1960s ALBERTS TIBRO COFFEE TABLE
Mid century timber veneer coffee table with teak tapered legs & wire magazine rack. Made in Sweden in 1963 by Alberts Tibro, the renowned manufacturer started by carpenter and designer Albert Larsson. It's a really lovely, simple & classy design, classic Scandinavian mid century. The table has been freshly oiled & buffed.
Fun fact: Alberts Tibro specialised in coffee tables and Larsson is most famous for the 'Table in a Jar' table.
Excellent condition. There is a little rust and wear on the magazine rack. Tabletop has light wear & some very fine white splatter in one patch, like VERY fine. Hardly noticeable.
H45 x W70 x D50cm
Local pick up from Coburg, Melbourne VIC or
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