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Danish Modernist Credenza
5/6/2016 - Modern Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Danish, 20th century. A mid-century modern credenza in teak, having a rectangular top, cabinet with two sliding doors, interior fitted with a pull-out shelf and two drawers on one side and two shelves and a removable storage box on the other side, raised on four turned legs; ht. 34, wd. 59, dp. 18 in.

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A few water stains to top, surface scratches consistent with age and use. An area of loss above left front leg.

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