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Rare Renzo Rutili Stand Johnson Furniture
By Renzo Rutili
Located in Buffalo, NY
Unusual nightstand/table designed by Renzo Rutili for Johnson furniture warm blonde mahogany
Category

Mid-20th Century American Hollywood Regency Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Hanging Wall Cabinet
By Johnson Furniture Company, Bert England
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Bert England Hanging Wall Cabinet for Johnson Furniture Company of Grand Rapids Michigan. Simple
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Nightstand by Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Lake Worth, FL
sleek lines and warm brown color. Crafted by Johnson Furniture in America, this original piece is
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Sideboard
By Bert England
Located in St. Louis, MO
Asian modern sideboard by Bert England for Johnson Furniture Company forward trend, walnut
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Corner Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Camden, ME
Paul Frankl corner table for Johnson Furniture Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan from the 1950s
Category

1950s American Art Deco Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Stunning Mahogany Dresser by Johnson Furniture, 1950’s, USA
By Johnson Furniture Company, Renzo Rutili
Located in Miami, FL
Beautiful Mahogany dresser by Johnson Furniture Company form the 1950’s. Dresser has eight
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Mahogany

Art Deco Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Mahogany and Cork Sideboard
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Chicago, IL
Art Deco Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Mahogany and Cork sideboard An exquisite, iconic and
Category

1940s Art Deco Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili, Table, Cork, Wood, Johnson Furniture Company, USA, 1940s
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in High Point, NC
A wood and cork table designed by Renzo Rutili and produced by Johnson Furniture Company, Grand
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood, Cork

Paul Frankl Six Drawer Sideboard Cork Johnson Furniture 1950s
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Camden, ME
Paul Frankl sideboard with two side doors and six drawers manufactured by Johnson Furniture Company
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Maple, Cork

Renzo Rutili, Cabinet, Wood, Johnson Furniture Company, USA, c. 1950s
By Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in High Point, NC
A wooden cabinet designed by Renzo Rutili and produced by Johnson Furniture Company, Grand Rapids
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Eliel Saarinen Nesting Tables for Johnson Furniture Company, 1940
By Johnson Furniture Company, Eliel Saarinen
Located in Chicago, IL
Eliel Saarinen nesting tables for Johnson Furniture Company 1940, Set of two Maple frames one top
Category

1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Stainless Steel

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. Single Nightstand
By Paul Frankl
Located in St. Louis, MO
Paul Frankl designed nightstand for Johnson Furniture Company, circa 1950s. Brass X-pulls, pull
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili Walnut & Leather End Table For Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Chicago, IL
Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture empire style end table in walnut and black leather. Brass
Category

20th Century American Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture cork top cocktail table
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Ferndale, MI
Paul T. Frankl designed a large collection of mid century modern pieces for Johnson furniture
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood, Cork

Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture, Mid-Century Modern Dining Table, Cork, Mahogany
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Stamford, CT
Paul Frankl Mid-Century Modern Cork Top Mahogany Dining Table, Johnson Furniture Cork top dining
Category

Mid-20th Century American Art Deco Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Dresser by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Co
By Renzo Rutili
Located in Pasadena, TX
Renzo Retuli for Johnson Furniture Co dresser. Measures 72". Stunning piece by acclaimed designer
Category

Mid-20th Century North American Hollywood Regency Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood

Paul Frankl Kidney Desk for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl
Located in Zürich, CH
Paul Frankl Kidney Desk produced by Johnson Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan Overall in very
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Oak

Paul Frankl Kidney Desk for Johnson Furniture
Paul Frankl Kidney Desk for Johnson Furniture
H 28.23 in W 48.23 in D 23.23 in
Renzo Rutili Walnut Double-Sided Cabinet for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co., Renzo Rutili
Located in Chicago, IL
Modern cabinet or sideboard in figural walnut by Renzo Rutili for Johnson furniture. The top
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Johnson Furniture Full or Queen Size Sleigh Headboard, circa 1970s
By Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Germantown, MD
Beautiful Johnson Furniture size Sleigh headboard. Panelized solid wood with very fine and discreet
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Metal

Walnut Round Drum Center Side Table Stand w/ Drawers Johnson Furniture Mint!
By Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Walnut Round Drum Center Side Table Stand w/ Drawers Johnson Furniture Mint! Amazing burl walnut
Category

20th Century American Federal Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

1940s Johnson Furniture Co Chippendale Mahogany Oxbow Slant Front Desk
By Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Germantown, MD
A rare 1940s Johnson Furniture Co Chippendale Mahogany Oxbow Slant Front Desk with 3 drawers with
Category

Mid-20th Century American Chippendale Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Mid Century Modern Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Cork Top Nightstand
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Mid Century Modern Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Cork Top Two Drawer End Table / Nightstand
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili Storage Cabinet with Bench for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Company chest with bench, circa late 1950s. This Asian
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Bronze

Paul Frankl Dresser and Nightstand for Johnson Furniture, 1950s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company, John Stuart
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Johnson Furniture and retailed by John Stuart during the 1950s. Crafted from a beautiful exotic wood
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Metal

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Forward Trend Wall Mounted Cabinet
By Bert England
Located in St. Louis, MO
Bert England for Johnson furniture wall-mounted cabinet, leather covered doors with brass stud
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Cork Dresser for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
for and produced by Johnson Furniture Co has gone through a full restoration process. It features a
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Cork Wall Mirror for Johnson Furniture Co
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
designed for and produced by Johnson Furniture Co, would be beautiful paired with the Paul Frankl Cork
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Cork, Mirror

Coffee Table / Bench by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Dallas, TX
Beautiful coffee table model #5004 designed by Paul T. Frankl, 1948 for Johnson Furniture Company
Category

1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Black Lacquered Mahogany Sideboard Credenza
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional Mid-Century Modern sideboard, credenza, or bar cabinet By Paul Frankl for Johnson
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Cork Top Dining Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co, c1950
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Excellent and very rare cork top dining table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co, circa 1950.   
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Mahogany, Maple, Cork

Paul Frankl Cork Dresser for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
for and produced by Johnson Furniture Co has gone through a full restoration process. It features a
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture, Station Wagon Bench, Rock Maple, Fabric, 1950s
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Stamford, CT
Johnson Furniture Co. and retailed by John Stuart. Branded Johnson Furniture Co. and labeled Johnson
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Fabric, Mahogany

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Mid-Century Modern Walnut Dresser, Refinished
By Johnson Furniture Company, Bert England
Located in South Bend, IN
Johnson Furniture USA, 1960s Measures: 76"W x 19"D x 31.5"H. Professionally refinished. Excellent
Category

1960s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Walnut

French Regency Louis XVI Mahogany Inlaid Marquetry Vanity by Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Company
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous vintage French Regency Louis XVI style vanity or desk By Johnson Furniture Co. USA
Category

1930s American Louis XVI Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Mid-Century Nightstands by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture
By Renzo Rutili
Located in San Francisco, CA
Mid-Century Modern nightstands designed by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Co. Originally part
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Birch, Lacquer

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Patchwork Walnut Dining Table, Refinished
By Johnson Furniture Company, Bert England
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional Mid-Century Modern extension dining table By Bert England for Johnson Furniture
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Modernist Sevne-Drawer Dresser by Renzo Rutili, Johnson Furniture Co.
By Renzo Rutili
Located in Buffalo, NY
Simple, elegant dresser designed by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Company, Classic modernist
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Dining Table - Forward Trend
By Bert England
Located in St. Louis, MO
Bert England for Johnson Furniture Dining Table, Forward Trend Label. Walnut with brass details
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Walnut Cabinet Credenza
By Johnson Furniture Company, Renzo Rutili
Located in Rio Vista, CA
R. Rutili American 1901-1966) for Johnson Furniture Co. Set of three walnut cases with double doors
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Eliel Saarinen Designed Tall Dresser by the Johnson Furniture Co.
By Eliel Saarinen, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Chest of drawers designed by Eliel Saarinen for the Johnson Furniture Company in Grand Rapids
Category

1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Aluminum

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company 'Pallet' Wooden Writing Desk
By Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
three rectangular legs with rounded edges. (PAUL FRANKL FOR JOHNSON FURNITURE COMPANY)
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture 10 Drawer Double Dresser Solid Brass X Pulls
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Mid-Century Modern tan walnut finish double dresser credenza by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture.
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Dining Table & Buffet Cabinet by Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Elegant Walnut dining table with matching buffet cabinet, designed by Paul Frankl for The Johnson
Category

1940s American Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood

Bert England for Johnson Furniture Sculpted Walnut Upholstered Dining Chairs
By Johnson Furniture Company, Bert England
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous set of six Mid-Century Modern dining chairs By Bert England for Johnson Furniture
Category

1960s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Upholstery, Walnut

1940s Eliel Saarinen Ebonized Dresser Art Deco Johnson Furniture Co
By Johnson Furniture Company, Eliel Saarinen
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Midcentury modern dresser designed by Eliel Saarinen Johnson Furniture Co. Ebonized oakwood
Category

1940s American Art Deco Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Aluminum, Zinc

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Mahogany Sideboard or Bar Cabinet, 1950s
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional Mid-Century Modern sideboard, credenza, or bar cabinet By Paul Frankl for Johnson
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

MCM Cork and Wood Tall Dresser by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Chicago, IL
Mid Century Modern Cork and Wood Tall Dresser by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture This amazing
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood, Cork

Tall Midcentury Mens Dresser Chest Johnson Furniture Attributed Paul Frankl
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Forest Grove, PA
An elegant midcentury Mens tall dresser by Johnson Furniture in a restored satin finish. We are
Category

1960s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl Cork Highboy Dresser for Johnson Furniture Co.
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
designed for and produced by Johnson Furniture Co has gone through a full restoration process. It features
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Cork Top Dining Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Toledo, OH
This cork top dining table was designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company. The top is
Category

1940s Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Walnut, Cork

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. Cork Top Dining Table with Leaves
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
JOHNSON FURNITURE COMPANY)
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Wood

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. x Pull Cork Top Sideboard
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Stamford, CT
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. X Pull Cork Top Sideboard. As found condition with original
Category

1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. Mid-Century Walnut Six Drawer High Chests
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
pulls. (PAUL FRANKL FOR JOHNSON FURNITURE CO)(PRICED EACH).  
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Metal, Brass

Art Deco Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Mahogany and Cork Buffet Cabinet
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Art Deco Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Mahogany and Cork buffet cabinet An exquisite, iconic
Category

1940s Art Deco Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Co. Burl Wood Nightstand / Bedside Table
By Founders Furniture Company, Renzo Rutili
Located in New York, NY
. (Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Company).
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Metal, Brass

Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture, Mid-Century Modern, Station Wagon Bedframe
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Stamford, CT
opportunity to own a Paul Frankl designed bedframe for Johnson Furniture Co. and retailed by John Stuart
Category

1950s American Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Mahogany, Maple

Cork Sideboard / Dresser by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, c. 1950s, Signed
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This restored Paul T. Frankl for Johnson Furniture sideboard cabinet or dresser, circa 1950s
Category

1950s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Long Credenza / Double Cabinet by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Company, Renzo Rutili
Located in Dallas, TX
Gorgeous mid Century credenza / double cabinet by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture Company, circa
Category

1950s North American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Paul Frankl "Station Wagon" Three-Drawer Chest for Johnson Furniture
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Hanover, MA
" created in 1945 for Johnson Furniture Company of Grand Rapids. Branded mark in top drawer. Lovely
Category

1940s American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Brass

Pair of Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Wooden Brass X Handle Bedside Table
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
above two lower drawers with x-form brass drawer pulls. (Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Johnson Furniture Vintage

Materials

Metal, Brass

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Johnson Furniture Vintage For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic johnson furniture vintage available at 1stDibs. A johnson furniture vintage — often made from wood, metal and brass — can elevate any home. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect johnson furniture vintage — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. A johnson furniture vintage is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco and Modern styles are sought with frequency. You’ll likely find more than one johnson furniture vintage that is appealing in its simplicity, but Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co. and Johnson Furniture Company produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Johnson Furniture Vintage?

A johnson furniture vintage can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $3,857, while the lowest priced sells for $10 and the highest can go for as much as $120,000.
Questions About Johnson Furniture Vintage
  • 1stDibs ExpertAugust 15, 2019

    A piece of furniture must be at least 20 years old to be considered vintage.

  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 3, 2024
    To know if your Drexel furniture is vintage, examine its serial number, which you will usually find in a hidden spot, such as beneath a tabletop or on the back or bottom of a casegood. By cross-referencing this number with information available on trusted online resources, you should be able to estimate the year of production. Drexel furniture produced more than 20 years ago would qualify as vintage. If you need assistance with dating your piece, seek the advice of a certified appraiser or knowledgeable antiques dealer. On 1stDibs, find a diverse assortment of Drexel furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The first step in determining if an item is vintage bamboo is to first make sure it’s bamboo. Bamboo is inflexible, so if there are curved shapes in the design it is actually rattan, not bamboo. Your next step is to understand the style of the piece of furniture, the brand, and look for telltale signs that it is an authentic piece from that brand. Shop a range of antique and modern bamboo furniture on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 3, 2024
    To identify vintage Woodard patio furniture, look for the maker's markings. On three-piece sets, you'll typically find paper labels that bear the brand name underneath the cushions. Sofa and chair frames may also feature welded-on metal labels bearing the brand name. For wrought iron pieces, check the frame for an embossed "Woodard" mark. Once you find the markings, you can use trusted online resources to determine a rough idea of the age of your piece. Anything produced more than 20 years ago, but less than a century ago, is vintage. Pieces more than 100 years old are antique, while those made within the last two decades are contemporary. If you're unable to locate any markings, a certified appraiser or knowledgeable antiques dealer can assist you with identification and dating. On 1stDibs, explore an assortment of Woodard furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertJanuary 25, 2019

    The difference between vintage and antique furniture is that vintage furniture is at least 20 years old, while antiques must be at least 100 years old to be considered antique.