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Late 1960s Sideboard by Meredew Furniture with new Bethan Gray Decoupage

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H: 77cm W: 145cm D: 43.5cm

A late 1960s sideboard credenza by Meredew furniture overpainted and applied designer Bethan Gray decoupage fitted with a protective glass top. Marks under glass surface protector.

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Maker Spotlight | Meredew

Beginning in East London, Meredew was founded in 1879 by Daniel Meredew who worked as a cabinet maker and carver, specialising in overmantel mirrors. Fred Hard, son of the glass supplier for the mirrors, took over the company in 1907 on Meredew’s retirement and moved the business to Hertfordshire in 1913. After the First World War the company continued to make standard domestic furniture, overmantels, dining and bedroom furniture but it was not until the 1950’s and the employment of Alphons Loebenstein, a designer and German refugee, that Meredew became hugely popular. Loebenstein persuaded Hard to leave behind traditional designs in favour of modern unit furniture. Meredew specialised in bedroom furniture often made in oak and teak with simple silhouettes raised on small feet.

Image: Meredew label inside a midcentury chest of drawers