Bas van Pelt wardrobe maple veneer
Bas van Pelt wardrobe in blond maple veneer.
Bas van Pelt was entrepreneur (had his own factory), interior architect, furniture designer and resistance fighter. He survived a year in a concentration camp but was so weakened that he passed away shortly after the war ended.
armoire, closet, storage cabinet, cupboard;
shelving left and hang area right;
The veneering on the doors is magical, incredible quality, you’ll not find another soon. The pattern is called V-Match using, I’m guessing, Quarter-sawn Curly Maple, with, again guessing. mahogany interior and teak sides.
labeled (2x): Meubelfabriek Van Pelt;
decorative brass feet with one levelling foot in the middle;
during photography we were not able to locate the hanging rod or the keys
Art Deco influenced interbellum Modernist Dutch Design.
vintage, retro, 30s, 1930s, thirties,
DesignerBas van Pelt
ProducerMeubelfabriek van Pelt
Conditiongood, mild wear
1 in stock