Beautiful and rare teak console dating back to the 1950s. This piece was acquired from the original owners who brought it back from Europe in the late-1950s. The cabinet offers storage for LPs and also could be outfitted with stereo components. The speaker cabinets have never had actual speakers built-in. The cabinet is in beautiful condition and free from chips or other damage and shows an attractive, aged patina. The cabinets are also finished on the back so this could also be floated in a room and used to break up a larger room.
Dimensions: 31 3/4" H x 20 1/2" D x 96" W
Console measures 54" wide
Each speaker measures 20 3/4" wide
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