This is a wonderful -and very large!- Danish teak stereo cabinet by master designer Arne Vodder. Crafted by Sibast Møbler and imported by George Tanier. The proportions and details of this piece are outstanding, with Vodder’s signature carved lip along the back edge. The walnut is beautifully grained and tiger-striped with iridescence. This rare extra-long tambour-door design was offered as a sideboard or a media cabinet with a variety of dividers and components according to each individual customers needs. This example is even rarer since it features the upgraded chrome and walnut capped legs.
The piece is currently configured to hold a turntable under the central lift-up door. We can lower the interior shelf, if you desire, for use as a bar or for other storage.
This piece is in very good vintage condition. The top has has been stripped and re-oiled and has a few minor dings, scratches and chips as shown but presents very well. The case edge has a few small nicks and bruises.
The interior of these stereo cabinets were often unfinished, since people were storing large gear inside. This one was re-configured by a previous owner and a back panel appears to have been replaced at some point. There are several small and one larger holes for cables and cords cut in the back panels. Some screw holes from the legs are visible on the interior.
84 1/8” wide x 24” deep x 30” high to top surface (add 3/4” for back lip)
turntable opening 20” x 15 1/4” x 7 1/4” deep