G Plan teak sideboard on hairpin legs with one drawer & two doors.
There are two sideboards (sold seperately) that have slight differences.
One sideboard has a cutlery divider in the drawer and the other doesn't (please see photos).
Width: 84cm x Depth: 45.5cm x Height: 78cm
Red Label G Plan sideboard, with one cupboard and one drawer.
The sideboard is veneered in teak and has solid, carved, afromosia handles. The drawer has a central divide and machine dovetail joints.
The hairpin legs are not part of the original design and would have been added later.
Hairpin legs were the invention of Henry P. Glass in New York, 1941; their minimal design due to scarcity of materials during WW2.
Its red G Plan label dates this sideboard between 1965 - 1975, the magnetic catch on the cupboard doors places it most likely in the 1970s.
A much loved British furniture brand, G Plan was founded in 1898 by Ebeneezer Gomme as E. Gomme. Through it’s popular ranges of the 1950s and 1960s, G Plan became a household name; it’s furniture still being much sought after today.
Whilst this piece is in great condition, it is vintage, and as such may show some small signs of its age.