Early 1960s Frank Guille teak chest / sideboard by Austinsuite
The early 1960s Austinsuite pieces are noticeably nicer in quality and finish than the late 1960s . When we got it there were a few small marks , but a light clean and oil have returned it to a good even colour with no obvious scratches , marks or damage .
As with many pieces of this size it started life as a dressing chest with a mirror but today its more practical and useful as a low chest for standing a TV or stereo system .
Frank Guille who designed for Austinsuite in the 1960s was a very successful designer who had previously worked for Kandya who made some very sought after kitchen cabinets that he designed for them .
Its 145cms long 42.5cms deep and 65.5cms high .