This sideboard was designed in the 50's by the French designer Alain Richard for Meuble TV (label designed and producer present inside, picture n°12). It consists of a black lacquered metal base on which rests a veneer elm structure. Two sliding doors are present on the front opening on the left on a shelf, on the right on two shelves and three drawers. The two original L-shaped handles are in black lacquered metal.
this product is in good vintage condition
the varnish of this product has been redone by our cabinetmaker partner.
Alain Richard sideboard model 196 in elm edition Meuble TV 1950
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