Stunning Mid-Century Modern combo-grain oak cabinet/dresser designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, circa 1950s. Iconic piece resulting from the collaboration of these two MCM Masters! Often referred to as the Primavera Line, part of the Basic Cabinet Series. This remarkable cabinet is constructed of beautiful comb-grain oak and features Herman Miller’s classic “squiggle” chrome pulls. Rests on contrasting ebonized block feet, creating a sophisticated profile. Featuring a single door on the right that opens to reveal two adjustable shelves for storage options. Four long drawers are positioned on the left, the top drawer offering six cubbies ranging in size from three, 12” wide x 4” deep in the front, to three 12” deep x 12” wide in the back, perfect for organizing personal effects. Top three drawers are of equal proportion while the bottom drawer offers more depth. Clean, sleek lines, characteristic of George Nelson and Herman Miller design and style. This timeless and functional cabinet is a wonderful addition to the Mid-Century Modern space for use as a dresser, dining room cabinet, office organization or welcoming entryway piece!
Condition Report: Wood shows minor markings; ebonized feet show wear consistent with use and age; construction sturdy; door and drawers open and shut smoothly.
Designer: George Nelson
Manufacturer: Herman Miller
Of the Period: Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin: USA
Date of Manufacture: 1950s
Materials and Techniques: Oak, chrome
Wear: Consistent with age and use
Measurements: 56 ½” W x 18 ½” D x 30” T
Mid Century Modern George Nelson for Herman Miller Cabinet Dresser
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