Our shop elevated (literally) this Incredibly versatile Johannes Andersen Danish Teak Display Credenza with a sleek set of 15″ metal hairpin legs. Instead of going the easy route with screws, we opted to install 12 threaded insert nuts. This provides for substantial strength and stability. The legs can now be easily bolted and unbolted without wearing out the connections. The metal hairpin legs are both stylish and lend ultra Mid-Century Modern charm. There’s a rich, deep, oily luster on this old growth teak. This Danish Teak Display Credenza is finished on the back side and can be used as a room divider. A prime example of mid-century Danish cabinet making with etched finger-pull sliding glass doors that operate with ease. Glide these doors to the left or right to reveal the interior space. Each compartment is lighted with two fixtures that are permanently attached to their respective shelves. Expert, Scandinavian craftsmanship and styling are evident throughout the piece.
This Danish Teak Display Credenza is in excellent restored vintage condition. Top professionally refinished by our in-house cabinet shop. All light fixtures work properly and have new LED bulbs. Glass doors slide easily and have no chips. New hairpin legs. All four cords exit through the back and have been outfitted with new plug heads. Only very minor age appropriate imperfections remain on this this Danish Teak Display Credenza.
About Johannes Andersen:
Born in 1903 in Denmark, Johannes Andersen was, very soon, interested in design. He was certified as cabinet maker in 1922. Few years later, he took advantage of the rise of Scandinavian style in Europe to open his own workshop. Successful from the beginning, he soon created his proper style, influenced by Danish currents and Scandinavian ethos. He worked for international brands and for his own until he ceased his activities in his eighties. He died in 1991, but his name is immortal, as he is known in the world as a very famous designer