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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Danish Modern Borge Mogensen Teak Highboy Dresser

DATE: 1960s

DESIGNER: Borge Mogensen


ORIGIN: Made in Denmark


Three Beautiful Vintage Teak "Highboy" or Upright Bureaus / Dressers

Designed by Borge Mogensen for Soborg Mobler in 1956.

Large Chests of Seven (7) Drawers Graduating in Size with a Gorgeous Oiled Finish.

The Inside of the Dressers and Drawer Fronts is Block Wood and Not Made of Particle Board or Chipboard.

The Double Handles on Each Drawer Front are Carved from Solid Teak and Drawers Slide with Ease Along The Runners.

The Piece are in Overall Pristine Original Vintage Condition and Show Little Signs of Wear. 

39.5" x 18.25" 48.75" H


Søborg Møbelfabrik

Søborg Møbelfabrik was founded in 1890, since when it has constantly manufactured high quality furniture in great Danish design.

Furniture Craftsmanship
Design combined with fine furniture craftsmanship still form the cornerstone their activities, where office furniture and classic items designed by Bernt, Børge Mogensen, Christian Hvidt, Peter Hvidt, Orla Molgaard, Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen, Mogens Lassen, and others play an important role.

Børge Mogensen (13 April 1914 - 5 October 1972)
Was a Danish Furniture Designer.
He Was One of the Most Important Among a Generation of Furniture Designers Who Made the Concept of "Danish Design" Known Throughout the World. 

Together with Colleagues such as Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner, Mogensen Created International Respect for Danish Furniture Design, and His Simple and Functional Designs Have for More Than Half a Century Enjoyed Worldwide Demand.




$1,200 Each

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