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Dressers For Sale
Vintage Mid Century Modern Walnut Toned Tall Dresser by Harmony House.
Located in Seattle, WA
This Four Drawer Dresser features original hardware to the top Drawer and tapered legs. Classic Mid Century design by Harmony House. Makers mark on the inside of the drawer as pictur...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Wood

Mid-Century White Diamond Front 9-Drawer Dresser By United Furniture Co.
Located in Southampton, NJ
A stunning mid-century modern 9-drawer dresser having sculptural convex diamond front with brass pulls raised on a base with four tapered legs. In outstanding vintage condition. Clea...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Brass

George Nakashima Sculpted Walnut Gentleman's Chest for Widdicomb, Circa 1960
Located in South Bend, IN
A very rare and exceptional mid-century Organic Modern gentleman's chest or highboy dresser By George Nakashima for Widdicomb Furniture, "Origins" Collection USA, Circa 1960 Gorge...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Brass

Museum-Quality Empire Mahogany Dressing Chest with Psyche Mirror -1X36
Located in Bordeaux, FR
Step into the past with this museum-quality Empire dressing chest featuring a psyche mirror, crafted from blonde mahogany and originating from the late 19th to early 20th century. Th...
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1880s Antique Dressers

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Mahogany

George Nakashima East Indian Laurel Wood Gentleman's Chest for Widdicomb
Located in South Bend, IN
A very rare and exceptional mid-century Organic Modern gentleman's chest or highboy dresser By George Nakashima for Widdicomb Furniture, "Origins" Collection USA, 1959 Gorgeous ex...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

John Widdicomb Mid Century Walnut and Brass Highboy Dresser
Located in Countryside, IL
John Widdicomb Mid Century Walnut and Brass Highboy Dresser This highboy measures: 36 wide x 21 deep x 52.75 inches high All pieces of furniture can be had in what we call restored...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Broyhill Brasilia Mid Century Walnut and Brass 3 Drawer Lowboy Dresser
Located in Countryside, IL
Broyhill Brasilia Mid Century Walnut and Brass 3 Drawer Lowboy Dresser This lowboy measures: 30.75 wide x 17 deep x 29.75 inches high All pieces of f...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Mid-Century Lane Acclaim Dovetail Walnut Dresser
Located in Baltimore, MD
An elegant Mid Century Modern Lane Acclaim 7-Drawer Dresser c. 1960s. This is a beautiful example of Mid-Century craftsmanship by Lane Furniture. This beautiful dresser is a difficul...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Walnut

Eliel Saarinen Designed Tall Dresser by the Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Chest of drawers designed by Eliel Saarinen for the Johnson Furniture Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Its design was part of the Flexible Home Arrangements (FHA) furniture colle...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Aluminum

Edmond Spence Swedish Walnut & Brass High Chest Dresser
Located in Long Branch, NJ
Edmond Spence Swedish Walnut & Brass High Chest Dresser Urban Furniture Dimensions : 47.25" Tall X 40" Wide X 18" Deep This dresser was made in Sweden in the 1960's designed by Edm...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Walnut

Rare Mid Century Modern Walnut Dresser by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, c1950s
Located in Chino Hills, CA
Behold an exceptional treasure of design history, a vintage mid-century modern walnut dresser crafted by the iconic Edward Wormley for Dunbar, circa 1950s. This exquisite piece is an...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Metal

Mid-Century Dresser by United
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Long American made dresser by United Furniture. Nine drawers with sculpted handles. Sleek modern design. Please confirm location NY or NJ
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Walnut

Mid Century 'Oceanic' Sculpted Walnut Dresser by Pulaski Furniture Corp, c1960s
Located in Chino Hills, CA
Immerse yourself in the nostalgic allure of the Californian surf culture with this exquisite vintage mid-century 'Oceanic' sculpted walnut dresser by Pulaski Furniture Corporation, d...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Formica, Walnut

Mid-Century Danish Teak Dresser, 1960s
Located in GNIEZNO, 30
Mid-Century teak dresser made and manufactured during the 1960s in the Denmark. The dresser has profiled handles. The dresser consists of 4 drawers with profiled handles. Teak wood i...
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1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Teak

Vintage Mid Century Modern Drexel Style Tall Walnut Toned Five Drawer Dresser.
Located in Seattle, WA
This Dresser Features 5 dovetailed drawers on tapered legs with original white toned hardware. We believed this to be a Drexel piece due to construction, design and overall feel. Buy...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Wood

George Nakashima Sculpted Walnut Gentleman's Chest for Widdicomb, Newly Restored
Located in South Bend, IN
A very rare and exceptional mid-century Organic Modern gentleman's chest or highboy dresser By George Nakashima for Widdicomb Furniture, "Origins" Collection USA, 1960 Gorgeous sc...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Restored Antique Oak 6 Drawer High Boy Dresser w Casters
Located in New York, NY
Restored antique medium tone oak high boy dresser with 6 dovetailed drawers and casters. This piece was restored in our shop. Good condition with appropriate wear from age. One avail...
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Early 20th Century American Dressers

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Oak

Late 20th Century Vintage Traditional Lexington Roll Front Dresser
Located in west palm beach, FL
Experience classic elegance with our Vintage Traditional Lexington Roll Front Dresser. Crafted with American attention to detail, this dresser showcases a timeless design with a roll...
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Late 20th Century American Dressers

Materials

Stone

Mid-Century Modernist X Form Low Chest in Rich Brown Walnut by Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
This beautifully fabricated and distinctive Mid-Century Modernist X Form low chest in rich brown Walnut is by the esteemed designer Paul Frankl and originates from the United States...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Mid century walnut dresser by František Jirák, 1970´s, Czechoslovakia
Located in Prague 8, CZ
This mid century dresser was made in the former Czechoslovakia in the 1970´s. It was designed by František Jirák fo Tatra nábytok company. It has beautiful walnut veneer. It can also...
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Late 20th Century Czech Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Wood, Walnut

Tall Dresser by United
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Mid-century modern hiboy dresser in walnut grain. Five wide drawers with sculpted handles. Please confirm location NY or NJ
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Walnut

Paul Frankl Cork Dresser for Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Paul Frankl’s cork furniture pieces are among his longest-lasting contributions to American modernism and are highly sought after to this day. This example, a cork top waterfall edge...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Brass

Large English 18thC Vernacular Elm Dresser Base
Located in Staffordshire, GB
circa 1780 Large English 18thC Vernacular Elm Dresser Base sku 1784 W213 x D46 x H75 cm Weight 47 kg
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18th Century Antique Dressers

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Elm

White Painted Bungalow Dresser
Located in Westwood, NJ
This dresser is meticulously crafted to embody the essence of a seaside retreat with its light, weathered finish and classic clean lines. With 12 graduated drawers and an abundance ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Asian Neoclassical Dressers

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Wood

Arthur Brett & Sons English Georgian III Mahogany Burl Bachelors Chest Dresser
Located in Dayton, OH
An exquisite 18th Century reproduction bachelors chest by Arthur Brett & Sons. Made from mahogany with burled front and top. Features a 2 over 4 drawer graduated design. Drawers are ...
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Late 20th Century George III Dressers

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Mahogany

Louis XV polychrome dresser 18th century
Located in Somme-Leuze, BE
very pretty little polychrome sideboard 18th century loyis xv opening with 2 doors
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18th Century French Louis XV Antique Dressers

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Oak, Paint

Sideboard 18th century Louis xiv
Located in Somme-Leuze, BE
very pretty sideboard dating from the 18th century, slightly sculpted, opening with 3 drawers and 3 doors louis xiv in patinated oak
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18th Century French Louis XIV Antique Dressers

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Oak

Maison Regain Elm Chest + Leather Tab Pulls
Located in West Hollywood, CA
Elm wood chest of drawers with three drawers with leather tab pulls and blind drawer in apron by Maison Regain, France circa 1960's.
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1960s French Vintage Dressers

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Wood, Elm

Kipp Stewart for Drexel Declaration Mid Century Walnut 3 Drawer Dresser
Located in Countryside, IL
Kipp Stewart for Drexel Declaration Mid Century Walnut 3 Drawer Dresser This dresser measures: 36 wide x 20 deep x 31.25 high All pieces of furniture can be had in what we call res...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Metal

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern “First Edition” 9-Drawer Dresser by Lane
Located in Los Angeles, CA
With over 15 years of experience, our workshop has followed a careful process of restoration, showcasing our passion and creativity for vintage designs that can seamlessly be incorpo...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Walnut

1970s Space Age lacquered wood and fibreglass DBM Italia Dressing Table
Located in IT
A very original Space Age dressing table by DBM Italia from the 1970s in white lacquered wood and fully functional built-in coloured lights. ...
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1970s Italian Space Age Vintage Dressers

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Fiberglass, Wood

Paul McCobb Planner Group Dresser for Winchendon
Located in San Francisco, CA
Paul McCobb design six drawer dresser for his Planner Group series for Winchendon Furniture Company. Made from solid maple wood that has been professionally lacquered in a light Pist...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Liege dresser 19th century Louis XIV
Located in Somme-Leuze, BE
beautiful dresser 2 doors 2 drawers in oak dating from the 19th century work from Liège
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19th Century Belgian Louis XIV Antique Dressers

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Oak

Mid-Century Lane Walnut Reversible Door Credenza
Located in Raleigh, NC
Mid Century Lane walnut credenza with three smooth operating hefty drawers and reversible cane or walnut front cabinet doors (optional) as you get...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Cane, Wood, Walnut

Beautiful Mid Century Retro Teak Chest of Drawers by Schreiber
Located in London, GB
We’re happy to provide our own competitive shipping quotes with trusted couriers. Please message us with your postcode for a more accurate price. Thank you. Beautiful Mid Century te...
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Mid-20th Century British Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Teak

Vintage Wooden Five Drawer Tall Dresser.
Located in Seattle, WA
This dresser has beautiful wood grain, original hardware and rolls on casters. Dovetailed Drawers. Vintage Condition Consistent with Age as Pictured. Dimensions. 29 W ; 18 D ; 47 H
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Wood

Lovely George III Oak and Elm Potboard Dresser c. 1800
Located in Heathfield, GB
A very handsome and original George III oak potboard dresser made by hand in c. 1800. With five original elm and oak drawers, each with brass knob handle, and each opening smoothly a...
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19th Century Antique Dressers

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Elm, Oak

Moooi Editions, Eek Dresser Woodblock Beetle Fern, Limited #1/10
Located in BREDA, NL
Elevate your space with the Eek Dresser - a fusion of elegance, rarity, and the humbling power of nature. This is your invitation to become part of the narrative of creative luxury. The Eek Dresser is a captivating four-drawer dresser that seamlessly merges the opulent essence with Moooi's distinctive design philosophy. Created by acclaimed Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek, this timeless masterpiece is meticulously crafted from powder-coated steel and adorned with the enchanting Woodblock Beetle Fern Wallcovering. The smooth finish and natural grain of the wood veneer inlayed into delicate floral motif elevate the piece to a work of art, celebrating the beauty of nature in its purest form. Originally curated into the Moooi collection in 2002, the Eek Dresser now reemerges in an exclusive limited art series comprising only 10 impeccably crafted pieces. This dresser stands as a testament to refined craftsmanship and a seamless fusion of artistic brilliance. The allure goes beyond aesthetics. Each drawer, each curve, reflects the embodiment of clean lines and meticulous attention to detail. • Materials: Powder coated steel, Woodblock Beetle Fern Wall covering • Limited Edition of 10 pcs, #1/10 • Height: 100cm (39") • Width: 100cm (39") • Depth: 50cm (20") • Weight: 100kg/220lb • Year of design: 2002, Piet Hein Eek • Relaunched for Moooi Editions...
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2010s Dutch Modern Dressers

Materials

Steel

Italian Art Deco Walnut Briar, Black Lacquer and Gold Leaf Dresser, 1940s
Located in Meda, MB
This Art Deco dresser was produced in Italy in the 1940s. It is completely made of walnut briar with black lacquered geometric decorative lines on the drawers and two profiles, one b...
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1940s Italian Art Deco Vintage Dressers

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Brass, Gold Leaf

Edmond Spence Swedish Walnut & Brass Inlaid Chest of Drawers Double Dresser
Located in Long Branch, NJ
Edmond Spence Swedish Walnut & Brass Inlaid Chest of Drawers Dresser Dimensions : 72" Wide X 33.5" Tall X 18" Deep This dresser chest of drawers was designed by Edmond Spence in th...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Walnut

West Country Glazed Dresser
Located in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Pretty 19th C West Country gothic glazed dresser. 1850. Internal shelf depth in top section is 10.5". Reference: 8360 Dimensions 62 inches (157 cms) Wide 18.5 inches (47 cms) Deep...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Dressers

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Pine

Mid-Century Teakwood Sideboard or Dresser by La Permanente Mobili Cantù, 1950s
Located in Traversetolo, IT
Stunning teakwood Sideboard and/or Vanity Dresser manufactured by La Permanente Mobili Cantù in the 1950s. Its aesthetic uniqueness is given by the original soft sculptural shape de...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Carrara Marble, Brass

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge 4 drawer Dresser by Herman Miller #2
Located in San Diego, CA
A rosewood thin edge chest designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller with exquisite rosewood grain and early original white porcelain handles.  The George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge 4-drawer Dresser, crafted by Herman Miller, epitomizes the timeless elegance and functional sophistication synonymous with mid-century modern design. This dresser stands as an iconic piece within the George Nelson collection, renowned for its clean lines, minimalist aesthetic, and impeccable craftsmanship. This particular example boasts exquisite rosewood grain and early original white porcelain handles. Constructed from rich rosewood veneer, the dresser boasts a warm, organic hue that exudes luxury and refinement. Its slender profile and thin edges create an illusion of lightness, enhancing the overall sense of modernity and grace. The 4 spacious drawers feature seamless integration of hardware, maintaining the dresser's sleek appearance while providing ample storage space for clothing, linens, or personal belongings. Each detail of the George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge series reflects an unwavering commitment to both form and function. Its timeless design transcends trends, making it a versatile addition to any interior decor scheme, from minamalist to post-modern. Whether used in a bedroom, living area, or office space, this dresser elevates the ambiance with its understated elegance and unparalleled craftsmanship, showcasing the enduring legacy of George Nelson's visionary design ethos. About the Designer: Not everyone thinks of George Nelson when they think “Modernism”—but they should. Here’s why: Looking at the outset of George Nelson’s career, few would have guessed that his legacy would crown him as one of the most influential individuals in Modernism—story has it that the young Ivy Leaguer stumbled into the Yale School of Architecture seeking shelter from the rain, and only then did he consider studying design. His legacy, though, would be one that touched nearly every corner of American Modernism as we think of it today. As an architect, author, furniture designer, graphic designer, exhibition designer, teacher, amateur photographer, and general provocateur, George Nelson shaped the course of design in America for over four decades. After completing his two Bachelor’s degrees (one in architecture, the other in fine arts), Nelson went on to accept a traveling fellowship in Rome, which interfaced him with figures like Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier, and Gio Ponti all of which he interviewed forPencil Point, bringing the European vanguard to the attention of the magazine’s American readership. At this point in his career, Nelson had devoted himself to writing, joining Architectural Forum as its first associate editor in 1935. For nearly a decade, Nelson’s post as an editor brought him face-to-face with many of the leaders of the Modernism movement in the U.S., and through these exchanges, his own stance in the design world began to solidify. For Nelson, the purpose of design was to improve the world in accordance with the laws of nature—and while he hadn’t yet done much designing himself, he was busy teasing out the theoretical details of architecture. In 1940, Nelson co-authored Tomorrow’s House with Henry Wright, and the book went on to be a great commercial success, introducing concepts like the “family room,” and more broadly assuming a solutions-based perspective for architectural design. It wasn’t long before the book earned him the favorable attention of D.J. Depree, the chairman of Herman Miller the American furniture manufacture. Despite Nelson’s inexperience in furniture design, Depree saw potential in the writer’s approach to the industry: solutions-oriented design with a practical lean. Nelson became the company’s Director of Design in 1947, under the condition that he be allowed to continue his work outside of the company.  From 1947 to 1972, Nelson oversaw the design department at Herman Miller, bringing in the icons that would shape some of the most memorable pieces of mid-century design, from such people as Ray and Charles Eames and Harry Bertoia to Richard Schultz, Donald Knorr, and Isamu Noguchi. 

Beginning in the mid-1950s, Nelson’s own design firm began its work in earnest, producing furniture and pioneering a ubiquitous incorporation of design, bringing that same consideration for pragmatism and aesthetics to advertising and marketing materials, image management, and graphic programs. His own firm incorporated in 1955, tapping many of the same designers from the Herman Miller roster for collaborations under George Nelson Associates, Inc. It was during this period of Nelson’s life and career that many of his most iconic designs came onto the scene—many will be instantly familiar furniture silhouettes that perhaps you didn’t know sprung from George Nelson himself.  Designing his first collection in 1945 and appointed design director in 1947, Nelson quickly expanded his purview and transformed the company. Confirming De Pree’s early assessment of Nelson as someone “thinking well ahead of the parade,” he redesigned everything from Herman Miller’s product line to its graphics and marketing and advertising materials. Over the course of his long association with Herman Miller, Nelson designed hundreds of pieces of furniture and recruited other designers, including Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, and Isamu Noguchi, now all widely acknowledged as some of the brightest talents of the time. Nelson developed his own designs—from furniture to architecture, and exhibitions to graphics—in his New York City studio, known variously over the years as George Nelson, George Nelson & Associates, and George Nelson and Company. The staff included significant designers in their own right such as Irving Harper, George Mulhauser, Ernest Farmer, Gordon Chadwick, George Tscherny...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Aluminum

6 Drawer Teak Dresser by Folke Ohlsson for Dux
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Great Simple 6-drawer credenza in teak. Six deep drawers, with dovetail construction. Designed by Folke Ohlsson for Dux, made in Sweden. Dresser is in good vintage condition. 48" w...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

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Teak

Henredon French Empire Burl Wood Twelve Drawer Dresser
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous French Empire or Louis Philippe style twelve-drawer dresser or chest of drawers By Henredon, "Charles X" Collection USA, Late 20th Century Beautiful burl wood, with ori...
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1980s American Empire Vintage Dressers

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Brass

Aspen Rustic Cabin Dresser
Located in San Francisco, CA
This rustic dresser/armoire is perfect for Aspen, Sun Valley, Jackson Hole, Vail and Santa Fe dwellers who bask in the ambiance of a rustic interior. But you don't have to live in on...
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Early 2000s American Dressers

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Wood

Vintage French Provincial Louis XV Style Chest of Drawers
Located in Forney, TX
A vintage French Provincial walnut and oak semainier chest of drawers. Handcrafted in France in the Mid-20th Century, high quality solid wood construction, finished in elegantly s...
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Mid-20th Century French Louis XV Dressers

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Bronze

Antique Early 19th Century English Mahogany with Oak Lining Dresser Base
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique Early 19th Century English Mahogany with Oak Lining Dresser Base. Can also be used as a sideboard.
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Early 19th Century English Antique Dressers

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Mahogany, Oak

Karl Springer Goatskin and Steel Chest of Drawers
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An extremely rare cabinet by Karl springer Goatskin and steel Subtle recessed drawer surrounds A good selection of cream colored goatskin
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1970s North American Vintage Dressers

Materials

Goatskin

Kai Kristiansen Four Drawer Chest by FM Mobler, Denmark
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful 1960s four drawer chest in rosewood by Kai Kristiansen for Fm Møbler, Denmark. This chest is in good vintage condition with only some very minor wear to the top in the fo...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Dressers

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Rosewood

Theodore Alexander Armoury Burr Walnut Etched Brass Chest of Drawers Dresser 40"
Located in Dayton, OH
Theodore Alexander Armoury Collection Chest of Drawers. A modern take on 18th Century William and Mary styling. Made from Burr Walnut with etched brass panels and nailhead trim. Feat...
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Late 20th Century William and Mary Dressers

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Brass

Mid 20th Century Vintage Italian Carved Italian Roll Front Dresser
Located in west palm beach, FL
A fabulous vintage Italian chest of drawers. Incredible wood grain detail with a lovely roll front design. Heavy brass hardware. Acquired from a Palm Beach estate
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Mid-20th Century Italian Dressers

Materials

Brass

Harvey Probber Dresser, Credenza or Sideboard, c 1960, Refinished, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This classy and sophisticated dresser, which would also work great as a sideboard or credenza, was crafted by Harvey Probber, circa 1960, just completed restoration, and is signed wi...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Dressers

Materials

Wood

Rosewood Danish Low Long Dresser
Located in VANCOUVER, CA
Rosewood mid-century dresser, circa 1960's. Great grain patterns, solid wood edging and book-matched veneer flat surfaces. Sleek handles and robust construction. Long, low proportion...
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1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Dressers

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Rosewood

Abbott 12 drawer dresser
Located in Franklin, TN
Introducing our Abbott 12 drawer dresser. Crafted from elm and oak wood sourced throughout Europe and Asia. No two pieces are the same.
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2010s European Dressers

Materials

Wood

George Nelson "Primavera" Black Enameled Mahogany 4 Drawer Dresser, 1950's
Located in Bainbridge, NY
George Nelson for Herman Miller "Basic Series" / "Primavera" Four Drawer Black Mahogany Dresser, circa 1955. Featuring a rectangular paneled Mahogany Cabinet, Dresser, four drawers, ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Dressers

Materials

Mahogany, Lucite

George Nakashima 8 Drawer Cherry Chest, Mid-Century
Located in Toledo, OH
Studio crafted chest by George Nakashima (1905-1990). This cherry chest features a 3 plank top with expressive grain and sap grain detail above 8 drawers. Beautifully dovetailed case...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Dressers

Materials

Cherry

Vintage English Edwardian Style Mahogany Pinwheel Inlay 3 Drawer Dresser Chest
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Vintage English Edwardian Style Mahogany Pinwheel Inlay 3 Drawer Dresser Chest. Item features 3 dovetailed drawers, banded inlay top and drawer fronts, crotch mahogany wood grain, pi...
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Mid-20th Century Edwardian Dressers

Materials

Mahogany

Antique and Vintage Dressers for Sale: Find Broyhill Dressers, Drexel Dressers and Florence Knoll Dressers on 1stDibs

Antique, new and vintage dressers are a staple in any household. Whether it’s a 19th-century solid pine or oak Welsh kitchen dresser you’re using to store tableware or a Broyhill Brasilia highboy in your bedroom, these furniture fixtures are essential for making the most of your space.

The first step in finding the perfect dresser is considering your particular needs. Most tall dressers offer anywhere from five to seven drawers, essentially allowing for the organization of an entire wardrobe, while shorter, waist-height dresser varieties can be equipped with a convenient vanity mirror.

highboy dresser is usually around six feet tall, with some versions standing even taller at seven feet or so. Highboys, which began to appear with frequency during the early 17th century in England, are essentially very tall dressers with lots of drawers, whereas a lowboy is a different type of storage furniture in that it's a dressing table with one or two rows of drawers. 

When shopping for your antique or vintage dresser, consider those that bear the hallmarks of solid construction. Good furniture means making an investment, and solid hardwood pieces of maple, walnut or cherry will prove far more durable than a bedroom dresser made of particleboard.

If you’re looking for a mid-century modern case piece that boasts a subdued pairing of wood grains and uncomplicated drawer pulls, browse elegant dressers designed by Florence Knoll, Harvey Probber, Paul McCobb and other furniture makers associated with the celebrated style on 1stDibs. 

Dressers characterized by bolder designs are also popular: Not only will your new piece of furniture be a storage solution, but it'll also make a statement.

Art Deco furniture makers preferred to work with dark woods and typically incorporated decorative embellishments. An ornately carved French or Italian Art Deco dresser complete with vanity mirror and cabriole scrolled feet might better complement the other pieces in your home. Alternatively, if you favor sumptuous antique furniture with curving lines and floral flourishes, the collection on 1stDibs also includes sophisticated 1800s-era Victorian walnut dressers and washstands with marble tops.

After all, a good case piece isn’t merely for minimizing clutter in your space. The style of your chosen dresser and its specific attributes should add something to your decor and your home. Modern creations include one-of-a-kind shapes, like the venturesome chests of drawers in leather, marble and wood crafted by the likes of Roberto Cavalli.

Explore a broad array of antique and vintage dressers today on 1stDibs.

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