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Pastoe CB07
Secretaire
Cees Braakman
1950's

1.350 euro

Rare CB07 secretaire

designed in the 1950's

by Cees Braakman for Pastoe.

The design from the Birch series is well

know for tis typical bent legs. 

Secretaire, slides, shelve, two doors, ... 

In a really good vintage condition.

With name tag at the back + name tag on the inside of the door. 

Key is missing. 

  • Depth :       43 cm

  • Height :    118 cm 

  • Width:        87 cm

 

Zeldzame BB03 boekenkast uit de Berkenserie van Pastoe, ontworpen in de jaren van dor Cees Braakman. 


Materiaal berkenhout en berkenfineer.

Secretaire, opbergvak en originele schuiven aanwezig + twee deuren en een legplank. 

Met de kenmerkende lus-poten.

Gemerkt op de achterkant + merkplaatje op de binnenkant van de deur. 

In een hele mooie vintage staat. 

 

Sleutel is niet meer aanwezig.

 

Did you know?

Pastoe’s story began in 1913 in Utrecht, when German-Dutch businessman Frits Loeb (1889-1959) decided to produce chairs in a traditional cabinetmaking workshop to sell in his own shop. His atelier—named Utrechtsche Machinale Stoel-en Meubelfabrik (UMS) at the time—quickly grew and in 1917 moved into a large factory facility, manufacturing furniture for a range of retail outlets. In 1918, the factory was moved again to the Rotsoord area in Utrecht, where it is still located today. While the early furniture lines