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Flip-Top Teak Partners Desk
$3,495.00
This item is no longer available.
CARE N/A
COLOR base, brown; hardware, brass
CONDITION Very Good; light surface scratches, small chips, missing veneer
DIMENSIONS 29" L x 63.75" W x 34" H
ERA Vintage: 1970s
MADE OF base, teak; hardware, brass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 21 - May 24
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
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We don’t have one signature look at South Bank Studio, instead we mix what’s best in all styles and eras. Beginning as a source for freshly-upholstered vintage chairs, we’ve evolved into a choice destination for designers, stylists, and collectors in search of special pieces, unique artwork, lighting, and accessories. Finds from South Bank have been spotted in editorials and advertisements in Architectural Digest, Country Living, Elle Decor, This Old House, Veranda and more.
Why we love this
Danish Modern teak convertible desk. Marked: Dansk Lovig. Designed by Jens Quistgaard; manufactured by Peter Lovig Nielsen, 1970s. Raised cubby section hinges down creating a wide, flat work surface, could also function as a dining table. Height of flat top, 29"H. Includes original teak letter trays, no lock key. Light surface scratches in a few spots, small chip on corner and one drawer pull, and a thin strip of missing veneer at one side. Wood under cubby is slightly lighter than rest.