Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Paul McCobb Double Dresser

Calvin Furniture


Gorgeous Walnut Double Dresser

Features Beautiful Architectural Form 

Long, Straight Legs with Steel inserts

Newly Revisited Cleat Pulls

Eight Drawers in Total

Truly Amazing, Flowing, Rich Wood Grain Patterns Overall

In Overall Pristine Refinished Condition

66" x 18" x 34"


Pair of American of Martinsville Step Tables or Nightstands


Walnut Step Tables Feature Inset Italian Travertine Tops

Two Drawers Each with Beautifully Bowed Drawer Fronts

Tapered and Capped Legs

Finished Backs

In Overall Excellent Refinished Condition

21.25" x 29" x 16" H
Step 24"


Monday, July 21, 2014

Mount Airy Highboy Dresser or Gentleman's Chest of Drawers


Manufactured by Mt Airy Furniture

Retailed by John Stuart

Features Walnut Body, Mahogany and Olive Burl Drawer Fronts

Spectacular Wood Grains

Very Clean, Distinctive Straight Lines

Tons of Storage with Six (6) Drawers and One Fixed Shelf

Very High End Heavy Construction and Craftsmanship 

In Overall Pristine Refinished Condition

42" x 19" x 48"


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Hooker Highboy Dresser or Gentleman's Chest of Drawers

Mainline Collection


Features Cone Brass Pulls

Sculpted Tapered Legs

More than Ample Storage with Four (4) Large Drawers Total

In Overall Good Original Vintage Condition 

38" x 18" x 42.25"


Tuesday, July 15, 2014

John Van Koert Desk or Vanity Table


Counterpoint Collection


Features Crisp, Clean Straight Lines

Signature Wild Grained Cherry and Mahogany Woods

A Large Single Drawer (Center) and One (Top Left) Flat Pull Out

 The Pull Out and Two Drawers Form 3 Drawer Fronts in a Single Column to the Left

 What Visually Looks Like a Floating Box Creates a Large Cubby with Tambour Door

Truly Amazing Rich Wood Grains and Exceptional Design

In Overall Very Good Original Vintage Condition

54" x 30" x 30"



Van Koert started out as a jewelry designer for Harry Winston after WWII and later branched into industrial design. He also is well known for designing silver for Towle, particularly the Contour design, his particular attention to the drawer pulls and other hardware on his furniture pieces.  The Counterpoint collection for Drexel precedes his Profile collection for the firm, and was only in production from 1956 to 1958.