Robert Ingham Wall Unit / Bureau Made from solid teak, the
doors fronted with rosewood, fitted interior in sycamore with
rosewood fronted drawers circa 1969.
This piece comes with a letter of authentication from Robert
Ingham, the unit was designed to be wall hung but also comes with a
carpeted plinth which lifts it 30cm off the floor. This bureau is a
one off piece designed by arguably Britain’s most influential and
Robert Ingham was the principle of Parnham School set up by John
Makepeace and had a big influence on the new generation of
craftsmen that passed through the school, one pupil David Linley
is quoted as saying’ “I was lucky enough to be taught by Robert
Ingham, in my opinion one of the best furniture makers in England”.