Mid-Century Highboy Tall Dresser George Nelson Herman Miller


Iconic and classic Mid-Century Modern walnut tall five-drawer dresser designed by George Nelson for the Herman Miller Primavera line, circa 1950s.


Iconic and classic Mid-Century Modern tall five drawer dresser designed by George Nelson for the Herman Miller Primavera line, circa 1950s. Iconic piece resulting from the collaboration of these two MCM Masters! Often referred to as the Primavera Line, part of the Basic Cabinet Series. Featuring a gorgeous walnut wood dresser with five spacious dovetailed drawers, all adorned with original striking brushed polished metal pulls. The top and third drawers offer cubbies/ dividers, perfect for organizing personal effects. The top two drawers are of equal proportion while the bottom three offer more depth. This remarkable dresser rests on ebonized inset legs creating a stunning contrast to the walnut hue of the body. A wonderful tribute to the clean, minimalistic design and style aesthetic characteristic of the Nelson and Miller collaboration. Please see other listings, for the accompanying, matching dresser and dining set available, sold separately. Truly a showpiece, this versatile dresser will be perfect in a bedroom, dining room or office, and blend seamlessly with a host of décor styles.
Condition Report: Original finish, exhibit little signs of wear, overall gorgeous surface condition. Construction is strong and sturdy. Brushed metal pulls in great condition show minimal signs of wear.

Designer: George Nelson
Manufacturer: Herman Miller
Place of Origin: USA
Date of Manufacture: 1950s
Of the Period: 1950-1959
Materials and Techniques: Walnut, polished metal
Condition: Good
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 24 ʺW × 18.5ʺD × 39 1/2ʺH