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Mid-Century McIntosh teak display cabinet / bookcase. 



Mid-Century McIntosh teak display cabinet / bookcase

  • A Compact and narrow teak display cabinet or bookcase made in the 1960’s attributed to A.H. Mcintosh. Part of the Dunvegan collection, it was designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh, a Scottish company renowned for producing premium furniture for the British market. This versatile piece functions well as a bookcase, drinks cabinet, or hall cabinet.



    Condition: Good vintage condition. Signs of wear commensurate with age. It has previously been reinforced on the inside. We have gently refurbished and refinished it.



    Width - 96 cm

    Depth - 26 cm

    Height - 88 cm


    McIntosh, a Scottish furniture manufacturer, is celebrated in the vintage market for its mid-century teak cabinetry and sideboards. The company was established in 1869 by Alexander Henry (A.H) McIntosh in Kirkcaldy, Fife. Despite having an aesthetic that resembles Danish modern, McIntosh has always marketed itself as a distinctly Scottish enterprise, embracing traditional craftsmanship and employing local, skilled cabinetmakers. Many pieces from the 1950s and 1960s still bear the McIntosh label, featuring the Scottish thistle and crown. Tom Robertson, who served as the head designer from 1948 to 1983, is famous for his iconic teak Dunvegan sideboard from the 1960s, notable for its sculpted handles.



    Shipping information:

    Due to the glass this item is not available for shipment outside of Cape Town. (The doors can not be removed)



    Like many Mid-Century pieces, it harmoniously combines sturdy solid wood with a top-grade wood veneer.


    We try to capture the condition of our items in our photographs as best as possible. Prior to dispatch all items are carefully cleaned and re-coated with danish oil to ensure your item is looking its best when delivered.


    Restoration Process:

    In our studio workshop, every item undergoes inspection and careful restoration process. We prioritize maintaining the original charm and patina of the piece, while also making it a beautiful addition to modern interiors.


    Our Approach Includes:

    • Examining and reinforcing the joints
    • Cleaning the wood 
    • Conducting veneer repairs as necessary
    • Polishing or refinishing surfaces to enhance their appearance