20th Century Modern Furniture and Accessories

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[SOLD]High Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950s Raymond Loewy designed this clean-lined dresser for the Mengel Furniture Company. Solidly constructed of a handsomely grained oak, it has six drawers, one of which has two dividers. All drawers feature the original long aluminum pulls. A corresponding […]

Low Dresser by Raymond Loewy for Mengel

USA, 1950s Raymond Loewy designed this clean-lined dresser for the Mengel Furniture Company. Solidly constructed of a handsomely grained oak, it has four drawers that feature the original long aluminum pulls. A corresponding six-drawer dresser is also available.

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 […]

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.

[SOLD] Chest by John Kapel for John Stuart

USA, 1950s This tall walnut chest was designed by John Kapel and manufactured by John Stuart Inc. The chest is composed of two units: an upper portion that is 16″ deep and a lower portion that is 20″ deep. The […]

[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.

[SOLD] Cabinet Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin Group

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

[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.

[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.

[SOLD]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.

[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 […]

[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 […]

[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.

[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.

[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.

[SOLD] Rosewood Chest Cabinet by Harvey Probber

USA, 1960’s This elegant rosewood chest has 10 drawers on the left (large bottom drawer) and adjustable shelves on the right.

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