A mid-century modern dresser made of charcoal stained elm with polished brass pulls. Designed by Edward Wormley for Drexel in 1947, as part of the Precedent collection. The original grayish yellow finish was badly damaged, so we had it refinished in a dark brown/black stain which shows off the brass hardware. It has a crisp routed line around the top. At four feet wide, it's substantial, but not huge. Clean-lined, beautiful storage for living areas as well as bedrooms. Well-made of solid wood.
WIDTH: 48 in | HEIGHT: 32½ in | DEPTH: 19 in
Shipping Estimate: $400 | White glove
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CONDITION: Restored - refinished wood, re-plated hardware.