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American of Martinsville Sideboards

American of Martinsville is today revered as one of the finest manufacturers of mid-century modern furniture in the United States, but its beginnings were unexpectedly humble.

Well ahead of the Civil War, tobacco was a cash crop in places such as Virginia, and the plant was grown with frequency on farms in Martinsville and elsewhere. In the early 1900s, the business around tobacco was changing and the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company was expanding nationally, buying any Virginia factories in reach. Former tobacco producers Ancil Witten and Charles Keesee turned away from the business in 1906 and, with merely $30,000 in capital (and the support of local business leaders), began to manufacture bedroom furniture under the name American Furniture Company.

In the 1920s, American Furniture Company expanded its offerings from bedroom furnishings. Alongside tallboy dressers and nightstands, Witten and Keesee’s outfit began to offer a range of dining-room sets to the discerning customer. By the 1950s, the name had been changed to American of Martinsville and the brand had gained a reputation for exquisite craftsmanship as well as its variety of furniture styles (Hollywood Regency, chinoiserie). Mass-marketed furniture meant big business in the postwar years and throughout the 20th century in Virginia, and factories owned by companies like Bassett Furniture and American of Martinsville remained busy as suburbanites bought furniture to fill the homes they were moving into.

It isn’t difficult to spot American of Martinsville’s sturdy, solid designs — the lacquered walnut nightstands, mahogany coffee tables and more have long earned the admiration of mid-century modernism enthusiasts. The company’s high profile also owes to prominent attributes that distinguish its well-made vintage furniture, such as the use of wooden slats — inspired by Scandinavian modernism — on hutches and cabinet doors, the famous brass x’s inlaid on the tops of tables and dressers and the stately stacked type of the American of Martinsville logo, which usually appears in drawer interiors. The stamp prominently features an eagle perched atop the lettering, its broad wings spread across the “American” portion.

Besides quality manufacturing, American of Martinsville is additionally recognized for having incorporated the trends of the day. Inspired by designers like George Nakashima and Paul Laszlo, the brand was also known for innovations with wood. Merton Gershun was one of the company’s most prolific designers, and he was responsible for some of its most successful modern furniture lines using the richer, darker woods that would become emblematic of mid-century furniture. Gershun’s most popular line was reportedly Dania, with its sleek walnut credenzas fitted with stylish brass accents and large drawers. Today, American of Martinsville specializes in furniture for the healthcare and hospitality industries.

Shop a wide selection of vintage American of Martinsville mid-century modern sideboards, side tables and more on 1stDibs.

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Creator: American of Martinsville
1960s Travertine Wood Sideboard Dresser Storage Cabinet
By American of Martinsville
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Vintage American of Martinsville Chinoiserie Rolling Sideboard
By American of Martinsville
Located in Waxahachie, TX
American of Martinsville mid-century Hollywood Regency Chinoiserie sideboard, credenza or rolling bar cart. Lived the entirety of its life with one couple at one house until it was ...
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Faux Bamboo Cane And Brass Handled Sideboard by American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in High Wycombe, GB
American of Martinsville Bergere and Faux Bamboo Sideboard With Cane sectional fronts and brass handles. Founded in 1906, American of Martinsvil...
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20th Century American British Colonial American of Martinsville Sideboards

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Brass

Art Deco American of Martinsville Burlwood Sideboard
By American of Martinsville
Located in Chicago, IL
Art Deco American of Martinsville burlwood sideboard Stunning Art Deco American of Martinsville burlwood sideboard. Beautiful burlwood and brass ...
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Glass, Burl

American of Martinsville Merton Gershun Bali-Hi Dresser, ca. 1950’s
By Merton Gershun, American of Martinsville
Located in New York, NY
Chic, sophisticated and stylish Bali Hi dresser, designed by Merton Gurshun for American of Martinsville. The dresser has six deep drawers each having faux bam...
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Walnut Credenza by American of Martinsville with a Louvered Front
By American of Martinsville
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This massive vintage modern sideboard features three louvered drawers in the middle and two large storage compartments on the sides. The rich walnut finish, sculpted brass handles, a...
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Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville Mid Century Ebonized Credenza
By American of Martinsville, Merton Gershun
Located in Countryside, IL
Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville mid century ebonized credenza The credenza measures: 50 wide x 19 deep x 32 inches high All pieces of furniture can be had in what w...
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Chrome

Large Bleached Mahogany Dresser by American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Large bleached mahogany dresser by American of Martinsville. Stamped.
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage American of Martinsville Sideboards

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Brass

American Modern Walnut Sideboard or Record Cabinet by American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This unique midcentury sideboard features louvered front drawers, spacious interior cabinets, and unique brass finish legs. Ideal piece for dining room storage, television console, o...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage American of Martinsville Sideboards

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Walnut

Walnut Sideboard with Cane Doors by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in Dorchester, MA
From the Accord collection by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville, this mid-century modern sideboard features a walnut case on a plinth base with signature inset aluminum Xs ...
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1960s North American Mid-Century Modern Vintage American of Martinsville Sideboards

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Aluminum

Large Bleached Mahogany Dresser by American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Large bleached mahogany dresser by American of Martinsville. Stamped.
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Brass

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American Of Martinsville sideboards for sale on 1stDibs.

American of Martinsville sideboards are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of American of Martinsville sideboards, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original sideboards by American of Martinsville were created in the mid-century modern style in north america during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider sideboards by Jens Risom, Paul Evans, and George Nakashima. Prices for American of Martinsville sideboards can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,190 and can go as high as $8,122, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $2,640.
Questions About American of Martinsville Sideboards
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    American of Martinsville, which was founded in 1906, is still in business. The company now manufactures furniture for hotel and healthcare industries.
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    How much an American of Martinsville dresser weighs can vary greatly. The dimensions and materials of the piece will determine its weight. Generally, highboy dressers will be the heaviest pieces produced by the American furniture maker due to their size. Shop a diverse assortment of American of Martinsville dressers on 1stDibs.
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    The history of Martinsville furniture starts with the founding of the company in Martinsville, Virginia, in 1906 by Ancil Witten and Charles Keesee, a pair of former tobacco farmers. They launched their business with $30,000 in capital and began to manufacture bedroom furniture under the name American Furniture Company. In the 1920s, American Furniture Company expanded its offerings from bedroom furnishings with a range of dining room sets. By the 1950s, the company’s name had been changed to American of Martinsville, and it had gained a reputation for exquisite craftsmanship as well as a variety of furniture styles. Inspired by designers like George Nakashima and Paul László, the brand innovated with wood. Merton Gershun was one of the company's most prolific designers, and he was responsible for some of its most successful modern furniture lines using the richer, darker woods that would become emblematic of mid-century furniture. Gershun's most popular line was Dania, with its sleek walnut credenzas fitted with stylish brass accents and large drawers. Today, American of Martinsville specializes in furniture for the healthcare and hospitality industries. Find a variety of American of Martinsville furniture on 1stDibs.
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