Skip to main content

Furniture

6
to
1
6
6
6
6
4
2
6
6
2
5
3
2
2
1
4
3
5
4,760
3,902
2,461
2,237
Creator: Leo Jiranek
Leo Jiranek Designed Dresser
By Leo Jiranek, Bassett Furniture
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Low dresser with cabinet storage in walnut grain. Designed by Leo Jiranek for Bassett Furniture in the 1960s. Mid-century style that fits in your modern home. Please confirm location...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Leo Jiranek Designed Desk for Bassett
By Leo Jiranek, Bassett Furniture
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Mid-Century Modern walnut desk by Leo Jiranek for his Artisan Group. Made by Bassett Furniture with three drawers, finished back and wood runner. Please confirm location NY or NJ.
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield "Airflow" Buffet Hutch or Bar Cabinet, 1930s
By Heywood-Wakefield Co., Leo Jiranek
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Art Deco or Mid-Century Modern bar cabinet or sideboard server with glass front hutch By Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield, "Airflow" S...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Glass, Maple

Leo Jiranek Designed Dresser for Bassett
By Leo Jiranek, Bassett Furniture
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Mid-Century Modern long dresser designed by Leo Jiranek for Bassett Furniture. Made for the Context Collection, featuring offsetting woods and tones. Warm, walnut grain with oak trim...
Category

Mid-20th Century North American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Encore Dresser / Chest Mirror for Heywood Wakefield
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Cincinnati, OH
A rare dresser chest moveable mirror with solid maple frame and slanted mirror surface for the top of a tall chest or dresser . Designed by Leo Jiranek for the Heywood Wakefield furn...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Maple

Pair Streamline Modern Chests by Leo Jiranek
By Leo Jiranek, Donald Deskey
Located in Hanover, MA
Pair of 1938 vintage American Modern streamline art deco chests of drawers designed by Leo Jiranek and possibly manufactured by J.B. Van Sciver Co. of Camden, NJ. Unsigned. The design is bookended as each chest has a corresponding rounded vertical corner with waterfall edge, four drawers with chrome backplates and elongated lacquered horizontal pulls aligned to convey the Art Deco dynamics of speed and forward motion. So strong is the design that it is not necessary to place them side by side. They speak to one another from across a room and would make great bedside chests as well. The tops, horizontal pulls and base are lacquered black and have been freshly restored. The primavera wood cases and drawer faces have a highly polished and figural grained veneer. Drawers are clean and open and close as they ought. This specific design is often attributed to Donald Deskey which is understandable since Jiranek and Deskey were close associates and together in 1934 they formed AMODEC, Inc. for the manufacture and promotion of their own modern furniture designs. LEO A. JIRANEK (b. 1900 d. 1990) was known as the ''Dean of Furniture Designers," one of the Industry's first, and unrepentant freelancers, who enjoyed 67 years in the business.He studied engineering at Princeton University where he graduated in 1922. Throughout his career, Jiranek contributed to more furniture companies than any other known designer, among them Magnavox, Thomasville, Ethan Allen, Kroehler, Heywood Wakefield, The Lane Co...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Chrome

Related Items
“Fit Mirror” Travertine Marble and Rusty Iron Minimalist Mirror by Aparentment
By Josep Vila Capdevila
Located in Terrassa, Catalonia
The Fit Mirror is a minimalist style mirror consisting of three treated Travertine marble pieces as a base. The back part of the mirror is made of a rusty i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Minimalist Furniture

Materials

Marble, Travertine, Iron

Exceptional Vintage Modern Walnut Ten-Drawer Chest by Baker
By Baker Furniture Company
Located in Atlanta, GA
An absolutely stunning modern ten-drawer chest by Baker, circa 1980. Evidently from a limited production series, as research can find no examples like it. Stout, exquisitely crafted ...
Category

1980s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Furniture

Materials

Brass

MCM 2-Piece China Hutch Cabinet Buffet by Heywood Wakefield Contessa Collection
By Heywood-Wakefield Co.
Located in Topeka, KS
Mid-Century Modern 2-piece china hutch, cabinet, or buffet by Heywood Wakefield for the Contessa Collection. Comprised of 2-pieces a top hutch & a bottom buffet in a dark cherrywood, woven wicker basket weave or caned door fronts, brass toned pulls, & slim steel legs. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that these are vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. There are nicks on the left side of the buffet edge toward the front. Stiffener has been added underneath buffet as the cabinet had sagged in the middle making doors uneven. Stiffener corrected that issue. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, 1960’s. In 1959, the Heywood Wakefield “Contessa” slogan was "Wood for warmth and grace ... steel for strength and rigidity." "Furniture of Slender Elegance." And does this China cabinet ever fit that description. The Contessa line features a darker cherrywood, gold or brass toned accents, and slim steel legs. This cabinet has 2 pieces. A bottom buffet that features brass toned pulls that open two sets of double doors. There are three drawers on the right side with a silverware tray in the top drawer. The left side is open storage. The top hutch features two rolling side doors with woven wicker basket weave, or caned, door fronts and three shelves in the center. The whole cabinet stands on slim steel legs and exudes mid-century modern magnificence! This awesome, versatile china cabinet or buffet will look amazing whether you place it in the dining room, living room, study, or the kitchen. It is adaptable enough to blend right in whether your design style leans to Mid-Century Modern, Scandinavian Modern, industrial, southwestern, or modern country. In 1897, two prominent furniture companies, Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company merged and created Heywood Brothers & Wakefield Company; the name would be shortened to Heywood-Wakefield in 1921. The new company rose to popularity in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s with its solid wood, Art Deco-inspired, mid-century modern furniture. In 1992, South Beach Furniture Company acquired the rights to the Heywood-Wakefield name. After realizing how in demand vintage Heywood Wakefield pieces were, production began on new pieces that remained true to the style, quality, and values of the original company. Today's Heywood-Wakefield is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the name and its famous pieces while incorporating new and contemporary technology which allows new generations to appreciate the classic looks from a classic company. This is a fabulous piece by Heywood Wakefield’s Contessa...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Metal

ART DECO Walnut bar or sideboard, 1930s, Czechoslovakia
Located in Prague 8, CZ
This midcentury ART DECO bar or sideboard was made in the 1930´s in the former Czechoslovakia. It´s charakterized a very simple and practical design. It´s a beautiful example of Cen...
Category

Mid-20th Century Czech Art Deco Furniture

Materials

Wood, Walnut

Modernist Architectural Walnut Desk designed by Merton Gershun for Dillingham
By Dillingham Manufacturing Company, Merton Gershun
Located in Buffalo, NY
Merton Gershun was an American furniture designer of the early 20th century, known for designing some of the earliest modern furniture lines available in the U.S. and striving to bri...
Category

1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Sculptura Smaller Dresser Chest by Herrmann / Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield
By Heywood-Wakefield Co.
Located in Cincinnati, OH
A solid maple small scaled single three drawer dresser chest with sculptural ribbon flowing designed drawer fronts . The handles are integrated into the drawers leaving the lines of ...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Maple

Lou Hodges Handcrafted Walnut Desk for California Design Group, 1979
By Lou Hodges
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Lou Hodges handcrafted walnut desk for California Design Group, 1979. This piece has been professionally restored. Signed to the drawer interior.
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Walnut

Scandinavian Modern Sideboard or Cabinet on Wheels, 1930s Functionalism
By Alvar Aalto
Located in Odense, DK
Unique early modernist sideboard made in the 1930s Scandinavia. The sideboard stand on wooden casters and can be moved around. Original paint.
Category

1930s Scandinavian Scandinavian Modern Vintage Furniture

Materials

Wood

Pair of American Modern 4 Drawer Chests / Desk, Russel Wright, Conant Ball
By Russel Wright, Conant Ball
Located in Buffalo, NY
Great pair of matching 4 drawer chests designed by Russel Wright. American Modern /Conant Ball. Solid birch wood construction, stunning 1930s transitional design, from Art deco to Mo...
Category

1930s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Furniture

Materials

Birch

1970s Vintage French Claude Gaillard Desk Designed for Ligne Roset
By Claude Gaillard, Ligne Roset
Located in Burton, TX
Found in the South of France, this beautiful shaped symmetric desk was designed by Claude Gaillard and manufactured by Ligne Roset, France, 1970. The desk has a floating casing with one drawer supported by a brushed aluminum light...
Category

Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Aluminum

Folding Travel Mirror with Leather Cover
Located in Chicago, IL
This sporty and aristocratic folding 3-part travel mirror is from France and features a steel and aluminum frame with leather covers. It was meant to be hung from a hook on the wall...
Category

Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Metal

"Optimum" Walnut Desk Designed by Stephane Lebrun for Dessie'
By Stephane Lebrun, Dessie Studio
Located in Brooklyn, NY
"Optimum" is a desk, designed by Stephane Lebrun and manufactured by Dessie', with a structure made in solid Pascoso walnut (1.57" x 1.57") and features 2 drawers in solid walnut, a ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Furniture

Materials

Leather, Walnut

Previously Available Items
Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield Art Deco "Airflow" Full Size Bed, 1930s
By Heywood-Wakefield Co., Leo Jiranek
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Art Deco or Mid-Century Modern full size bed By Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield USA, 1930s Sculpted birch, in original "Whe...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Birch

Antique Art Deco Leo Jiranek Satinwood and Oak Waterfall Bed Frame
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique Art Deco Leo Jiranek Satinwood and Oak Waterfall Bed Frame. Absolutely stunning 1930s art deco satinwood and oak waterfall bed frame by ...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Oak, Satinwood

Antique Art Deco Leo Jiranek Satinwood Oak Waterfall Bedroom Set, 2 Piece Set
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique Art Deco Leo Jiranek Satinwood and Oak Waterfall Bedroom Set - 2 Piece Set Absolutely stunning 1930s art deco satinwood and oak water...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Glass, Mirror, Oak, Satinwood

Mid Century Arm Chairs by Heywood Wakefield
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Cincinnati, OH
A pair of very well crafted solid maple wood arm chairs with great wood grain and in the original sea blue green fabric . Designed by Leo Jiranek and Ernest Herrmann having a curved ...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Upholstery, Maple

Rare and unique Dresser by Leo Jiranek 1938
By Leo Jiranek
Located in South Charleston, WV
A unique and rare piece by Leo Jiranek circa 1930-1935 and signed. Produced with premium Macassar Ebony, Birdseye Maple, Mahogany and bakelite and origi...
Category

1930s American Streamlined Moderne Vintage Furniture

Materials

Glass, Bakelite, Birdseye Maple, Ebony, Mahogany

  • Rare and unique Dresser by Leo Jiranek 1938
  • Rare and unique Dresser by Leo Jiranek 1938
  • Rare and unique Dresser by Leo Jiranek 1938
  • Rare and unique Dresser by Leo Jiranek 1938
H 34 in W 44.25 in D 22.25 in
Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield "Airflow" Sideboard or Bar Cabinet, 1930s
By Heywood-Wakefield Co., Leo Jiranek
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Art Deco or Mid-Century Modern sideboard, credenza, or bar cabinet By Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield, "Airflow" Series USA, 1930s Solid maple, in original "Whe...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Maple

Rare Leo Jiranek for Heywood Wakefield Niagara Blanket Chest
By Leo Jiranek, Heywood-Wakefield Co.
Located in Ferndale, MI
I have owned many pieces of Heywood Wakefield furniture . This is the first model number C3739 Blanket chest I have ever seen . Designed by Pre e...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Materials

Birch

1940s Lovely Deco Heywood Wakefield 2 RIO Dressers in Maple Wood by Leo Jiranek
By Heywood-Wakefield Co., Leo Jiranek
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Dressers 1940s designed by Leo Jiranek RIO 2 Tall Dressers for Heywood Wakefield Listed are two Highboy Dressers Chest of drawers crafted in Maple Wood. ...
Category

1940s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Maple

1940s Art Deco Heywood Wakefield RIO Highboy Dresser Blonde Maple by Leo Jiranek
By Heywood-Wakefield Co., Leo Jiranek
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Art Deco 1940s designed by Leo Jiranek RIO Tall Dresser for Heywood Wakefield Highboy Dresser Chest of Drawers + inviting Maple Wood....
Category

1940s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Maple

Art Deco Bedroom Suite, Leo Jiranek Streamline Design, Fit for a Queen
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Oakland, CA
American Art Deco modernist streamline bedroom suite by Leo Jiranek has been recently restored and refreshed. This stunning five piece suite, with multiple wood veneers, outrageous metal hardware and wonderful mirrors consists of a tall dresser (referred to as “high boy”), a vanity with matching stool, a nightstand along with a bed frame adapted to fit a queen size bed. The matching round mirrors with an unusual etched treatment on both the vanity and dresser have an asymmetrical design. Each drawer has its own “Streamline Design” label and very modernistic style aluminum handles with black bakelite details. There are rounded edges on the drawer designs on the outside and clean wood interiors. The vanity is a showstopper, with its blue glass and cobalt mirror and there is even a working electric deco clock...
Category

1930s American Art Deco Vintage Furniture

Materials

Metal

Leo Jiranek Dresser Chest by Heywood Wakefield
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Cincinnati, OH
A four-drawer wheat toned dresser with ‘X’ pulls and some dividers to the inside designed by Leo Jiranek for the Heywood Wakefield furniture compa...
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Leo Jiranek Nightstand for Heywood Wakefield
By Leo Jiranek
Located in Cincinnati, OH
A wheat toned nightstand with single drawer, storage space and lower pull down door with X wood pull. Manufactured by the Heywood Wakefield furniture company.
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Leo Jiranek furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Leo Jiranek furniture 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 Leo Jiranek furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Leo Jiranek were created in the mid-century modern style in north america during the mid-20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Royal Chrome, Andrew Martin, and Ralph Widdicomb. Prices for Leo Jiranek furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,200 and can go as high as $8,900, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,500.

Recently Viewed

View All