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Item Details. A Danish Modern, teak breakfront cabinet, in two sections. The upper breakfront cabinet has a projecting center bay with angular framed doors, flanked on either side by cabinets with glass paneled doors. We combined a rustic look with a sleek contemporary design to create a storage system for today’s active lifestyle. Our Modern County Buffet is a combination of a classic sideboard and a six section open wall cabinet. Skovby was founded by a talented cabinet maker, Thorvald Rasmussen in 1933. At 23 years old, the young Rasmussen started up his own family business in his mother’s little house in Skovby.
Gustavian Breakfront Cabinet
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