Triple Dresser For Drexel Declaration by Kipp Stewart
This Mid Century 9 Drawer Dresser is in original vintage condition. This was designed by Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall for Drexel’s Declaration Collection, Circa 1960’s. The drawers feature brass and porcelain hardware. The inside top drawer has the maker’s stamp (by Drexel) and an additional maker’s mark stamped on the back. This is a showstopper, a timeless style that can easily blend with any decor or furniture design. It’s designed beautifully on a recessed base that is supported by gorgeous round tapered legs. The recessed base conveys a “floating ” effect which makes this piece stand out from so many other styles today.
This is an ideal size, This piece would be a great addition to any space, it can be used in an office, foyer, living room, dining room or bedroom.
We are offering several additional pieces from a full matching set. Each piece is listed separately: Twin Headboard, Bachelor’s Chest, Double Dresser, Double Dresser (slightly darker in color), Corner Desk, Night Stand and Desk.
1 in stock
Very good, age appropriate wear due to minor use, (see all photos) no excessive damage, slight indentations and surface scuffs, no breaks or repairs. This has been cleaned and condition with wax, this is ready for immediate use. The structure is solid. Manufactured with walnut inlay, all the drawers are dovetailed and glide nicely. You will not be disappointed.
- 66″ wide
- 20″ deep
- 31.25″ 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.
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