Brazilian Rosewood Credenza Cabinet - E. Brouer, c. 1960s

Brazilian Rosewood Credenza Cabinet - E. Brouer, c. 1960s


Designer:  E. Brouer

Creator:  Brouer Møbelfabrik

Year:  1960s

Origin:  Denmark

Material: Brazilian rosewood, rosewood veneer over mahogany

Dimensions: 39 3/8” wide by 19 3/4” deep by 31” high. Drawer interiors are each 17 1/2” by 16 3/8” by 3 1/2” high. Removable sliding tray insert has an interior of 16 5/8” by 7” by 1” high on the main green flat lined side and a little less then 1/4" high lip on the blue side. Interior of EACH door cabinet side is 18 1/2” wide by 18 1/4” deep by 16 1/4” high. There are 8 holes for the shelves in 1 5/8” increments.

Condition: excellent, all original


Notes:  Gorgeous design, heavy and extremely well made.   Features two felt lined drawers with a very spacious double door cabinet below. Inside the right drawer is a really cool sliding drawer "turning" tray that sits above the drawer floor and slides on 2 tracks. This piece serves two purposes. The inside is felt lined and perfect for holding smaller things that you want to store inside the drawer but not allow to be buried (you have about a 1" deep space). The reverse side of this is blue melamine like material that when will act as additional table top space that is safe to place drinks, bottles or anything that that you do not want touching the rosewood top.  Inside the cabinet portion are two fully height adjustable / removable shelves.  



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