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Period: 1950s
Vintage Steel Frame Dresser by George Nelson for Herman Miller
Located in Raleigh, NC
Mid-century three drawer dresser designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, circa 1950s. A unique and hard to find piece. Steel frame and steel legs are black and beautifully contr...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Metal, Steel

Walnut Dresser / Storage Cabinet by George Nelson. Beautiful Condition.
Located in Kansas City, MO
Seldom seen walnut bedroom dresser designed by George Nelson for his "Modular Group" furniture line, manufactured by Herman Miller, 1950s. Four wide drawers with the original divide...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Steel

GIO PONTI, Rare chests of drawers, 1950s
Located in Rovereta, SM
Gio Ponti (1891-1979) Radica Wall-mounted chest of drawers Radica Wood, Manufactured by Giordano Chiesa Model created circa 1953 H 80 × L 100 × P 47 cm Bibliography: - Gio Ponti: L'...
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Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Wood

1950’s Franklin Shockey Sculptural Pine Dresser
Located in Elkton, MD
1950’s Mid Century Franklin Shockey Sculptural Pine 8 Drawer Dresser
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Pine

1950s Newly Lacquered Mid-Century Art Deco Style 5 Drawer Tall Chest
Located in Charleston, SC
This piece has had a complete overhaul! This stunning dresser with a very unique base and fantastic pulls, has been carefully restored and lacquered in a gloss Benjamin Moore “Deep...
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American Art Deco Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Wood, Lacquer

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut 12-Drawer Dresser
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Metal

Mid century 6 drawer low dresser with round Brass pulls
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Mid Century Low 6 drawer Dresser with Blonde finish and large round Brass pulls. Made in the USA circa 1950. Ready for use. Located in Brooklyn NYC. Measures 72” W x 19" D x 32” high
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Brass

Mid century 5 Drawer Tall dresser with round Brass pulls
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Mid-Century Tall Chest of Drawers Blonde finish with large round brass pulls. Very clean ready for use made in USA circa 1950. Measures 47" H x 36" W x 19" D
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

Rare Mid century Paul McCobb #1502 Jewelry Chest 10 Drawer Maple Brass Blonde
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Rare Clean Paul McCobb #1502 36" small chest of drawers in solid maple construction with blonde finish. Very high quality construction with original brass pulls with patina. Made for...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Brass

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut 9-Drawer Dresser
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut 9-Drawer Dresser
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

Thomasville Mid-Century Modern Hollywood Regency Walnut Gentleman's Chest
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Mid-Century Modern Hollywood Regency gentleman's chest or highboy dresser By Thomasville USA, 1950s Carved walnut, with original brass hardware. Measures: 33"W x 18"D ...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut 9-Drawer Dresser
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

Expertly Restored - Mid-Century Brutalist "Staccato" Highboy Dresser by Lane
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 precision. With over 17 years of artisanal exper...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Walnut

Paolo Buffa Dresser for La Permanente Mobili Cantù, 1950s
Located in Lonigo, Veneto
Paolo Buffa dresser for La Permanente Mobili Cantù, mahogany, Italy, 1950s. This Paolo Buffa dresser, designed and produced in the 1950s, stands as a pivotal example of the transiti...
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Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Mahogany

Paolo Buffa Nightstands for La Permanente Mobili Cantù, 1950s, Set of 2
Located in Lonigo, Veneto
Paolo Buffa nightstands for La Permanente Mobili Cantù, mahogany, Italy, 1950s, set of two. The Paolo Buffa nightstands, crafted in the 1950s, embody an exquisite blend of function ...
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Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Mahogany

George Nakashima for Widdicomb Dresser
Located in Dallas, TX
A large George Nakashima for Widdicomb dresser with beautifully grained East Indian Laurel and brass pulls. Beautifully restored.
Category

Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

1950s Dresser B60, Dieter Wäckerlin
Located in Neuss, NW
Rare Dresser from the 1950s by Dieter Wäckerlin for Behr Möbel, model B60. High-quality corpus in teak veneer with two drawers, two doors, three shelves and square steel feet in blac...
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German Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Steel

Expertly Restored - Modernist Dresser by Greta Grossman for Glenn of California
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Wood, Walnut

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Aluminum

Midcentury Italian Eglomisse Mirror Vanity
Located in New York, NY
A circa 1950's Italian gilt wood and eglomise mirror vanity with foliage and floral motif and original shell pulls. Measurements: Length: 60" Height: 30" Depth: 16"
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Italian Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Mirror, Wood

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut Dresser by Stanley
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

Paul McCobb "20-Drawer" Maple Dresser With Iron Base for Winchendon, 1950s
Located in Coronado, CA
A large and highly practical 20-Drawer "Planner Group" dresser by Paul McCobb for the Winchendon Furniture Company, made in Massachusetts in the 1950s. A lovely example in solid mapl...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Steel

Newly Refinished - Mid-Century Modern Walnut Highboy Dresser
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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Walnut

Midcentury Black Credenza, Italy
Located in Albano Laziale, Rome/Lazio
This Italian midcentury credenza crafted with lightweight materials, the piece showcases multiple beveled drawers. In combination with it's angular legs as well as glass tops it refl...
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Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

John Keal, Dresser, Wood, Brass, USA, 1950s
Located in High Point, NC
A wood and brass dresser designed by John Keal and produced by Brown Saltman, USA, 1950s.
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Aluminum

Mid Century Modern American of Martinsville Dresser Gentleman's Chest MCM
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Unique Mid-Century Modern American of Martinsville Credenza/Dresser Presenting a stunning and unique American of Martinsville mid-century credenza with nine drawers, offering ample ...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Burl

Dresser by Paul Laszlo for Brown Saltman
Located in Dallas, TX
A mahogany chest of drawers designed by Paul Laszlo for brown saltman.
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Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Mahogany

Paul Laszlo for Brown Saltman Basket woven Chest of Drawers cabinet
Located in Virginia Beach, VA
A six drawer chest by Paul Laszlo for Brown Saltman. Oak veneer with 100’s of individual tiles laid in an an interwoven basket weave pattern. Great texture and warmth. This exceedin...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Oak

Mid-Century Modern Walnut Dresser by Stanley Furniture
Located in North Hollywood, CA
This stunning mid-century modern walnut dresser from Stanley Furniture is a true masterpiece of design and craftsmanship. Dating back to the 1950s, it boasts high-quality walnut cons...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

John Widdicomb Hollywood Regency Campaign Black Lacquered Gentleman's Chest
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional Mid-Century Modern Hollywood Regency or Campaign style highboy dresser or gentleman's chest By John Widdicomb USA, 1950s Black lacquered solid cherry wood, with ori...
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American Hollywood Regency Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

Mid-Century Modern Blonde Solid Maple 8 Drawer Dresser by Heywood Wakefield
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Mid-Century Modern Blonde solid Maple 8 Drawer dresser by HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD. Good Vintage Condition clean inside and out. Drawers slide smooth. Very unique mid century and deco desig...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Maple

Paul McCobb Chest of Drawers for Calvin The Irwin Collection
Located in Chicago, IL
Paul McCobb Chest of Drawers for Calvin, The Irwin Collection,model 7306 features, Mahogany wood screenfold doors with piano hinges and magnetic catches conceals 16 total drawers, br...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Travertine, Brass

Stunning Midcentury 4 Drawer teak Dresser Made in Sweden
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Stunning early deco mid century 4 drawer teak veneer dresser made in Sweden. Beautiful early deco style mid century dresser. Beautiful blonde birc...
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Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Birch, Teak, Softwood

Paul McCobb Planner Group 3 Drawer Chest Nightstand Dresser
Located in Virginia Beach, VA
A three (3) drawer chest of drawers designed by Paul McCobb, a part of the planner group nay Winchedon Furniture company. Splayed legs support the narrow drawers. Constructed of sol...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Birch

1950s Paul Frankl "Station Wagon" Cabinet Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Virginia Beach, VA
A 1940s Mid century Modern Paul Frankl Cabinet Chest of Drawers. A part of the station wagon series in contrasting Philippine and Rock Mahogany and Maple featuring brass and leather...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

Mid Century Modern Maple Chest of Drawers Dresser by Edmond Spence, c1950s
Located in Chino Hills, CA
Embrace the timeless elegance and functional beauty of Mid-Century Modern design with this exquisite pair of maple chest of drawers, crafted by the renowned designer Edmond Spence in...
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Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Maple

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Aluminum

T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings for Widdicomb MidCentury Modern Bachelor Chest
Located in New York, NY
A four drawer dresser by TH Robsjohn Gibbibgs for Widdicomb. USA, circa 1940s/50s. Signed with fabric label. Dimensions: 31" x 35" x 20 1/2"
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Walnut

Mount Airy, Dresser, Walnut, Brass, USA, 1950s
Located in High Point, NC
A walnut and brass dresser designed and produced by Mount Airy, USA, 1950s.
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Brass

Paul McCobb for Calvin Dresser
Located in Chicago, IL
Paul McCobb Dresser for Calvin, features a rich Mahogany veneer. Its bi-fold doors, mounted on piano hinges, open up to reveal four spacious drawers. Additionally, the dresser offers...
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Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Mahogany

Maison Jansen Style Mahogany with Brass and Bronze Ormolu Triple Dresser
Located in Swedesboro, NJ
This is a superb brass trimmed gray marble top signed Maison Jansen STYLE triple dresser. The piece has wonderful bronze mounts and a gorgeous gray veined marble top. The piece is us...
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French Directoire Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Carrara Marble, Brass, Bronze

Paul McCobb Planner Group Model 1507-S Dresser and Mirror for Winchendon
Located in Littleton, CO
Paul McCobb’s Model 1507-S Planner Group 8-drawer dresser and companion mirror for Winchendon. USA, 1958. Extremely rare edition of the 1507-S dresser with special "shaped" handles...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Maple

Restored Mid-century Rattan & Wicker Dresser by Mengel Furniture
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Original restored Mid-century 6-drawer dresser by Mengel Furniture. The dresser is made with a Formica top with rattan trim decorating woven wicker fronts and poles rattan pulls. Thi...
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American Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Rattan, Formica

Mid-Century Modern Highboy Dresser with Leather Pulls by Glenn of CA
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Materials: Walnut, Leather Pulls, Metal Accents
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Metal

Vintage Italian Mid-Century Dresser w/ Brass Accents, c. 1950's
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Vintage mid-century dresser made in Italy in the 1950s; made with European walnut, zebra wood and fine brass details which are integrated into t...
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Italian Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Brass

Stunning Midcentury 8 Drawer teak Dresser Made in Sweden
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Stunning early deco mid century 8 drawer teak veneer dresser made in Sweden. Beautiful early deco style mid century dresser. Beautiful blonde birch wood drawer construction all clean...
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Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Softwood, Birch, Teak

Mount Airy, Dresser, Walnut, Brass, USA, 1950s
Located in High Point, NC
A walnut and brass dresser designed and produced by Mount Airy, USA, 1950s.
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

George Nelson Thin Edge for Herman Miller Rosewood Dresser, 1950
Located in Chicago, IL
George Nelson Thin Edge for Herman Miller Rosewood Dresser, 1950. Other dresser and nightstands are all sold in separate listings. Dress...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Rosewood

In the style Arne Vodder Solid walnut Chest or Highboy, Mid Century 1960/50’s
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Solid walnut drawer faces with beautiful sculpted drawer pulls. Splayed leg design, reminiscent of Vladimir Kagan’s and Arne Vodder designs. Beautiful walnut grain in excellent vinta...
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Walnut

Expertly Restored - Mid-Century Modern Dresser w/ Lacquered Bowtie Drawers
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Mid-Century Modern Dresser w/ Lacquered Bowtie Drawers
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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Walnut

Göran Malmvall cabinet, Sweden, 1950s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Cabinet in pine designed by Göran Malmvall, produced in Sweden by Svensk Fur, 1950s. Global front door shipping available.
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Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Pine

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

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Mahogany, Lucite

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Brass

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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American Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1950s Dressers

Materials

Metal

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