A very rare find! Authentic Kindel Vanity Dresser Circa early 1900's

  • Price: $595.00
  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Type: Item for Sale
  • Date Posted: Aug 10, 2010
  • Seller Type: -
This is one of the earliest 19th century items made by Kindel Furniture and a rarer find due to it's size. This stunning table is genuine Mahogany with the original brass drawer pulls. It originally sold with a mirror and was made in an Oxford Finish, however this table is stamped, Buckingham. which means it was made in a custom finish with was more costly. The beautiful patina on this desk reflects typical age related blemishes. I recommend only professional beautification if preferred. It is pattern # 130-9 part of The Wallaston collection. The dimensions of the dresser is 48"wide X 21" deep X 32"tall I have also included a picture of the company's original ad. Kindel family founded Kindel furniture in 1901 in Grand Rapids, Michigan and since its inception it has been building supreme quality furniture for its discriminating customers. Kindel has always focused on traditionally designed furniture executed by the renowned woodworkers of Grand Rapids at the highest level of skill. company is widely known for its traditionally designed furniture. The immaculate craftsmanship, bench-made traditions and unwavering attention to details involved in creating each piece of Kindle furniture,shows the company's commitment to quality and authenticity. Today, Kindel is one of the few old-line companies in America to survive to the present day. Kindel continues to be a family-owned and operated company till date, despite changes in ownership. The quality, craftsmanship and authenticity of Kindel furniture bring it parallel to the work of first-rate 18th century artisans. Kindel is 100% American made and use finest materials and processes to create its masterpiece. Kindel is one of those few companies that have recreated the lost art of hand carving and it is truly reflected in each of its furniture pieces." This piece is a MUST SEE!