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Sunday, March 31, 2013











Vintage Stow & Davis Credenza / Bar / Buffet / Sideboard


Art Deco Style 

with Two Drawers and a Removable Shelf

Makes a Great Media Console!

Features Sculpted Solid Brass Hardware and Gorgeous Wood Grains

In Overall Good Original Vintage Condition

45" x 18" x 29"

SOLD



Friday, March 29, 2013








Mid Century Modern Highboy Dresser


1960s

Danish Modern Style Walnut Highboy Dresser / Gentleman's Tall Dresser / Chest of Drawers / Bachelor Chest

A Single Flush and Three Louvered Drawer Fronts with Geometric Patterned Detail

Beautiful Walnut, Walnut Veneer, Tapered Legs and Dovetail Construction

Possibly Manifactured by Ward Furniture Co.

In Overall Good Original Vintage Condition 

31.75" x 17.75" x 41" H

SOLD

Thursday, March 21, 2013








Mid-Century Black Lacquered Credenza with Hutch


c. 1960s

Small Danish Modern Style Lacquered Credenza / Buffet with Attached Hutch / Sideboard / Bar

Beautiful Black Lacquer Finish with Brass Hardware.

Great Size, Perfect for Apartments and Smaller Spaces! Will Work with All Decors: Modern, Contemporary, Traditional, Vintage, Retro, Mid Century, Danish Modern and Eclectic

In Overall Very Good Vintage Condition

40" x 15" x 66.25" H

SOLD



Tuesday, March 12, 2013













Rare Milo Baughman Rosewood & Chrome Dresser


Late 1950s - Early1960s

Very Rare Mid Century Modern Brazilian Rosewood and Chrome Based Dresser

Designed by Milo Baughman for Founders Furniture

Six Drawers (6) Graduating in Size, with Harvey Probber Style Ebonized Wood & Chrome Drawer Pulls

Stunning Rosewood Grain

The Dresser is in Overall Very Good Original Vintage Condition, with Some Minor Scuffs / Wear / Loss to Veneer Commensurate with its Age.

36" x 18" x 44"H

History:

Founders Furniture was started as a Knoll Furniture Division by Elliot Sherrill Wood (1909 - 1999) in 1946.

Wood started his first furniture manufacturing company, Heritage, in 1937 and built high-quality product that raised the reputation of southern-made furniture.

In 1947, Wood was also on the founding board of directors of high-end manufacturer Henredon.

In 1957 Heritage merged with Drexel and Morganton to become Drexel-Heritage.

Wood is now a member of the AFHF or American Furniture Hall of Fame.

SOLD