Designed by Merton Gershun for American of Martinsville, this highboy combines qualities from several of the nations who were at the forefront of design at the time. Danish proportions mix with American robustness and brass details, along with some Italian sass. Exceptional build quality, with the right amount of heft to let you know it's been around for 60 years, and can easily do another 60.
A rarely seen member of the Dania collection, this narrow bar can be tucked up against most walls and spaces with its narrow 15" profile. The drop front bar is attached to a mechanism that causes a drink tray to simultaneously pull out as you open the door. Walnut ripples on the bottom doors flare vibrantly adding natural warmth and beauty to a piece that would be equally at home in a New York loft or or Upstate cabin.
Restored by Niji to emphasize the natural character of the walnut. Often, mid-century furniture (not just the Dania series) was covered in thick finishes and stains ostensibly to have pieces appearing more uniform for catalog purchases. We think that this flattening of the aesthetic is no longer necessary for those who love the variations in color and texture that wood has. Some minor wear may remain.
36W x 15D x 43H
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