Uniflex Q Range dressing table design by Gunther Hoffstead
There seems to have been a few different dressing tables in the Q Range , and this is a model we’ve not had before . It’s slightly smaller than the usual model you’ll see , but also rather cuter in form and ideal for those with less space . It will also double up as a desk which is obviously useful .
Gunther Hoffstead was an accomplished Danish born designer and nothing is known about him apart from his stylish designs for the small forward looking firm that used the brand name of Uniflex in the late 1950s to mid 1960s . We can’t find out when they stopped producing , but a number of makers seem to have closed or been taken over in the mid to late 1960s as larger firms such as G Plan dominated the British market .
The Q Range of bedroom furniture appears to date to c 1960 -c 1965 . This one is in vintage condition , but there will be a few marks and signs of use after some 50 years . We can clean and re-oil the teak if requested for a cost to cover labour . Originally like all the dressing tables from this range there was a light that came on automatically when the hinged top was opened . As the wiring and light fitting will not meet current regulations we’re assuming that this doesn’t work and will need replacing if required .
Stool is also available .
Dimensions: 131.5cms long 45.5 deep