Stunning mid century modern walnut credenza by American Design Foundation, Calvin Furniture Company attributed to Kipp Stewart. Features two top drawers, one fitted with seven dividers to create eight compartments for flatware, Label inside drawer with the circular metal nameplate attached with makers name (American Design Foundation, Calvin Furniture Company) two lower cabinets with four magnet-held doors, one side with two open drawers above storage and the other with storage and an adjustable shelf. It is raised on four slender square straight legs ending in recessed black metal ferrules. The drawers and cabinet doors have unique brass T-form pulls with back plates in a bronzed finish with a lovely patina. This versatile storage piece would make a nice addition to any dining room as well as in an office or bedroom. It is beautifully constructed, sturdy and in very good vintage condition. Matching sideboard available, exact match same size (sold separately).
Condition Report: Original finish, exhibit little signs of wear, with a small faded water ring on top surface, show in photo, overall gorgeous surface condition. Construction is strong and sturdy.
Makers Label: American Design Foundation, Calvin Furniture Company
Creator: Attributed to Kipp Stewart
Of the Period: Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin: USA
Date of Manufacture: Circa 1960s
Materials and Techniques: walnut frame, brass hardware, black metal ferrules
Wear: Consistent with age and use
Measurements: 54” wide x 18” deep x 31.25” tall