntosh Glass Front Slim Teak Bookcase
An expertly crafted teak bookcase cabinet with a glass front section and cupboard. Made in the late 1960’s McIntosh of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, it has an excellent pedigree. This is beautifully constructed, refined design, and yet its purpose is practical and it provides lots of storage. This piece stands out as although long, it’s shallow in depth at a touch over 25cm from front to back. This means it will sit discreetly against a wall without intruding into a space, like a more standard bookcase or cabinet might. The shelves inside can be height-adjusted to suit. A fine piece of Scottish design from a highly regarded furniture maker.
This original, vintage piece is ‘sold as seen’. It’s in very good-excellent, used condition. It features a glass front book case with height adjustable shelves. The sliding glass door are in excellent order and move with ease. The interior wood is clean and tidy. There cupboard also features an adjustable shelf with internal wood is excellent order. The door opens and closes with ease. The exterior wood is in very good order with minor scuffs and marks here and there. It should be noted there are a couple of cup rings on the top surface but we’ve opted to leave these as they aren’t too glaring and they don’t detract from the appeal of the piece in our view. The original AH McIntosh of Kirkcaldy plate can be found inside the cupboard door. Please refer to our photos for an accurate sense of the sideboard’s fine condition.
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H: 88cm / W: 136cm / D: 25.5cm