Frank Lloyd Wright for Henredon Taliesin bookshelf hutch in mahogany. This is part of the awesome Taliesin Collection, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1955 and produced by Heritage Henredon for just two years, making them pretty rare. The chamfered wood edge near the top has a repeating Greek key motif, the signature detail of every Taliesin design, named after the architect’s houses in Wisconsin and Arizona. All of the pieces were executed in Honduran mahogany, which also matches well with walnut or other woods. This piece was originally designed to be placed on the matching dresser but can also be used as a standalone. It is double-sided and has three nicely beveled fixed shelves on each side that are built into the vertical side piece. In the center is a cabinet with a mahogany-wrapped glass door opening to three height-adjustable shelves inside. Very good vintage condition with light wear appropriate for age and use. There are a few scuffs, dings, and light scratches primarily on the shelves so most would be covered by books or decor.
61.5" wide, 16" deep, 49.75" high.