Functionalist wardrobe with chrome elements from the Bauhaus period. It was made in the former Czechoslovakia by Mücke & Melder company in the 1930s. This is a typical example of residential furniture from the Bauhaus period in Central Europe. Material: wood, plywood, chromed construction, maple veneer. The wardrobe is in good original condition, consistent with age and use, chrome well-preserved, veneer slightly scratched in a few places. The wardrobe can be used immediately.
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