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Mid-century storage side cabinet by EE Meyer

 

 

Mid-century storage side cabinet by EE Meyer

R8 400,00Price
  • An elegant and versatile mid-century storage side cabinet, by the renowned EE Meyer (South Africa). Crafted in the 1960s, this vintage piece features solid Imbuia wood construction. It serves beautifully as a petite sideboard, a record cabinet, or a drinks cabinet, adaptable to any room and a variety of uses.

     

    Inside, it offers practical storage solutions, one side of the cabinet features an adjustable-height shelf, while the other side includes a drop-down door with a beautifully sculpted handle and the original key. This door opens to reveal another adjustable-height shelf and additional open storage space.

    Resting on elegant, tapered splayed legs, this side cabinet combines functionality with timeless design.

     

    Condition: It is in very good vintage condition, it has been gently refurbished and refinished. 

    Dimensions: 113 wide x 83 high x 320 deep (cm)

     

    A true treasure that encapsulates the essence of South Africa's most sought-after mid-century furniture manufacturer. With a legacy rooted in timeless craftsmanship and iconic design, EE Meyer creations have become highly sought after. Owning an EE Meyer piece means not only acquiring a beautiful work of art but also preserving a valuable piece of South African design history. 

     

    Meyer was the South African master of understated midcentury elegance, defined by sober and clean designs. The majority of Meyer's furniture was made in beautiful hardwood imbuia.  

     

    The Binnehuis furniture stores were located in Cape Town, Stellenbosch Somerset-West, Newlands, Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg and were owned by a Dutch businessman and his wife, Mr and Mrs van Ewijck, who moved between South Africa and the Netherlands. It seems they were most prolific during the 1960s    

     

    Imbuia is not listed in the CITES Appendices, but is classified as “Vulnerable” on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

     

     

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