Kai Kristiansen Bow Front Tallboy Dresser has 7 drawers; small, inert stain in the bottom drawer; Veneer repairs as pictured.
Designer: Kai Kristiansen
Materials: Solid teak and teak veneer
Size: 17.5”d x 31.5”w x 44”h
Condition: Good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
Veneer repair on front.
“This all original tallboy is truly beautiful. Kai K’s elegant base and masterful sense of detail on the edges sets this bureau apart from the crowd. The drawers are useful-sized, and because it is only 31½” wide, it will fit in places your usual 36” wide tallboy will not”. – George
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Kai Kristiansen’s designs have become some of the most well known pieces to be created in the mid part of the 20th century and his name has become synonymous with Danish modern. He trained as a cabinet maker, graduating in 1948 and then went on to train under Kaare Klint at the Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He went on to open his own office and designed for many companies such as Schou Andersen Møbelfabrik, Feldballes, Magnus Olesen, Fritz Hansen, Axel Kjærsgaard and Heltborg. He designed many pieces of furniture such as sideboards, desks, chairs, tables, shelving units and cabinetry. His FM shelving system was widely popular not only Scandinavia but also throughout North America and the rest of Europe for it’s flexiblility and design. Source: Scandinavian.modern