top of page

Beautiful wall cabinet designed by Louis Van Teeffelen for the furniture factory Walraven and Bevers (Webe). The combi furniture was given model number 102 and dates from the first half of the 1960s. The cabinet has two open compartments, a flap and two drawers and is often used as a secretary.


This box with Scandinavian look is in beautiful condition. A small piece of a handle broke off at the time, which was glued by the previous owner (see photo). However, this is not striking. Furthermore, the compartment inside is still present, something that is often missing.


Louis van Teeffelen (1921-1972) is a Dutch designer who is best known for his furniture designs for furniture factory Walraven en Bevers, later called Wébé. Louis van Teeffelen was one of the most important and best-known designers there from 1955 to 1967. Unfortunately, he has April 30, 1972 died far too early.

In the fifties and sixties, Wébé grew into one of the larger furniture factories in the Netherlands. At the time it had about 150 employees and its own truck fleet. After a decline in the 1970s due to competition from low-wage countries, the company fell into decline and production ceased in the 1990s.


Unfortunately, due to its size/weight, this item cannot be shipped

Vintage wall cabinet by Louis van Teeffelen for Wébé, 1960s

  • 60's

Related Products

bottom of page