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HEIGHT: 50.63in (129cm) WIDTH: 45.75in (116cm) DEPTH: 20in (51cm)
Bronze, Marble, Wood
Late 19th Century
Paul McCobb double dresser from circa 1950s Planner Group line produced by Winchendon Furniture Company, with black lacquer finish, brass pulls on square tapered legs. Markings include designer label [Planner Group, designed by Paul McCobb, Winchendon Furniture Company, Winchendon Mass] to one of the interior top drawers. Despite minor presence of wear, specifically to the finish along the top left edge, the dresser remains in very good vintage condition.
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