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Circa 1960s Mid Century Danish Modern Teak Desk by Dyrlund

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    Posted 7 years ago

    dj-reverb
    (244 items)

    Picked up this sweet teak desk up by Dyrlund. This desk is from the 1960s and is in great shape. Just needs a bit of cleaning and teak oil. The handles are chrome and flush mounted you push to open. Very cool!!!

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    1. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      Hey welcome back! Missed your postings. This desk is sweet!
    2. dj-reverb dj-reverb, 7 years ago
      Thanks Amber! I have a ton of stuff to post.
    3. Hunter Hunter, 7 years ago
      Awesome piece! I have a very similar looking desk - without the amazing hardware - but was wondering where you found the Dyrlund marking. Can't seem to locate any manufacturer's label...
    4. dj-reverb dj-reverb, 7 years ago
      Hunter I found the dyrlund sticker in the drawer.
    5. Hunter Hunter, 7 years ago
      cool thanks!
    6. dkramer, 6 years ago
      I have the same desk! Although I think my pulls are brass. It was given to me years ago and I'm thinking of selling it, but have no idea what it's worth. Do you have any more info about this type of furniture? I asked at a local antique store, and he wasn't familiar with the brand, but would contact someone who was. He was interested because it was mid-century modern. He asked if it was all teak, or teak veneer over another wood like walnut. (I only showed him a photo). I said I thought it was all teak, but I wasn't sure. Can I ask what you paid for yours?

      Thanks,
      Deborah

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