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Edward Wormley for Dunbar Tambour Credenza with Pop-Up Table, circa 1960

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Designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, this innovative, inspired piece functions as both a credenza and a pop-up table, enabling it to operate in numerous settings. Comprising of teak tambour doors with brass lip hardware, which slide and retract neatly to reveal three drawers, one cupboard, two open storage spaces and pullout shelf. One of the drawers and the cupboard are lockable. The pop-up table feature is aptly incorporated on the opposite side of the piece, with brass hardware that expands to support the walnut leaf, creating a continuous table surface.

This inventive, multi-use piece could be seamlessly incorporated in to Traditional, Mid-Century Modern, Asian-Inspired, Minimalist or contemporary decor concept as a credenza, work desk, dining table, occasional table, bar, office document storage and drinks cabinet. It would be excellently suited in a living room, dining room, cocktail lounge area or office and perfect for an apartment.

Restored condition. Original Dunbar label affixed inside. Offered by Automaton

Product Specifications

Dimensions
Depth: 20
Width: 48
Height: 29

Vintage Specifications

Creator
Edward Wormley
Condition
Excellent

Nearby Showrooms

Dering Hall

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