Early 1960s Fyne Ladye Furniture afrormosia dark teak bureau by Richard Hornby

Early 1960s Fyne Ladye Furniture afrormosia dark teak bureau by Richard Hornby

Unlike most 1960s furniture this lovely piece is made from solid wood rather than being veneered . Afrormosia is a dark African teak that unlike normal teak can’t be used as a veneer . It was used by Fyne Ladye Furniture and a couple of other top quality British makers in the early 1960s . We’ve had and sold quite a few of the sideboards in the last few years , but this is the first bureau we’ve had for 6 or 7 years as they don’t come up for sale very often . Richard Hornby designed this and other pieces in the range circa 1960 and it was made into the mid 1960s . The quality of construction is really good and for it’s size its very heavy .

We bought it from the family of the original owners along with a matching sideboard and some other nice pieces . It is in good vintage condition , but does a clean as there are few small marks . The cleaning will be done in the near future and it will then be re-photographed .

Price: £SOON

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