Dyrlund of Denmark 1970s rosewood media cabinet in good vintage condition . Dyrlund is one of the few Danish makers from the 1960s and 70s who are still making high-end pieces today . Their style now is very similar to pieces like this , but the timbers they use have had to change , so obviously you’ll no longer find rosewood being used . This will have been a very expensive piece when new . Dyrlund was founded in 1960 .
As the 1970s progressed finishes and varnishes on rosewood got glossier and heavier , and the grains on the rosewood got less interesting , so we’d date this one to the early 1970s . We sourced it locally along with other pieces that had been bought new in the 1960s and 70s from local high class furniture shops like Chapmans Siesta House of Newcastle .
It’s in good vintage condition with some fading and minor signs of wear . The tambour doors are in good working order .The castors are original . It’s been used since new for storing stereo music systems and LPs .
A nice sign of quality is that the back is also veneered in rosewood , which most pieces of the time weren’t .
Materials: rosewood veneer
Dimensions: 124 cms x 52 cms , ht 66cms