1960's Brazilian Rosewood Sideboard by Gunni Omann for Axel Christensen Odder

A stunning piece of midcentury furniture designed by prestigious Danish designer
Gunni Omann for Axel Christensen Odder (ACO). A design statement which is extremely rare to find and almost impossible to source in this condition. A must have item for those wanting to invest in an original piece that will hold its value over time. Brazilian rosewood was declared an endangered species in 1978 and consequently production of furniture made from it came to a halt. Since then it has become extremely desirable and highly prized as the distinctive grain formations cannot be found in other woods. The bold and vibrant grain patterns draw the eye immediately whilst the quality of construction is unsurpassed. Minimalist design principles are evident in the large flush doors, the almost invisible sculptured solid rosewood handles and subtly tapered legs. Behind one of the doors sit three felt lined pull out drawers which feature dovetail joints that can be removed and used as serving trays. This striking sideboard is in near mint original condition. For design addicts and serious collectors it is an investment opportunity not to be missed! The makers label is no longer present.

Dimensions: Depth: 465mm; Width: 2000mm; Height: 830mm

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