Large-scale Brazilian rosewood bookcase from Denmark, circa mid-1960s. This all original example has eight adjustable shelves and two that are built in. Beautiful graining to the rosewood case.
Hans Wegner for Ry Mobler teak book shelf circa late 1950’s. This all original example has 5 shelves (4 of which are adjustable), and is executed in beautifully grained aged teak.
Chic Lucite and brass étagère, circa early 1970s. This example has 1″ thick Lucite with three shelves and fabulous brass detailing.
Early George Nelson Herman Miller modular chest on bench circa early 1950’s. This very functional example has an ebonized walnut chest with glass doors and shelves that sits atop a two tone slat bench. These pieces have been impeccably refinished.
Striking Paul Mccobb for Calvin Gentleman’s chest circa mid 1950’s. This example is made of striped African mahogany, satin finished brass stretchers and detailing and chrome plated steel pulls. The chest has recently been impeccably restored. Please see our other listings for an accompanying Mccobb chest.
Danish sideboard/ hutch circa early 1960’s. This elegant example has a drop down door with a glass backed interior. There are four drawers beneath the drop down door with inset solid teak handles and two large sliding doors with adjustable interior shelves. The legs of this chest are truly striking as well.
Pair of beautiful rosewood bookcases/chests from Denmark circa early 1960’s. These all original examples each are done in wonderfully grained rosewood and each have removable bookshelf tops with drawers. The bottom sections vary slightly. One has six drawers, the other three drawers and a drop down door. Price listed is per chest.
Rosewood, lucite, glass and polished aluminum etagere circa early 1970’s. This example has four 2″ thick tubular lucite legs with polished aluminum accents. The top and bottom of the etagere is done in Brazilian rosewood and there are five tempered glass shelves for more than ample display surface.
Important Edward Wormley for Dunbar chest #5752 circa 1960. This example was done for the Janus line and was a special order in size and finish (bleached walnut and rosewood). The chest features 6 original hand carved Japanese wood blocks that are inset two per door. There are three doors that each have an adjustable shelf on the interior. There are three rosewood pencil drawers for additional storage and the bleached walnut legs have brass detailing on the ends.
Pair of George Nelson for Herman Miller tall night stands circa late 1940’s. These examples are from the Primavera line and have 3 open spaces and pull out shelves. The legs are ebonized black and the frames and shelves have been recently lacquered. Price is for the pair.