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Material: Aluminum
George Nelson Herman Miller Rosewood Thin Edge Eight Drawer Dresser
Located in Ferndale, MI
Beautifully grained Rosewood cabinet with two rows of four drawers. Early style turned aluminum pulls on each drawer. Cabinet standing on for turned aluminum legs. This is a classic ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Paul McCobb Two-Drawer on Bench with Black Vitrolite Top
Located in Berlin, DE
Solid maple and aluminum ring pulls. The drawer is in excellent condition.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Pace Burlwood and Chrome Dresser, Italy, 1970
Located in Chicago, IL
Burlwood and chrome sideboard dresser by Pace Collection. There are 6 drawers behind the 4 burl wood drawers. Designed by Leon Rosen. Italy 1970’s.
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Pace Burlwood and Chrome Armoire Cabinet, Italy, 1970
Located in Chicago, IL
Burlwood and chrome armoire dresser by Pace Collection. Designed by Leon Rosen. Italy 1970’s.
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Rosewood Front Mid-Century Dresser
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Long mid-century space age dresser with stunning features. Four rosewood lined doors with polished aluminum trim and frame, contrasting white body. Six deep drawers sit behind the ro...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut Dresser by Basic Witz
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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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

1960's Mid-Century Modern Glenn of California Highboy Dresser
Located in Burbank, CA
Vintage Midcentury Modern dresser for sale. Manufactured in the 1960's by Glenn of California, and has been professionally refinished...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in Pawtucket, RI
George Nelson Thin Edge eight-drawer double dresser for Herman Miller, circa 1950s. Model #5221. A classic design, this example is executed in high-quality Brazilian Rosewood with al...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Thin Edge 10 Drawer dresser for Herman Miller
Located in Phoenix, AZ
This George Nelson design for Herman Miller, Thin Edge series 10 drawer dresser is in great condition and ready to be enjoyed for years to come. It...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Georges Frydman aluminum dresser for Efa 1958
Located in Grenoble, FR
George Frydman Two-part china cabinet with aluminum doors and oak structure dating from the 1950s. Beautiful patina, Georges Frydman has always designed adaptable furniture (the heig...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge 4 drawer Dresser by Herman Miller #1
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 Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

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 Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

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 Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Expertly Restored United Furniture Walnut Diamond Triple Dresser 9 Drawers 1960s
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Mid-Century Modern united furniture company vintage circa 1950s nine-drawer triple dresser would work well in the bedroom as originally intended or in the living room re-purposed as ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

1930s Donald Deskey Art Deco Low Maple Dresser with Round Mirror for Widdicomb
Located in St. Louis, MO
Wonderful period streamline Art Deco design low dresser with round mirror by Donald Deskey (1894-1989) for Widdicomb furniture in maple veneer with aluminum details. Cream lacquered ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Art Deco Mid Century Modern Double Door Large Hardware Walnut Server Cabinet
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Art Deco Mid Century Modern Double Door Large Hardware Walnut Server Cabinet MINT. Sliver drawer double doors cabinet. Inspected mint vintage condition.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Sleek Donald Deskey Art Deco High Boy Dresser for Widdicomb Furniture in Maple
Located in St. Louis, MO
Wonderful period streamline Art Deco design highboy dresser by Donald Deskey (1894-1989) for Widdicomb furniture in maple veneer and aluminum details. Cream lacquered handles and hig...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Modern Walnut Chest of Drawers: 1960s Elegance Redefined
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Discover the timeless elegance of the 1960s with our Mid-Century Modern Walnut Chest of Drawers, a masterpiece that has been masterfully restored to reflect the unique blend of style and craftsmanship of the era. Crafted from premium walnut, this dresser has been given a new lease on life through professional restoration, with a deep, dark walnut stain protected by a durable lacquer finish that accentuates the wood's natural warmth and grain. This chest of drawers offers extensive storage solutions, featuring three dovetailed drawers and two doors that open to reveal spacious compartments and shelves, perfect for organizing your belongings in style. The top drawer is enhanced with wood dividers, adding to its functionality. Original steel knob handles, meticulously cleaned and polished, provide a touch of vintage flair and complement the piece's aesthetic. Resting on four carved tapered legs, this dresser not only offers stability but also elevates its overall design, making it a statement piece in any bedroom setting. More than just a storage unit, this dresser is a work of art that embodies sophistication and mid-century charm. Ideal for those who appreciate the seamless integration of mid-century aesthetics with modern-day functionality, this Drexel lacquered...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Jonn Stuart Mid Century Modern 3 Drawer Aluminum Pulls Bachelor Chest Dresser
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Jonn Stuart Mid Century Modern 3 Drawer Aluminum Pulls Bachelor Chest Dresser. 1970s classic all restored to a like brand new condition.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

KGBL Johansson Dresser
By KGBL
Located in New York, NY
The delicate frame of the Johansson is achieved with a skin of 3/8" lacquered aluminum encasing a cabinet constructed of highly polished wood veneer exteriors and solid wood interior...
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2010s Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

John Stuart Walnut Mid Century Modern 6 Drawer Long Dresser Thin Edge Style MINT
Located in Rockaway, NJ
John Stuart Walnut Mid Century Modern 6 Drawer Long Dresser Thin Edge Style MINT!
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

KGBL Johansson Dresser
By KGBL
Located in New York, NY
The delicate frame of the Johansson is achieved with a skin of 3/8" lacquered aluminum encasing a cabinet constructed of highly polished wood veneer exteriors and solid wood interior...
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2010s Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Thin Edge Group dresser for Herman Miller
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson design Thin Edge Group dresser for Herman Miller. Sophisticated looking and very functional as a daily dresser. Comprising four smaller drawers across the top and three...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Expertly Restored United Furniture Diamond Tall Dresser in Cerused Walnut 1960s
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Mid-Century Modern United Furniture Company vintage circa 1950s tall dresser. A fine example of American retro furniture design. Solid construction with no particle board. Walnut woo...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Furniture with Drawers Vol. 2 No. 5 by Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini
Located in Naples, FL
Originally produced By Aoshima Shoten as “Furniture with Drawers Vol. 2 No. 5” circa 1970, perhaps this is the only Cappellini version in existence. Titled “Progetti Compiuti...
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Early 2000s Japanese Post-Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Modern Low 9 Drawer Walnut Dresser with Aluminum Finger Pulls
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
American Mid-Century Modern low 9 drawer walnut dresser with aluminum two finger pulls. Really Good Design and clean inside and out in good vintage condition. Walnut veneer dressers...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

John Keal Walnut Dresser with Metal Accent Pulls for Brown Saltman
Located in Los Angeles, CA
________________________________________ Transforming a piece of Mid-Century Modern furniture is like bringing history back to life, and we take this journey with passion and precis...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum, Brass

Paul McCobb for Planner Group Winchendon Modular Ebonized Maple Dresser
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Mid-Century Modern, modular dresser system by Paul McCobb for Planner Group, Winchendon features two 24 x 18 x 8.5 inch dressers with signature aluminu...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Cane Double Door Compartment 5 Drawer High Gentleman Chest Dresser Walnut MINT!
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Cane Double Door Compartment 5 Drawer High Gentleman Chest Dresser Walnut MINT!
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Paul McCobb Maple Double Dresser Planner Group by Winchendon Furniture, 1950s
Located in Miami, FL
Mid-Century Modern vintage six-drawer dresser model no. 1509 designed by Paul McCobb for his modular Planner Group line made by Winchendon Furniture in the 1950s. The cabinet can be ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Vintage Walnut Glenn of California Dresser Chest of Drawers by Kipp Stewart
Located in San Jose, CA
Mid century modern chest of drawers in walnut designed by Kipp Stewart for Glenn of California, circa 1950's. Features sculptural inset handles providing...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson rosewood Thin Edge chest or dresser for Herman Miller, U.S.A. Exceptional rosewood grain patterns throughout just ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Mid-Century Chest of Drawers in Walnut by Ico Parisi for MIM Roma, Italy 1960s
Located in Roma, IT
Wonderful midcentury five-drawers dresser. This minimal chest of drawers was designed by Ico Parisi and produced by Mim Roma. Made in walnut wood with wo...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum, Metal

Midcentury Paul McCobb Black 6 Drawer Dresser Credenza #1509 Ring Pulls
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Vintage midcentury Paul McCobb six-drawer dresser credenza Planner Group #1509. Beautiful dresser by Paul McCobb circa 1950s Planner Group Six drawer solid maple. Original aluminum r...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Mid Century Scandinavian Modern Dresser by Edmond Spence Sweden C1953
Located in Port Jervis, NY
Fantastic simple and elegant 3 drawer dresser with a two door cabinet above. Have the original paperwork from its sale, original and only owners. In excellent vintage condition with ...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson design rosewood "Thin Edge" chest or dresser for Herman Miller, U.S.A. Exceptional rosewood grain patterns throughout the case and drawer fronts with new spinning top a...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson design "Thin Edge" dresser for Herman Miller Model 5221, U.S.A. Eight drawers that graduate in size from top to bottom and operate effortlessly. Polished aluminum spinn...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson for Herman Miller Walnut Chest of Drawers
Located in Dallas, TX
This is a 4 drawer chest in walnut with cast metal pulls, black lacquered angular legs and cast aluminum finger pulls. Top drawer has removable dividers. Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, manufactured in Michigan...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Two "Thin Edge" Chest by George Nelson
Located in Denton, TX
"Thin Edge" chest of drawers by George Nelson for Herman Miller. These make nice nightstands Measures: cabinet 1. 19.5" deep by 34" wide by 33.25" high cabinet 2. 19.5" Deep by 24...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Vintage Walnut and Lacquered Dresser by Stanley Young for Glenn of California
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Fabulous vintage walnut and lacquered Dresser by Stanley Young for Glenn of California in the United States, circa 1950s. This dresser has a minimalist but highly functional design, ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An eight-drawer double dresser from George Nelson’s Thin Edge collection for Herman Miller. Design features the slender rosewood case for which the series was named and a double stac...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Thin Line Dresser in Rosewood by George Nelson for Herman Miller
Located in Westport, CT
The exquisite Thin Line Rosewood Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller, meticulously restored to its original splendor by Stamford Modern. Crafted with timeless elegance, this m...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Mid Century Modern Walnut 6 Drawer Dresser Credenza
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Mid-Century Modern walnut 6 drawer dresser credenza with aluminum handles. Beautiful walnut grain - solid wood drawers. Circa 1960s. All drawer...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Paul McCobb Perimeter Group 8 Drawer Dresser
Located in Oakland, CA
Perimeter group eight drawer dresser designed by Paul McCobb for the Winchendon Furniture Company. Beech with rosewood and aluminum pulls.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Midcentury Tall 6 Drawer Tall Walnut Dresser with Aluminum Finger Pulls
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
American Mid-Century Modern tall 6 drawer walnut dresser with aluminum two finger pulls. Really Good Design and clean inside and out in good vintage condition. Walnut veneer dressers...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson design rosewood thin edge tall chest for Herman Miller. Featuring five drawers, two with fitted dividers on aluminum legs and original...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Expertly Restored - Paul McCobb 6-Drawer Dresser for Winchendon Furniture
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Paul McCobb 6-drawer dresser for winchendon furniture. ________________________________________ Transforming a piece of Mid-Century Modern furniture is like bringing history back t...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

Materials

Aluminum

George Nelson Rosewood Thin Edge Dresser for Herman Miller
Located in San Francisco, CA
George Nelson Thin Edge Group eight drawer dresser for Herman Miller. Made with high quality construction and detail in Brazilian rosewood and oak with drawer dividers to help with ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

William Pahlmann Tall Dresser for Hastings
Located in Philadelphia, PA
William Pahlmann for Hastings furniture tall dresser. Walnut with Aluminum pulls that run across the top of each drawer. Listed separately 2 matching low dressers and nightstands. Or...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson for Herman Miller Chest in Walnut with Shelving
Located in Dallas, TX
This is a rare 3 drawer chest with shelving compartment. Walnut with cast metal pulls that we have painted black, with black lacquered angular legs. Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, manufactured in Michigan...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

George Nelson for Herman Miller Walnut Chest of Drawers, 1950s
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional mid-century modern five-drawer dresser chest By George Nelson for Herman Miller, "Basic Cabinet ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Six-Drawer Walnut Dresser by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture
Located in Dorchester, MA
Designed by Paul McCobb and manufactured by Calvin Furniture, this mid-century six-drawer dresser features aluminum accents and slender drawer pulls that emphasize its clean lines an...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Pair Teak George Nelson Thin Edge Night Stands / Chests. Expertly Restored.
Located in Kansas City, MO
Pair of George Nelson & Associates for Herman Miller Thin Edge cabinets model 4701. Teak cases with anodized aluminum pulls and cast aluminum legs. Each cabinet features four drawers...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

William Pahlmann for Hastings 4 Drawer Dresser
Located in Philadelphia, PA
William Pahlmann 4 drawer dresser for Hastings Furniture. Additionally tall dresser, pair of night tables, buffet, server and table and chairs all fro...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Classic Mid Century Walnut Dresser by Merton Gershun / American of Martinsville
Located in Buffalo, NY
Stunning walnut modernist dresser designed by Merton Gershun, manufactured by American Of Martinsville. Classic aluminum x's and asymetrical pulls, minor stain to (see photo). Hand d...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Signed Rare Pierre Cardin White Veneer & Chrome Cabinet/Dresser for Dillingham
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Cabinet or long dresser designed by Pierre Cardin (France) and manufactured by Dillingham (USA). Made of wood with white laminate outer cabinet and polished aluminum accents, the doo...
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Signed Rare Pierre Cardin White Veneer and Chrome Highboy Dresser for Dillingham
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Highboy or tall dresser designed by Pierre Cardin (France) and manufactured by Dillingham (USA). This signed dresser is made of wood with a white laminate veneer outer cabinet and po...
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

Pair of Paul McCobb for Calvin Four Drawer Dressers
Located in Chicago, IL
Pair of Paul McCobb for Calvin Four Drawer Dressers, Oiled walnut with vertical aluminum edge accents and beveled aluminum pulls.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aluminum Dressers

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Aluminum

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