Rare small sideboard designed by Martin Visser (1922-2009) for ‘t Spectrum in 1958. This small sideboard, type KW61 also called 'Overloon' and was the 1st model from these series, designed by Martin Visser and Jos Manders. This was only produced for 1 year 1959-1960 at ‘t Spectrum so this is an hard to find sideboard. It has a black metal base and a Regina mahogany wooden storage which has a gorgeous grain to the woodn and with 2 white lacquered sliding doors. Behind the sliding doors you will find 1 Shelve on the left and a small shelve and 4 white drawers on the right. The sideboard is in a very nice condition, professionally restored back to perfect, now with only minimal normal wear due to age and usage. Take your chance. Would look great in any modern design interior, home or office.
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