A stylish and striking mid century modern teak nest of tables with geometric design by McIntosh of Kirkcaldy. The frames are built from solid Afromosia with tabletops in teak veneer, Note the distinct wood grain and rich tones. A square frame with long, slim legs that make each an attractive side table.
In excellent condition, the set has been stripped of its original finish, sanded with a clear satin lacquer finish applied to accentuate the natural wood tone.
A. H. McIntosh was founded in 1869 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland by Alexander Henry McIntosh. The company quickly gained traction both in Britain and overseas, promoting its high quality furniture in Europe and as far afield as Australia. After becoming one of the post World War II leading lights in British furniture manufacture their popularity dwindled in the late 1970s. Today, McIntosh collectors seek out furniture from the firm's heyday, the 1950s to the mid 1970s, with particular interest in their sleek 1960's Mid Century Modern pieces, inspired by Tom Robertson and Val Rossi's appreciation of Scandinavian design.
Manufacturer: McIntosh of Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Materials: Teak veneer top, solid Afromosia legs
Large - W. 53.5 cm – D. 36.5 cm – H. 53.5 cm
Medium - W. 47.5cm - D. 34.5 cm - H. 51.5cm
Small - W. 39.5 cm - D. 32.5 cm - H. 49.5cm
Condition: Excellent restored condition. Professionally stripped, sanded with a satin lacquer finish applied. May have slight age related marks which do not detract from the overall appearance.
Packing dimensions: W. 64 – D. 47 - H. 64