Re-worked Danish late 1960s Westergaard rosewood sideboard . A smart piece which was nicely made but not suited to today’s market .It originally with a plinth base which we’ve removed and replaced by new dark turned wood legs . Also it had a top section which when removed left the top surface only partly veneered in rosewood . We’ve had a new black laminate section put in to the top which has been fitted by a local specialist company .
Not only does the black laminate look very smart with the nicely figured rosewood , but it means that you have a heat proof surface upon which drinks can be served or hot mugs placed without worrying about leaving heat or water marks . It would also be ideal for standing a large flat screen TV in a living room .
Labelled for the quality Danish maker Westergaard who specialised in chests of drawers in the 1960s , the top section was dated on the rear 1969 . The quality of the interior fitted drawers is a sign of how well made this piece is . Detailing like this wasn’t cheap in the 1960s , but would cost an absolute fortune today .
The rosewood veneers are a good original colour with nice figuring . All in all a stylish and practical good value piece of furniture .
Materials: rosewood veneer etc
Dimensions: 190cms long 77 high 43deep