SOLD – Drexel Declaration Lowboy Dresser with Hutch

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Amazing 1962 Declaration two-piece dresser and hutch combo designed by Stewart MacDougall and Kipp Stewart for Drexel. The iconic and collectible Declaration collection features clean lines and white porcelain pulls, allowing the gorgeous walnut grain to shine. This rare two-piece set has resided for 60 years in a master bedroom but could also be used in other spaces of the home or office, offering a unique combination of storage and display space. The bottom section is a lowboy dresser with glorious book matched, figured walnut grain, with ten drawers dovetailed front and back. The rarely seen top section is multifunctional and features storage space behind cane double doors, four sections of display / bookcase space, two small drawers and a pull-down door. The pull-down door opens to what could be used as a secretary desk or drinks cabinet with small shelves, a small drawer and black laminate surface inside of the door. Very good vintage condition with some expected cosmetic wear for age and use. The dresser has a couple of small chips and scratches, and the top beneath the hutch is darker than the rest of the piece as it hasn't been exposed to any light. The top section is in great shape, with some scratches mostly on the shelves inside.

Bottom piece is 62" wide, 20" deep, 31.25" high. Top piece is 60" wide, 13.5" deep, 50.5" high. Total height is 81.25" high.

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