Younger 'Da Silva' Sideboard by John Herbert
This elegant teak sideboard is a fine example of mid century British design.
British furniture maker Younger crafted high end designs for discerning customers during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Their products were made in low volume to the highest standard and always on the cutting edge of design. This long-line offering called the 'De Silva' was designed by John Herbert in 1964 and consists of a central bank of three drawers flanked by two side cabinets.
The simple elegance of this forward thinking design is perfectly executed with minimal adornment. The clean, repeated lines of the drawers and tapered legs set at the ends of the piece are particularly interesting features of this memorable offering. The doors feature iconic button-style handles which John Herbert used on a number of his designs.
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Materials: Beautifully crafted with teak
Wood Finish: Professional restoration and refinish to the top and sides. Remaining areas in excellent original condition with new finish applied
Construction: Joints are sturdy and solid. All checked and ready to go
Mechanisms: Drawers and doors open and closed nicely
Makers Label: Younger label can be found inside the right cabinet