Parker Two-Door & Drawer Sideboard (Circa 1979) - Structured Rebellion
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Parker Two-Door & Drawer Sideboard (Circa 1979)

1 x 1979 Teak Parker Two-Door & Drawer Sideboard

Hard to find Parker sideboard with two drawers and doors. Late 1970s piece with some damage to the top due to previous use. Top has been sanded and sealed with several coats of stain and Danish oil. New cigar legs have also been added to the base.



Fair condition with some damage to the top
Has been sanded, stained and covered in Danish Oil
New cigar legs have been added
Teak and teak veneer construction
Two-door cabinet with iconic square knobs
Two-drawers slide easily
No internal shelves
Makers mark and stamps, Parker Furniture 1979


H 88cm x W 46cm x L 127cm.
Internal doors: H 50cm x W 58cm


Jack Parker started making kitchen furniture in 1935, establishing The Parker Furniture Company, now one of Australian furniture's biggest success stories.

The popularity and love for Parker's beautifully crafted furniture is because of its high quality construction and superb innovation. Between the 1950s-1980’s everybody wanted to own a piece of Parker Furniture and in this new millennium people still feel the same way.




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