Tall Art Deco Cabinet by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller 1937

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    Tall Art Deco Cabinet by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller 1937

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This tall Art Deco cabinet was designed by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller in 1937. The front of the doors are Maidou burl, the top & side are bleached mahogany and the base is rosewood. This tall cabinet has satin chrome pulls. We also have the matching low server cabinets. Gilbert Rohde was one of the foremost American Modernist designers of the 1930s and into the 1940s. He was responsible for taking the Herman Miller Company from a traditional furniture Company to a leader of American Modern furniture production. Furniture, lighting and clocks designed by Gilbert Rohde are in all major museum 20th Century Design collections. Maidou burl door fronts, mahogany tops and sides and rosewood bases with satin chrome pulls. The display area has sliding glass doors with mitered glass corners. Offered by TFTM

Product Specifications

Dimensions
Depth: 16.5
Width: 36
Height: 58
Lead Time
Varies (Limited Edition)

Vintage Specifications

Creator
Gilbert Rohde
Condition
Excellent

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