Rosewood bookcase, Danish design, 1960s, manufactured by Farsø Møbelfabrik
The bookcase was made in the 1960s. Produced by the well-known Danish manufactory Farsø Møbelfabrik.
The structure is covered with rosewood veneer. The legs and handles are made of solid wood. The surface has been refreshed. Inside the space has been filled with three practical shelves, of which the upper two are height adjustable. A capacious cabinet located at the bottom of the furniture is an additional advantage. A practical solution of sliding doors was applied, thanks to which we limit the need to leave a large free space in front of the furniture, at the same time not restricting our access to its interior. In the cabinet there is a shelf with the possibility of height adjustment. The bookcase is an ideal solution for a large collection of books to be arranged in a small living space. Additionally, it will serve well as a bookcase for collector's items or vinyl records.
Condition: The surface of the furniture after refreshing. Minor scratches, marks and filled veneer losses are visible. Larger signs of use are always shown in the photos. The product is ready to use.
*For safety reasons, for transportation the furniture may have its legs unscrewed, sliding doors and shelves removed. Assembly should not be a problem. However, if in doubt please contact us, we will send you an instructional video.