Ash & Walnut Wardrobe by Bohumil Landsman for Jitona, 1960s


A wardrobe designed by Bohumil Landsman in the 1960s and manufactured by the Jiton Soběslav furniture factory in Czechoslovakia. Wardrobe fronts are made of interestingly grained walnut veneer, sides veneered with ash. Solid beech wood elements. The wardrobe has golden, aluminum decorative fittings. Inside, the wardrobe is divided into two parts, on the right there is a rail, on the left there is a rail and two drawers. The wardrobe has a mirror that has been replaced with a new one. It is after a comprehensive carpentry renovation, cleaned of the old surface, painted oak stain and finished with Danish Rustins oil.

Width 118 Height 168 Depth 58

Additional information

Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 58 × 118 × 168 cm