Mid century modern high boy, chest of drawers, gentleman’s dresser, the “Wharton” line by Kent Coffey. Minimalist Danish Modern inspired profile. A handsome example of American craftsmanship. Stunning walnut high boy dresser with copper accents. Exquisitely designed with incredible lines and detailing, with raised border doors. Features two spacious long dovetailed drawers on the bottom, and upper double doors, which open to reveal one fixed shelf on the left and three roll out drawers on the right, giving ample storage capability. Makers Label (Kent Coffey) stamped inside the drawer. An exceedingly fine tallboy dresser, the copper hand tear drop pulls, contrast beautifully against the warm walnut body, this piece has been very well taken care of over the years. This is an investment piece, with great style for a bedroom or living room. Kent Coffey designed elegant high-end furniture for the aspiring modern family. Also available for sale a matching dresser and mirror, (sold separately). Condition Report: Original finish, with minor wear and light use indicators, small loss of veneer on back top edge, with repair patch, overall nice surface condition. Drawers slide open smoothly; solid, strong and sturdy, the base is tight level and supportive, interior is clean. Scuffs to the copper, original hardware.
Creator: Kent Coffey (Maker)
Of the Period: Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin: United States
Date of Manufacture: 1960s
Materials and Techniques: Walnut, brass
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 42″ Wide x 20″Deep x 52″High