Turnidge of London 1960s teak display cabinet in good vintage condition . The top has a light ring mark , but we will remove this easily with a clean and oil .
Turnidge of London mainly made cabinets like this along with bars , bookcases etc . This was a market that larger better known companies like G Plan , McIntosh and others didn’t seem to cover . So Turnidge who were a small to medium sized maker specialised in this niche market in the 60s and early 70s .
Turnidge pieces are always nicely made with good cabinet making skills as seen in the neat dovetailing to drawers . Their designs often have a Danish influence as seen in their handles , and other simple detailing .
This piece is 91 cms wide , the base is 40.5cms deep , and the glazed top is 25.5cms deep .
Pieces like this would have been expensive when new , and today offer great value as display units like this aren’t as popular as they were back in the 60s and 70s . We think Turnidge pieces are really undervalued as they’re stylish and beautifully made .
Materials: teak + glass
Dimensions: 132.5cms high 91 wide 40.5 deep