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Edward Wormley

Rosewood Commode

Finely crafted rosewood commode with grain matched serpentine front and shaped rosewood sides. The commode offers two full drawers sporting turned, solid rosewood and generously proportioned drawer pulls. Integral solid brass glides on each foot are both elegant and practical. Excellent in an entry foyer, or as a lamp table, diminutive bureau or even as an ancillary serving piece. To note is a unique drawer locking device accessed by a discreet sliding lever recessed in the back of the chest which locks both drawers without detracting from the drawer fronts with lock sets and keyholes. Designed when Wormley was decidedly revisiting the past with his modest mid-century update of this rather extensive line which the Dunbar catalog playfully describes as … ’sort of’ Baroque Modern…but also “… suggests Venetian style” but goes without saying well suited and in keeping with Wormley’s tasteful, understated transitional modern. Signed with Dunbar brass label.

Year: 1960s

Origin: USA

Materials: Wood

Colors: Brown

Dimensions: 33"W 17.25"D 32.5"H


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