This Danish mahogany highboard, or high sideboard, was designed in the 1960s by Ole Wanscher for the manufacturer Poul Jeppesen. Like many of Wanscher's designs, this sideboard combines warm-toned wood, soft, rounded edges, and minimalist lines. Structurally, the sideboard is comprised of a flattop cabinet chest with two wide doors that open up to six deep shelves and a single drawer, while the base provides considerable uplift with its tall, thin legs. The doors have brass hinges and come with a key.
47 in. width
15.75 in. depth
55.5 in. height
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