Iconic Mid Century Dresser Designed by Lawrence Peabody

Iconic Mid Century Dresser Designed by Lawrence Peabody

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This gorgeous Dresser was designed by Lawrence Peabody for the Sheboygan, WI. based manufacturing company. I knew restoring this piece would be a challenge and yet so rewarding. It was all that and more! It simply couldn’t look any better, this  is absolutely stunning! I’ve poured a large part of myself into bringing life back into this piece. My goal was perfecting the color tone and giving it a pristine finishing touch that would last for several more decades to come.

It’s constructed of white oak, this features four drawers, (one is a cedar drawer for sweaters) and has one shelf. This particular design is uncommon. Lawrence Peabody designed several very similar in style, this particular piece has a cedar drawer behind the caned door, when you commonly see just a shelf.

The smaller size of this piece is great for less than standard wall space. This style provides a bit more depth than some dressers. The sculpted wood pulls are a solid wood that is inset, the drawers are in excellent condition, they glide with ease. The construction of this dresser shows some of the best craftsmanship that I’ve seen in a long time!

$1,200.00

Out of stock

Specifications

Condition

Excellent

Dimensions

  • 56.75″ wide
  • 19″ deep
  • 29.25″ high

 

Feel free to email if you have any questions or would like to see it in person.

Local pick-up east of Kansas City in Blue Springs, Missouri. Curbside delivery is available for a small fee within the Kansas City area. Please read return and shipping policy prior to purchase. Shipping cost is not included in the purchase price. As a courtesy to our clients we are willing to help coordinate shipping arrangements.

Remember shipping is not included in your purchase. Please contact me to arrange shipping.

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