Late 1960s Lebus Europa Range low sideboard 150cms . Lebus were one of the UK’s largest furniture makers in the 1950s and 60s mainly selling traditional pieces to large retailers with no branding . In the late 1960s they decided to come up with a more contemporary branded range to compete with G Plan and McIntosh , and the Europa range was the result . It was aimed at a lower price point than G Plan’s successful Fresco range , but wasn’t as nicely finished . The styling is great , but although the main surfaces are teak veneered the handles and edging are only teak effect .
The finish on the Europa range has actually proved to be very practical , so they’re usually found in good vintage condition . This piece is no exception , and with it’s useful run of drawers makes a very practical low sideboard and storage chest . Originally a dressing table , the mirror and supports were already missing when we bought it so the previous owner was just using it as a chest .
A nice useful piece of furniture that’s in good vintage condition .
Dimensions: 150cms long 45 deep 69 high