Stately. No other word best represents this exceptional John Stuart credenza / dresser. The 3-piece modular dresser dates from the mid 20th century and was designed by Renzo Rutili for John Stuart. The fusion of British Colonial, Far East, Regency and Modern create a distinctive harmony, rarely found in such tasteful proportions. Versatility abound. Imagine how elegant this would look in a hall entry.
Both chests can be arranged in opposite positions (facing either direction) atop the solid walnut bench. Finished on both sides, these cabinets proudly showcase a stacked bay of brass accented regal drawers. Contrasting yet complimentary in their checkered parquet assemblage of various exotic wood veneers. The pulls lock in patinated brass plates that have acquired a hammered appearance over the decades. No better place to store your treasures of the Orient.
Every inch was delicately restored by our in-house cabinet shop. We use a light touch to remove imperfections, without taking away any charm or patina. We restore with the intentions of maintaining authenticity and character. Our pieces look well-preserved, not “refinished”. Minor imperfections may remain noticeable up-close, but the overall presentation will be estimable. We encourage you to examine our photos closely and please reach out to us with any questions or concerns.
Manufactured by Johnson Furniture for John Stuart Inc. of New York and designed by Renzo Rutili.
Overall: 67.75” Long x 20” Deep x 25.25” High
Tall Chest: 33” Wide x 18.25” High
Short Chest: 33” Wide x 12.5” High