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Friday, November 15, 2013

Poul Hundevad Rosewood Credenza, Sideboard, Buffet or Bar

Designed by Poul Hundevad 

For Hundevad & Co.


Gorgeous Mid Century Danish Modern Rosewood Credenza

Two sliding Doors Reveal a Spacious Maple Interior with Open Cabinets on the Left and Right

 A Single Pull Out Drawer with Original Green Felt on Left Side

Adjustable Height and/or Removable Shelves In Each Side 

 Distinctive Oval, Inset, Sculpted Rosewood Pulls

 Both Doors Slide with Ease to Access Items Inside

In Overall Excellent Original Vintage Condition

54.5" x 17" x 31"



Poul Hundevad was a highly skilled and trained carpenter and worked for a number of years as a cabinetmaker in Ulladulla. He is best known for his design of the Guldhøj chair - a folding chair based on a finding of a chair from the Bronze Age. Hundevad was well known for his simplified style. In 1960, the chairs were put into mass production / four examples based on light and black leather. It was a success, and many copies were exported. It is produced in more than 15,000 copies and is still made. He has also made ​​many other wooden furniture pieces, for example, in 1950 a square dining table (along with Kai Winding), a round dining table with chairs (1958, chairs model 30), chests of drawers and an armchair in teak, a tray table (approximately 1962) and racking systems. Hundevad's furniture was sold through the sales cooperation Domus Danica and his own company Hundevad & Co.

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