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BSC Double Dressers and Suspended Vanity by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD] BSC Double Dressers and Suspended Vanity by George Nelson for Herman Miller

United States, circa 1952 Part of the basic storage components that George Nelson designed for Herman Miller in 1952, this extraordinary set comprises two dressers in a warm walnut on either side of a suspended vanity. Each 34-inch-wide dresser contains four
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BSC Dresser: Cabinet by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD]BSC Dresser/ Cabinet by George Nelson for Herman Miller

United States, circa 1952 George Nelson designed this chest or cabinet, model #4621, as part of Herman Miller’s modular basic storage components. The warm walnut case features five drawers and a cabinet with two adjustable shelves — all set with
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Three-Drawer Dresser by Kipp Stewart & Stewart MacDougall for Drexel Declaration

[SOLD]Three-Drawer Dresser by Kipp Stewart & Stewart MacDougall for Drexel Declaration

United States, Late 1950s Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall designed this dresser as part of Drexel’s popular Declaration collection. Their signature white porcelain pulls highlight the beauty of the oiled walnut. The three-drawer case sits atop tapered legs of solid
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Men's Dresser by Kipp Stewart & Stewart Macdougal for Drexel Declaration

[SOLD]Men’s Dresser by Kipp Stewart & Stewart Macdougal for Drexel Declaration

United States, Late 1950s Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougal designed this gentlemen’s dresser as part of Drexel’s popular Declaration collection. Their signature white porcelain pulls highlight the beauty of the oiled walnut. Three drawers sit atop tapered legs of solid
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High Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

High Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950s This simple and stately dresser was designed by Raymond Loewy and manufactured by Mengel. It is constructed of oak and features seven drawers with aluminum drawer pulls. Corresponding low dresser also available.

Low Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

Low Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950s This simple and stately dresser was designed by Raymond Loewy and manufactured by Mengel. It is constructed of oak and features four drawers with aluminum drawer pulls. Corresponding high dresser also available.

10-Drawer Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin

[SOLD] 10-Drawer Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin

USA, 1950s This dresser was designed by Paul McCobb and manufactured by Calvin furniture. It is constructed of mahogany with a brass frame and brass accents. The dresser has six large drawers and four small drawers. Original label is intact.

Thin Edge Eight-Drawer Rosewood Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Early Thin Edge Eight-Drawer Rosewood Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

United States, 1955 This beautiful chest of drawers, designed in 1952 by George Nelson and manufactured by Herman Miller in 1955, showcases a stunning rosewood grain and the original white porcelain pulls. Its especially thin-edged case sits on tapered aluminium
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Thin Edge Ten-Drawer Rosewood Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Early Thin Edge Ten-Drawer Rosewood Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

United States, 1955 This beautiful chest of drawers, designed in 1952 by George Nelson and manufactured by Herman Miller in 1955, showcases a stunning rosewood grain and the original white porcelain pulls. Its especially thin-edged case sits on tapered aluminium
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Stately Campaign Chest by John Stuart

Campaign Style Chest of Drawers by John Stuart

USA, 1950s This large, campaign-style chest of drawers was manufactured in the 1950s by John Stuart, a company known for their high-quality pieces that referenced earlier centuries. It comprises four large drawers, two medium drawers, one small drawer, and a
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Sideboard by Merton Gershun for Martinsville

Walnut Sideboard by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville

USA, 1950s Merton Gershun designed this handsome walnut sideboard for Martinsville’s Dania Collection. On the left, three deep louvered-front drawers create a seamless flow. On the right, two doors with brass pulls conceal three white lacquered drawers and additional shelving.
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Dresser Set with Storage Table and Bookcase by George Nelson for Herman Miller

Modular Set with Dresser, Table, and Bookcase by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s George Nelson designed this modular unit for Herman Miller. It comprises one dresser, one cabinet, one bookcase hutch, and a table with organized storage. The pieces are composed of comb-grain oak with ebonized legs and wood drawer pulls. The
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Small Chest by William A. Berkey Furniture for Widdicomb

Small Chest by William A. Berkey Furniture for Widdicomb

USA, 1940s Created by William A. Berkey Furniture Co. for its parent company Widdicomb, this charming small walnut dresser features three drawers with ornately carved, gold-leafed fronts.

Dresser by John Kapel for John Stuart

[SOLD] Dresser by John Kapel for John Stuart

USA, 1950s This long walnut dresser was designed by John Kapel and manufactured by John Stuart Inc. It has each drawers, each with a elegant wooden drawer pull, that each feature multiple compartments. Corresponding tall chest and pair of nightstands
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Teak Dresser by Borge Mogensen for Soborg Mobler

[SOLD] Teak Dresser by Borge Mogensen for Soborg Mobler

Denmark, 1960s This dresser was designed by Borge Mogensen for Soborg Mobler. It is constructed of teak and features eight spacious drawers with unique teak drawer pulls.

Cabinet Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin Group

[SOLD] Cabinet Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin Group

USA, 1950s This petite dresser features 4 roomy drawers concealed behind two accordion doors.

Planner Group Dresser by Paul McCobb for Winchendon Furniture

[SOLD] Planner Group Dresser by Paul McCobb for Winchendon Furniture

USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Winchendon Furniture’s popular Planner Group line, this dresser is constructed of solid maple and features six spacious drawers.

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[SOLD] French Art Deco Dresser

France, 1930s This demi-lune French dresser is composed of a beautiful burl wood case with four contrasting reeded columns. It features three deep drawers with brass ring drawer pulls.

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[SOLD] Planner Group Dresser by Paul McCobb for Winchendon Furniture

USA, 1950s This dresser was designed by Paul McCobb for Winchendon Furniture’s Planner Group line. The dresser is composed of a six-drawer case piece that sits atop a detached platform (see pictures). The dresser has been expertly refinished but features
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[SOLD]Large Walnut Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, this walnut dresser features satin chrome J-shaped drawer pulls and rare tapered satin chrome legs. Four of the eight drawers are slightly larger than the others, giving the dresser an attractive
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[SOLD]Pair of Small Walnut Dressers by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, these walnut dressers feature satin chrome J-shaped drawer pulls and rare satin chrome tapered legs. The upper drawer of each is divided into six compartments. A corresponding larger dresser also available.

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Dresser by Paul McCobb for the Calvin Group

USA, 1950s Aluminum accents and drawer pulls emphasize the clean lines and beautiful walnut grain of this four-drawer dresser by Paul McCobb.

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Dresser by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

USA, 1950s This walnut dresser by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb features a beveled frame that houses three deep drawers. Original cloth Widdicomb label. Two available.

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[SOLD] Dresser with Marble Top by Paul McCobb for Calvin Group

USA, 1950s This dresser by Paul McCobb is constructed of a walnut case with brass drawer pulls. It features a new white carrera marble top. This custom-made dresser was purchased directly from the family of the original owner, who was
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[SOLD] Long Dresser with Marble Top by Paul McCobb for Calvin Group

USA, 1950s This dresser by Paul McCobb is constructed of a walnut case with aluminum leg, accents, and drawer pulls. This dresser features a new white carrera marble top. This custom-made dresser was purchased directly from the family of the
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[SOLD] Long Dresser by Paul McCobb for the Planner Group Manufactured by Winchendon

USA, 1950s This exceptional piece by Paul McCobb for the Planner Group (Model 1510) boasts an incredible 20 drawers, 10 of which are concealed behind doors on either side. With classic McCobb tapered legs and round aluminum pulls (top drawers
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[SOLD] Planner Group High Chest by Paul McCobb

USA, 1950s This dresser was designed by Paul McCobb for the Planner Group and was manufactured by Winchendon Furniture. It features a rectangular gallery top over two set-back drawers and four large lower drawers raised on four tapered legs. Signed
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[SOLD] Small Dania Dresser by Merton Gershun for Martinsville

USA, 1950s This dresser was designed by Merton Gershun for Martinsville’s Dania Collection. It is composed of walnut and with brass detailing along the skirt. It features three drawers with a louvered front and practical dividers. Corresponding tall chest also
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[SOLD] Tall Dania Dresser by Merton Gershun for Martinsville

USA, 1950s This dresser was designed by Merton Gershun for Martinsville’s Dania Collection. It is constructed of walnut and features brass accents and drawer pulls. It features three drawers with a louvered front, three deep drawers, and one shallow drawer
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[SOLD] Six-Drawer Dresser by George Nakashima

USA, 1950s This dresser by George Nakashima is made of solid walnut and features beautiful dovetail joinery and six flush drawers.

Chest by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Chest by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s This chest cabinet by George Nelson, model 4620 from Herman Miller’s Basic Cabinet Series, features five drawers with dividers in the first and third drawers.

Chest Cabinet by George Nelson for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Chest Cabinet by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s This chest cabinet by George Nelson, from Herman Miller’s Basic Storage Components, features five drawers and one cabinet with two adjustable shelves. A corresponding five-drawer chest is also available.

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Large Precedent Dresser by Edward Wormley for Drexel

USA, c. 1947 This dresser was designed by Edward Wormley for Drexel’s Precedent Collection. It is composed of silver elm and features ten drawers with brass-plated zinc pulls.

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Dresser by John Widdicomb

USA, 1950′s This cabinet by John Widdicomb is stained in a rich red tone. Two sliding doors enclose eight drawers. A coordinating pair of dressers by John Widdicomb is also available.

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Pair of Dressers by John Widdicomb

USA, 1950′s This pair of dressers by John Widdicomb is stained a rich red and features contrasting brass accents. Each dresser has four drawers, the top of which is divided into three compartments. A coordinating dresser by John Widdicomb is
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Rattan Door Cabinet by Harvey Probber

USA, 1950′s This cabinet by Harvey Probber features two rattan doors that slide open to reveal its inner storage. Three white drawers occupy one half of the cabinet, and open storage with one adjustable shelf occupies the other half.

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Four-Drawer Dresser by Harvey Probber

USA, 1950s This dresser by Harvey Probber features four drawers: two large drawers and two small drawers, one of which is divided into three compartments. Brass drawer pulls and brass-capped feet compliment the warm tone of the mahogany.

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Small Precedent Dresser by Edward Wormley for Drexel

USA, c. 1947 This small dresser was designed by Edward Wormley for Drexel’s Precedent Collection. It is composed of silver elm and features four drawers with brass-plated zinc pulls.

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Precedent Dresser by Edward Wormley for Drexel

USA, c. 1947 This dresser was designed by Edward Wormley for Drexel’s Precedent Collection. It is composed of silver elm and features five drawers with brass-plated zinc pulls.

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Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950′s This dresser was designed by George Nelson as part of Herman Miller’s basic cabinet series. It features four drawers with curved chrome-plated drawer pulls, and it sits atop rectangular ebonized wood legs.

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[SOLD]Tall Dresser by Paul McCobb for the Calvin Group

USA, 1950s Walnut dresser by Paul McCobb with two shallow drawers and four deep drawers. Features aluminum drawer pulls and trim.

Dresser by Dakota Jackson

Dresser by Dakota Jackson

USA, 1980′s This dresser by Dakota Jackson features six drawers with shell-shaped metal drawer pulls. It is finished with a striking yet subtle checkerboard veneer effect.

Dresser with mirror by Lane

[SOLD]Dresser with Mirror by Lane

USA, 1970s Beautiful dresser from the Mosaic Series by Lane. Dresser features nine drawers and a rare attached mirror. Tall dresser also available.

Walnut and Leather Dresser by Rapids

Walnut and Leather Dresser by Rapids

USA, 1960′s This unique dresser is accented with leather-front drawers and diagonal grooves.

Walnut dresser by John Stuart

Walnut Dresser by John Stuart

USA, 1950′s This dresser by John Stuart provides ample storage with its six large drawers and two medium drawers, and two small drawers. All of the drawers feature subtle brass drawer pulls, and the feet are capped in brass. The
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Five Drawer Dresser by Russel Wright for Conant Ball

Five Drawer Dresser by Russel Wright for Conant Ball

USA, 1940′s The unique spacing of the pulls on this elegant dresser create a distinct look. Two shallow drawers above three deep drawers provide ample storage space.

Double Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

Double Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950′s Handsome double dresser with six large drawers.

Dresser Secretary Desk By Raymond Loewy for Mengel

[SOLD] Dresser Secretary Desk By Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950′s This elegant and multi-functional piece features a three-drawer dresser below a spacious secretary desk with one large drawer and eight small storage drawers.

Vanity and dresser set by George Nelson

[SOLD]Dresser Set with Vanity by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950s This beautiful modular unit is comprised of two dressers, one with a side cabinet, with a vanity with lifting mirror in between. Dressers can be on either side. Lighted vanity interior includes two organizer trays. Dimensions of individual
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Dresser by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

Large Dresser by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950′s This spacious chest of drawers features a divided top drawer and original black leather pulls.

Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb dresser

[SOLD] Double Dresser by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

USA, 1950′s This beautiful double dresser is sitting on 4 casters for easy moving.

Heywood Wakefield dressers

Pair of Encore Double Dressers by Heywood Wakefield

USA, 1950′s This pair of #M524 “Mr. and Mrs.” dressers from the Encore Bedroom Group by Heywood Wakefield were manufactured between 1948-1955. These dressers are in pristine condition.

Gilbert Rohde dresser

Four-Drawer Walnut Dresser by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller

USA, 1940s Designed in the 1940s by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller, this clean-lined chest of drawers has pulls that run its width. The dresser has been beautifully refinished, bringing out the distinctive grain of the walnut.

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