of classic design constructed of well-figured solid walnut with slightly bowed rectangular tops above a conforming body with two-drawers fitted with later brass pulls; raised on a subtle saber supports; professionally refinished with minor wear and warm patina
each having silver-embossed leather double doors with Lucite handles and decorative round Lucite handles on the sides all raised on Greek key form legs; excellent vintage condition; professionally polished.
each good quality and solidly built mahogany cabinet fitted with sliding doors with perimeter band inlay opening to reveal multiple oak drawers and retractable tie rack; each labeled 'Johnson Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan'; excellent vintage condition and professionally refinished
each striking 2-door cabinet of contrasting woods with geometric designs on all sides; fitted with brass hardware; the interior fitted with a single drawer and burlwood shelf; each with 'Mastercraft' label; excellent vintage condition; professionally refinished
the serpentine top above a bombe-form body fitted with three drawers adorned with bold bronze foliate mounts; all in a well-figured and richly patinated black walnut veneer; excellent antique condition with minor veneer replacements; later hardware
the rectangular quarter-veneered top with banding and molded edge over a burlwood frieze drawer above a scalloped apron; all raised on cabriole supports ending in pad feet; overall wear and patina; brasses replaced
of well-figured walnut veneer, the bowfront top above a conforming case fitted with 3 drawers and a brushing slide all over a scalloped apron and bracket feet; good antique condition; professionally refinished with small areas of replaced veneer
each of warmly patinated walnut with concave tops above a conforming body fitted with two drawers; each drawer with raised panels and centering a brass interlaced knob; with oak secondary wood; excellent vintage condition; professionally refinished
the meticulously crafted chest with book-match veneered rosewood rectangular top with concave front; above three similarly veneered drawers fitted with shell-form enameled pulls, centering well-figured walnut burl wood panels; raised on inlaid turned supports; with metal identification label "Robert W. Irwin, Grand Rapids"; excellent condition with refreshed finish; some rubbing to enameled pulls
super good quality with elegant shape and small size, the serpentine parquetry top above a bombé body fitted with 2 oak-lined drawers all raised on splayed legs ending in hoof feet; maker's label 'Auffray & Co. NYC" Auffray's & Co. originated in France in the early 1800's. It established a NYC workroom and showroom on 3rd Avenue in 1941. It later spent 40 years on 56th Street and now resides 200 Lexington Avenue in the Design Building. Auffray produced superb quality French reproduction furniture for high-end department stores such as Gimbels and B.