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Midcentury Rosewood Sideboard by Tom Robertson for A H McIntosh & Co Ltd of Kirkcaldy, Scotland c.1960s

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H: 74cm W: 213cm D: 48cm

A rosewood Dunvegan sideboard designed by Tom Robertson, manufactured by A.H. McIntosh of Kirkcaldy, Scotland. Dating from the 1960s, it was the flagship piece from the Danish-inspired Dunvegan collection. It has been sympathetically restored and is now presented in perfect condition. With one large shelved double-opening cupboard in the centre, a drop-down drinks cabinet with slide-out serving tray to the right, a bottle holder on the bottom and three good-sized drawers to the left. The rosewood shows striking colour consisting of light areas, reds and browns that really bring to life the sideboard making it a wonderful statement piece in any modern or midcentury interior.

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Maker Spotlight | McIntosh

McIntosh is a proudly Scottish furniture makers founded by Alexander Henry McIntosh in 1869 in the coastal town of Kirkcaldy, Fife. The company's ethos is built on quality products created by highly skilled local craftsmen, this created a reputation that gave them international recognition exhibiting at the World Fair in Paris in 1878 and the Sydney Exhibition in 1879. After the second world war McIntosh, like many of their contemporaries, embraced midcentury modern and Scandinavian design using clean lines and organic sculptural elements in their furniture. McIntosh to this day are known for their quality furniture particularly sideboards, the most popular of which is the Dunvegan sideboard designed by Tom Robertson in the 1960s.

Image: McIntosh Furniture label with thistle logo, inside a vintage teak sideboard made by the Scottish craftsmen in the 1960s