Mid Century Modern Mid Century Modern Drexel Declaration Floating Nightstand Designed by Kipp Stewart
This Mid Century Modern One Drawer Nightstand is in original vintage condition. This is one of two matching nightstands available, so…. if you’ve been looking for a pair, you’ve come to the right place! This was designed by Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall for Drexel’s Declaration Collection, circa 1960’s. This particular Declaration sculptural leg support, and floating design are the most coveted and most sought after of the entire line. The drawer features a brass and porcelain drawer pull. This timeless style will blend with any decor or furniture design.
We are offering several additional pieces of the Drexel Declaration line. Each piece is listed separately: Matching Floating Nightstand, Twin Headboard, King Headboard, Bachelor’s Chest, Double Dresser, Triple Dresser, Gentleman’s Chest, Single Nightstand, and Mirror.
Out of stock
Very good. Age appropriate wear due to minor use, (see all photos) no excessive damage, no breaks or repairs, the structure is solid. Manufactured with walnut inlay, the drawer is dovetailed and glides nicely, the top surface has been covered with glass since new, however; there is some darkening of the wood grain where a lamp sat over the years. We’re including the glass with this purchase. This has been professionally cleaned and conditioned with wax and is ready for immediate use.
- 23.5″ wide
- 15.5″ deep
- 23.25″ 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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