Danish faded rosewood sideboard by Hornslet with original hotplate to top
Dating to around 1970 it’s stamped Hornslet . If you look online this model was made with or without a hotplate fitting to the top . All the hotplate version models that we could find have had the hotplate removed . This one actually still works and has been Pat tested for safety . We love the original design with it’s antique style monochrome map showing Copenhagen harbour as it would have looked in the 17th Century .
It was originally bought locally from Chapmans of Newcastle and bears their original label . Chapmans Siesta House were the up-market furniture shop in the North East for many years . Hornslet are best known for working with Niels Koefoed .
The rosewood has quite plain grain and although it has faded slightly there are no obvious marks or scratches so we’re offering this stylish piece in vintage condition .
The legs are removable like some other Danish Mid-Century sideboards and they do need to be on a level floor for the doors to slide fully across so that the drawers can open easily . The hotplate section has a hinged top which is operated by opening the top drawer . If your floors aren’t level then you will need to place some small pads under the back legs , but this is easily done .
It’s 199cms long , 49cms deep and 80cms high