Drexel Declaration 1950s two piece sideboard and hutch offering lots of display and storage space. Designed by Stewart MacDougall and Kipp Stewart, the iconic Declaration by Drexel collection in walnut features white porcelain pulls and clean lines. The bottom sideboard piece has two long drawers along the top, one of which is felt lined with removeable flatware dividers. Below are two sets of cupboard doors opening to a single height adjustable shelf on one side while the other side has a little vertical storage for platters or records and a height adjustable shelf. The cabinet sits on long legs with a stretcher base. The top hutch part has two sets of walnut framed glass doors opening to four height adjustable opaque glass shelves. Underneath the glass doors is open storage space with a groove near the back to hold plates up for display. Both pieces are stamped with makers marks and dated in the late 1950s. Very good vintage condition for age and use. Where the top piece sits on the bottom piece is many shades darker than everywhere else as it's been covered for over 60 years. The hutch has several small holes drilled into the top, but they can't be seen unless you are looking down from above.
Overall dimensions are 60" wide, 20" deep, 70.75" high. Sideboard is 30.75" high. Hutch is 48.5" wide, 12" deep, 40" high.