Andre Sornay wardrobe in mahogany and white lacquer 1960

Reference:
3994
Description

This wardrobe was made by the French cabinetmaker André Sornay in the 1960s. It is made up of a mahogany structure and panels lacquered in the original white/beige. It has two sliding doors on the front opening onto shelves.

The structure is assembled thanks to the tigette system patented by the cabinetmaker himself.

A pretty piece of design that will sublimate your interior, it will bring a vintage touch to your decoration. It will find its place in a bedroom or in an entrance hall, a living room...

We love the work of André Sornay, functional furniture with minimalist lines.

Product Details
3994

Data sheet

Designer:
Andre Sornay
Condition:
some traces of time and lack of lacquer
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice general patina
Restoration:
the shelves has been changed
this product has been cleaned and checked in our restoration workshop
Height:
154 cm
Length:
126 cm
Depth:
44 cm
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