S Range Sideboard by John and Sylvia Reid for Stag Furniture, UK, 1959


Classic midcentury teak sideboard by John & Sylvia Reid for Stag S range series.

S Range sideboard designed in 1959 by John and Sylvia Reid for Stag Furniture, UK. An icon post-war british design. Teak wood with beech interior and polished steel bases and handles. Two doors and four drawers with two pull out trays inside. Signed with Stag logo.


About the designer 

Here in Britain, 1952 was the year that the furniture design world would sit up and take notice of a new pioneering design couple - John and Sylvia Reid, designers for Stag Furniture from 1952-62. John and Sylvia Reid started their careers as architects having met each other at the Regent Street Polytechnic School of Architecture in London. Their personal and creative partnership was to last for five decades until the sad death of John Reid in 1992.

In the early 1950s the duo worked for British designer Robin Day and S. Hille & Co, a small furniture company that switched tack to become an industry leader in modern design.   Sylvia and John Reid were hired by the Stag Cabinet Company, based in Nottingham, in the early 1950s. Stag, like many manufacturers at the time, wanted to be at the forefront of latest trends and this they did by working with fresh talent to design furniture that could be well made but easily reproduced for the mass market. Their partnership was to last from 1952 until the early 1960s, when the Reid’s architecture projects took precedence.



Depth: 48 cm

Length: 137 cm 

Height: 70 cm



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