A handsome teak afromosia room divider designed and made by British manufacturer Guy Rogers in the1960s. This is part of his North American mid-century inspired Beverley Hills Range. This can be used a room divider or against the wall has shelving. The room diver was available in two different sizes / widths - this is the wider version. Note we do also have a matching narrower version available if you require a pair which would look stunning in a lounge, study or kitchen dinner together.
The room diver features a solid teak frame with supporting three modular shelves a wide bottom base shelf with speckled patterned black Formica top. It is on raised square legs and has lovely triangular shaped brass support brackets which are height adjustable to suit individual needs. The shelves have secured sliders to hold them in place. The piece is in good condition and has been resource by us in our workshop. Note there are a couple of scratches on the bottom Formica shelf (see photos) but this does not detract from the beauty of the piece.
Height: 150.0 cm Width: 91.0 cm Depth: 61.0 cm
As this is vintage there are signs of 'wear & tear', we try to show any blemishes in our photos. We restore all pieces ourselves and feel blemishes do not detract from the beauty of the piece and shows its history.
UK Mainland £65.00
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