Rosewood bookcase, Danish design, 1970s, designer: Svend Langkilde
The bookcase was made in the 1970s. It was designed by the icon of Danish design Svend Langkilde.
The structure is covered with rosewood veneer. Legs made of solid wood, stained black. Surface refreshed. Inside, the space has been filled with practical shelves, six of which are height-adjustable. The bookcase is an ideal solution for a large collection of books in a small living space. Additionally, it will serve well as a bookcase for collector's items. The furniture in the back wall has three holes for cables.
Condition: Surface of the bookcase after conservation. Minor scratches and small losses are visible and have been filled. Larger signs of use are always shown in the photos. The product is ready to use.
*For safety reasons, the furniture for transport may have its legs unscrewed, doors and shelves removed. Assembly should not be a problem. If you have any doubts, please contact us and we will send you an instructional video. Shelves for heavy loads or with glass doors should additionally be fixed to the wall with quick-mounting pins.