This piece had us fooled. Upon first glance, we were sure this was a Danish made. Then a look inside the top drawer gave us a shock. This teak china cabinet was made by Stanley. An American manufacturer! The teak wood exterior has a nice honey color and beautiful striated grain. Thin Arne Vodder style drawers help to masquerade it’s origin. Truly the best of both worlds. Ultra durable American construction with styling from Scandinavia. Thick hardwood lies underneath the teak veneer… not particle board as found in Danish pieces of the same vintage. Dovetail joinery is deep and airtight after all these decades. Drawers glide easily and reliably on metal rails. You just don’t get this hearty construction with Danish pieces which were designed to be modular and easy to disassemble. American pieces were built to last and it shows. Features include display case up top with sliding glass doors, two thin drawers in the middle section, and a credenza below with two deep drawers flanked by cabinets on both sides. There are two luxurious, removable, burnt orange felt liners for the drawers. Stamped “Stanley” and with the collection name “Danish Forum.” We have a matching sideboard, dining table and 6 chairs (sold separately).