Solid teak credenza by Gunni Omann for Omann Jun circa late 1950’s. This fabulous example has sculptural solid teak handles with subtly tapered solid teak legs. The left side of the chest has five dove tailed drawers and the center and right side have an adjustable shelf and built in shelves. The chest has recently been oiled and waxed and is truly stunning in person.
Rare Giuseppe Scapinelli patchwork rosewood sideboard circa late 1950′s. This stunning nearly 8′ example has four doors clad patchwork rosewood fronts and beautifully grained rosewood case. The center section has 4 drawers and behind the other three doors are adjustable shelves. The base is solid rosewood and the entire chest has recently been oiled.
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company sideboard circa early 1950’s. This example is done in striped African mahogany and has seven drawers and two doors with interior storage. The x pulls are solid brass and the solid cork top has been newly refinished.
Fabulous cantilevered walnut and chrome sideboard or credenza, circa early 1970s. This all original example has beautiful graining to the walnut, four doors with square chrome pulls and ample interior storage with adjustable shelves and drawers. The base is polished tubular chrome.
Early Florence Knoll for Knoll walnut and lacquered credenza circa late 1950’s. This all original example has a walnut case with solid walnut legs with finger joint detailing. The back is finished walnut so it can be floated if need be. The door fronts are off white lacquer and the interior has drawers and adjustable shelves.
Early Florence Knoll for Knoll credenza or sideboard circa late 1950’s. This example has solid walnut finger jointed legs, 4 doors with stainless pulls and plenty of interior storage. There is some wear to the case but very monor for its 60 years of use.
Rare Giuseppe Scapinelli patchwork rosewood sideboard circa late 1950’s. This stunning nearly 8′ example has four doors clad patchwork rosewood fronts and beautifully grained rosewood case. The center section has 4 drawers and behind the other three doors are adjustable shelves. This chest was restored before we purchased it. Please keep in mind that perfection and Brazilian furniture rarely walk hand in hand so it is not absolutely pristine. A similar example recently sold at Phillips Design London for nearly $35000.
8 drawer chest of drawers by Edmond Spence circa mid 1950’s. This example has beautiful flame grained maple drawer fronts, two tone maple legs and inset patinated brass pulls. The middle section has two adjustable shelves behind the maple door. Please see our other listings for other pieces by Spence.
Stunning Ole Wanscher credenza from Denmark circa late 1950’s. This example has recently been impeccably restored and has 7 interior drawers, and two adjustable shelves. Please see Red’s other listings for the accompanying highboy.
Ditte and Adrian Heath for Cado cerused sideboard circa early 1970’s. This example is solid ash with sled legs and two sliding doors with three interior drawers and one adjustable shelf. The finish has been done in a limes or cerused gray and white finish wherein the the exquisite graining is off white and the background is a lovely deep gray. Red also has 6 dining chairs and dining table from the same series finished in the same way.