Nineteen-Laties Ello style credenza with bronzed mirror facade. Picture this chic credenza in a NYC skyscraper executive corner office. A cache of rare Scotch and crystal glasses hidden behind the mirrored doors.
Wall Street glam and minimalism combine to create this late 1970’s or early 1980’s credenza. Clearly Inspired by contemporary metropolitan architecture, the mirrored top and doors contrast and complement the polished brass colored metal accents. Modern and sleek, yet elegant. The look is similar in style to the Cityscape line created by Paul Evans. The top of the credenza are comprised of bronzed color mirrors. The side panels and trim are gold colored metal. The front of the cabinet may appear white in some photos. That is because the mirrors are reflecting a white wall.
Four hinged mirrored doors open to reveal tons of open cabinet space. The two middle doors conceal a large, adjustable shelf and one pull-out drawer. Each left and right side cabinet space holds one adjustable / removable shelf.
Our restoration team gave this credenza a complete top to bottom detailing. Moreover, the top sheet of beveled mirrored glass has been replaced with a new piece that looks exact to the original. Minor imperfections remain on the brass metal sections, but overall, the credenza looks very good.
76.25” Long x 17.5” Deep x 29.5” High
Condition: Replacements made: New glass top. Wear consistent with age and use. New beveled mirror glass top. Minor age appropriate blemishes on brass metal sections (see pics). Very good overall condition.