Presenting this beautiful Teak Mid Century Modern Sideboard / Credenza by Nils Jonsson Model Trio for Troeds, made in Sweden.
Stunning Teak on display throughout this entire piece. Two smooth gliding cabinet doors accented with darker inlaid pulls.
In the middle is the lovely set of 4 louvered front drawers. The top drawer features felt lining along with dividers and the original sliding tray for versatile storage. The lower 3 drawers offer nice capacity for storing additional items.
Top hutch with lovely teak shelving offering ample storage capabilities. Featuring 2 doors with inlayed glass and the 2 original skeleton keys that work perfectly!
This piece has been refinished and is in excellent vintage condition.
Overall Dimensions Credenza with Hutch:
Width 75” / Depth 17” / Height 79”
Width 75” / Depth 17” / Height 31.5”
Credenza Drawer Dimensions
Width 23” / Length 13.75” / Height 3.5”
Credenza Side Cabinets
Width 23.75” / Depth 16” / Height 18”
Shelf spacing 9” in between.
Top Hutch Dimensions:
Width 50” / Depth 13.75” / Height 47.5”
About the designer:
Nils Jonsson was designing in the same period as mid-century modern heavyweights like Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and Verner Panton, many Danish and Swedish cabinetmakers did not garner the same attention as their contemporaries who concentrated on seating and lighting.
Creating mostly secretaires , tables , and sideboards , Nils Jonsson’s contribution to Scandinavian modern design has not been forgotten, due to the fastidious labeling of his products which allow for easy identification and the healthy appetite of vintage lovers for Jonsson's sleek, high-quality designs.
During the 1950s, Jonsson’s designs were produced by Tørring Møbelfabrik in Denmark. In the 1960s, Jonsson’s most productive period, his designs were produced by the Swedish company Troeds Bjärnum. Established in 1934 by Svea and Hugo Troedsson, Troeds produced pieces in typical Scandinavian modern style.
Jonsson worked alongside the well-respected designer Yngve Ekström, whose work was also produced by Troeds.