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Mid-Century Teak Hutch

Mid-Century Teak Veneer Service Hutch


A mid-century teak veneer service buffet from Snowdrift Antiques.


This is a very cool service buffet from an unknown maker. It is probably from the mid to late 1960s. It is made of  teak veneer. It is one solid piece and does not separate. It features numerous compartments and storage areas.


The top section has 1 wooden door and two sliding glass doors, both in front of fixed shelves. In the center area is an open space. This section is covered by a dark gray piece of glass for nice contrast against the wood. To the right of that is a dropdown door that gives access to another storage area and provides a melamine covered service space. The bottom section is a set of three drawers with a door and a fixed shelf storage area on either side.


This piece is in very good vintage condition.  There is some minor raising of the veneer near the top left edge, about the size of a dime or less, slightly visible in image 6, top left corner.  There is some blackening of the veneer in the back left corner of the open section, hidden by the dark gray glass. See image 8.  It is structurally sound. I have frosted the glass in one image to eliminate distracting reflection and glare.


This piece measures 54 inches wide x 16 ¾ x 60 high.


This is a nice piece with mid-century style that can function as a buffet hutch and a small bar and still provide plenty of storage.


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