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21 Jun, 2014 19:51:14 AEST
NORTHCOTE, VIC, 3070, Australia
An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Well-worn, with some marking and cosmetic wear to varnished surfaces. Structurally sound but with some visible blemishes.”|
Classic long and low mid century dresser. 4 drawers, glass shelf and (removable) atomic shaped mirror.
Dating from the 1950s, it is made from a blonde timber (maple or similar), with white vinyl fronts on the 2 smaller drawers. Stands on slim cigar-shaped turned solid timber legs with gilt metal foot-caps.
Would be a nice piece for an eames era bedroom, or with mirror removed would make a sweet retro tv or entertainment unit.
Fair vintage condition - structurally good, all drawers sliding smoothly, standing stable. There are scattered blemishes and scratches to the varnished surfaces of the timber, but nothing too deep.
Please take a good look at our photos as they form a part of our description.
base unit 66cm high
170cm tall inc. mirror
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PICKUP WITHIN 7 DAYS OF PURCHASE
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Pickup and inspection are welcome,
at our store + restoration workshop -
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1 Timmins St Northcote 3070
Opening hours 12-6 Thursday to Sunday - other times by appointment.
Feel free to pop in to see more 20th Century pieces,
or to discuss any restoration projects you may have.
Pickup within 1 week of auction end please ... or dresser will have to be re-listed.
Any questions, please ask!