Teak Shelving System, 1960s
Two ladders, a few boards, a cupboard here and there and the arbor is ready. Sounds so easy as it is. It doesn't always have to be the rustic oak wall unit, which is why the old Swede Nisse Strinning designed the first string shelf in 1949. A timeless classic to this day and reproduced in a similar form by other manufacturers. Our pretty variant made of beautiful teak was made by the german manufactur WHB. So how about a bit light & airy!?
Good vintage condition with slight traces of usage.
Measures: width 74cm, depth 39cm, height 166cm.
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