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Ib Kofod-larsen for Faarup Mobelfabrik Sideboard
5/6/2016 - Modern Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Danish, mid-20th century. A two-piece sideboard designed by Ib Kofod-larsen for Faarup Mobelfabrik in teak with an upper removable unit with adjustable shelves and sliding glass doors, the lower unit with tambour doors opening to a compartmentalized interior with adjustable shelves and four shallow felt-lined drawers, both pieces with manufacturer label on back reading I/S FAARUP MOBELFABRIK / made in denmark / design: ib kofod larsen with DANISH MANUFACTURERS CONTROL logo; ht. 56.5, wd. 80, dp. 19 in.

Condition:  
Light surface damage with a few minor scratches and dings, The left leg to the upper unit has been reattached with later hardware (see photo). Back has some patches of white paint (see photo).

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