Aleaxander Henry McIntosh (1835-1919) founded his very successful fine furniture manufacturing facility in 1869 in the Fife region of Scotland, and became known after World War II for mid-century TEAK cabinetry, particularly sideboards. I normally call these pieces "credenzas". In 1948, Tom Robertson joined the company as the lead designer, working with them until 1983.
This piece is 71 inches long, 32 inches high, 19 inches deep at its thickest, which is the middle of the piece. The wood grain on the top suggests it is quarter sawn, and the borders of the left and right end doors are the same, surrounding a dark teak square with a brass pull in the middle. The handles to the center doors, which are vertically fluted, are solid brass drip handles. All original. In good condition with age appropriate wear for a piece of fine furniture from Europe that is at least 60 years old. NO gouges on top, sides or doors, or drawers inside each end cubby. Please come and see this wonderful piece.