Atypical mid-size Danish teak credenza with sliding doors attributed to Arne Vodder. This piece is unmarked, but shows exceptional craftsmanship and hallmarks that point toward Arne Vodder.
The size and proportions make this the ideal record cabinet. Large enough to display a turntable and receiver on top and tons of records inside. The deep, roasted cinnamon tone in the teak wood indicates an early vintage (late 1950s-early 1960s). A patina of such richness can only be garnered by half a century of age. The artfully carved recessed oval pulls add to the overall elegant design. A celebration of Scandinavian minimalism. The cabinet is both beautiful and high functioning with ample private storage space and adjustable / removable shelving ideal for storing 12″ LP records. This cabinet is a mix of solid teak and teak veneer over a solid ash or pine core. Replete with finished back.
Not only did our restoration team do an amazing job detailing this Danish teak credenza, but they restored the top and mitigated nearly all the flaws on top. Only very minor imperfections remain.
Condition disclaimer: This is not a new item. Although our offerings are lovingly restored, that does not mean that they are in perfect mint condition. We do our best to manage the expectations of potential buyers by disclosing imperfections with both photos and descriptions. Keep in mind that most of our items are several decades old. Small blemishes, scratches and color variations may remain after our restoration process. Items with original fabric may have pilling or sun fading. Additional closeup condition photos are available upon request.