Fabulous walnut and brass dresser or chest of drawers by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville circa late 1950’s. This all original example has subtle brass pulls and stretchers, 6 exterior drawers and two doors. There are three interior drawers and the walnut case and drawer fronts are beautifully grained walnut.
Walnut and brass highboy by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville circa late 1950’s. This all original example has subtle brass handles and stretchers, 7 drawers and beautiful walnut case and drawer fronts. Please see Red’s other listings for the accompanying nightstands, bench and dresser.
Brazilian rosewood and black lacquered credenza by Founders circa late 1960’s. This chest has a beautifully grained rosewood exterior with black and chrome metal door pulls. The 4 doors open to reveal an interior that has two large drawers and two adjustable shelves. The chest sits on a black lacquered plinth base. Excellent restored condition.
Ebonized petite chest by Monteverdi Young, circa late 1950s. This lovely example has inset turquoise resin and stone handles and has been newly finished in black lacquer.
Lacquered walnut and satin finished brass sideboard by Directional, circa late 1960s. This lovely example has an inset ebonized plinth base and piano hinges, satin finished brass handles and has been impeccably finished. The interior has three drawers and adjustable shelves.
Pair of George Nelson for Herman Miller Primavera chests circa late 1940’s. These all original examples each have 5 drawers and one door. Inset black lacquered legs with combed walnut cases. Price listed is for both chests.
Hand-painted turn of century industrial chest. This beautifully patinated example is broken in and lovely in all the right ways. The frames and drawer fronts are wood and the drawer pulls nickel.
Fabulous pair of striped mahogany and brass chests circa late 1950’s. These lovely examples have striped African mahogany cases with satin finished brass trim and handles. They sit atop inset casters for easy transport. The interiors are lined in charcoal velvet. Price listed is for the pair.
Highly sculptural walnut and aluminum highboy from Canada, circa 1971. This striking example has beautifully formed doors with solid walnut circles and grid forms. The lower portion of the chest is supported by a y shaped walnut base with two drawers with Brutalist aluminum handles above. The interior of the highboy has four dove tailed drawers on one side and an adjustable shelf on the other.
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.