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REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto
REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto
REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto
REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto
REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto
REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT - Mid Century Modern Toronto

REFINISHED MCM Walnut Cabinet by Jens Risom, commercial quality 3 ft, PERFECT

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Rarely seen smaller size vintage Mid Century Modern lockable walnut cabinet by Jens Risom with a floating look. It has been stripped, sanded and refinished with Danish oil to perfect like new condition. Credenza comes with a wooden back and nickeled hardware; it has one cupboard behind 2 hinged doors (adjustable/ removable shelf inside). Gorgeous walnut wood grain inside out.
L 36"  x D 21" x H 30" (H includes 7.5" legs/frame).  

Sleek modern lines and multiple uses. Quality vintage construction only seen on designer pieces; strong and sturdy. Circa 1960’s.Great for home office and smaller houses and condos as a sideboard, TV media console, buffet or bar.

The first true Knoll designer, Jens Risom joined the young Hans Knoll Furniture Company in the early 1940s as the sole designer of interiors and furniture. Born in Denmark to the well-known architect Sven Risom, Jens worked in Stockholm for one year before graduating from the prestigious Kundstandvaerkerskolen in Copenhagen.

Risom left Denmark for the United States in 1938 and, for two years, served as Director of Interior Design at the studio of Dan Cooper, Inc. in New York before starting a freelance career specializing in furniture and textiles. It was during this time that he met Hans Knoll. The pair collaborated on an exhibition for the New York World’s Fair. Knoll asked Risom, who had been searching for a promoter and manufacturer, to help him design interiors for clients around New York.