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McIntosh of Kirkcaldy Eden 1960s Teak Sideboard

McIntosh of Kirkcaldy Eden 1960s Teak Sideboard

A stunning and very rare vintage Teak sideboard. This is the larger version of the Eden model. This is a mid-century long and low teak sideboard produced by McIntosh designed by Tom Robertson. The sideboard features a central double-doored cupboard with internal shelves and a set of three drawers on either side. Organic design, with slender-shaped door handles. Note, some traces of use but nothing clearly visible. Immaculate condition in regard to age. Has been given a good clean and polish ready for its new home.


McIntosh is a proudly Scottish furniture makers founded by Alexander Henry McIntosh in 1869 in the coastal town of Kirkcaldy, Fife. The company's ethos is built on quality products created by highly skilled local craftsmen, this created a reputation that gave them international recognition exhibiting at the World Fair in Paris in 1878 and the Sydney Exhibition in 1879. After the second world war McIntosh, like many of their contemporaries, embraced mid-century modern and Scandinavian design using clean lines and organic sculptural elements in their furniture. McIntosh to this day is known for their quality furniture particularly sideboards, the most popular of which is the Dunvegan sideboard designed by Tom Robertson in the 1960s.


McIntosh Furniture label with thistle logo, inside right cabinet door made by the Scottish craftsmen in the 1960's


o 1x brass cabinet lid stay on right door

o 2x brass cabinet door catches

o 6x drawers

o x2 interior shelves

o x2 cupboards

o Felt lined top left draw

o Wood dividers top left draw

o Filler visible on left side drawer fronts

o Filler visible inside right drawer handle

o Marks inside 2x drawers (minimal)

o Fading on right cabinet door

o Slight damage to right top corner edge

o Sideboard sits on four joined legs


(Height) 78cm (width) 229cm (Depth) 46cm

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