Andre Sornay wardrobe in mahogany and beige panels 1960

Reference:
3626-3628
Description

This wardrobe was designed by the Lyonnais cabinetmaker André Sornay in the 1960s in France (label present on the structure). It is composed of a black lacquered metal base, a mahogany structure and beige Isorel panels. On the front, all the doors are sliding. The base is new, it was made to measure by our partner metallurgist. The structure and the panels are completely original.

The interior is divided into several storage spaces, with a wardrobe section on the left.

A wonderful vintage piece to place in your interior.

IMPORTANT: this piece is presented "in its own juice", it is possible to personalize it according to your tastes and your expectations, we can, on estimate, have one or both front doors lacquered, do not hesitate to ask us.

Product Details
3626-3628

Data sheet

Designer:
Andre Sornay
Condition:
many traces of time are visible since the cabinet is entirely original
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice patina of the wood
Restoration:
this product has been cleaned and checked in our restoration workshop
Height:
205
Length:
105
Depth:
60
Andre Sornay wardrobe in mahogany and beige panels 1960

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