OMG! We have totally fallen in love with this credenza! It is so “today” and vintage at the same time with its original painted finish on its cabinet box paired with the beautiful teak wood veneer of its doors and drawers. This rectangular box of a cabinet is lifted from the floor by a recessed tall plinth base with both the box and plinth painted the yummiest creamy white, as well as the inside. It is comprised of the case fitted with two double opening doors on the left, as you look at the cabinet, a single door on the right and four equal size drawers in between. The doors are square with the teak grain running vertically and shelves inside. The drawers have vertical grain as well; and, interestingly, the inside bottom of each drawer is orange. There is no adornment at all apart from a single modern skeleton key which moves from keyhole to keyhole to open doors. We have searched high and low for a maker’s mark on the piece plus searched online to no avail. We believe it could be attributed to Bartels of Germany but cannot be sure. We are sure it is incredible. And gorgeous. And useful. And must me yours!!