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Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser

Stock# BFBWG702244A2

This Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser is beautifully and skillfully constructed by Amish Craftsmen and is built out of individually hewn solid Pennsylvania Cherry Wood planks with tenons and beautiful detailed joints. You can take pride in owning furniture built to the highest standards and with strictest attention to detail. In addition, this dresser is remarkably unique not only because of its indisputable antique design but because it is made from the hardest of all North America Hardwood.

The detailed woodwork of this classic piece is typical of that seen in the Gamble House of Pasadena, California. This archetypal and timeless dresser is a hallmark to the contributions of the Arts & Crafts movement. This 9-Drawer Dresser features English dovetail drawers that sit on full-extension ball bearings that easily and effortlessly glide open and shut. In addition, this elegant and durable dresser is sealed with a conversion varnish that protects this piece from water, oil, alcohol and even nail polish. Furthermore, every surface of this dresser is softly smoothed and rounded to the touch without the sharp corners and edges.

Available to be custom made in a variety of woods and finishes. This stylish and enduring Amish Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser not only offers great functionality but also great storage making it a lovely addition to your bedroom.

Drawer One: 13.5"W x 17"D x 6"H
Drawer Two: 28"W x 17"D x 6"H
Drawer Three: 29"W x 17"D x 6"H



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Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser

Stock# BFBWG702244A2

$3,699.95

Dimensions

70W x 44H x 22D

Product Weight

275 lbs.
This Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser is beautifully and skillfully constructed by Amish Craftsmen and is built out of individually hewn solid Pennsylvania Cherry Wood planks with tenons and beautiful detailed joints. You can take pride in owning furniture built to the highest standards and with strictest attention to detail. In addition, this dresser is remarkably unique not only because of its indisputable antique design but because it is made from the hardest of all North America Hardwood.

The detailed woodwork of this classic piece is typical of that seen in the Gamble House of Pasadena, California. This archetypal and timeless dresser is a hallmark to the contributions of the Arts & Crafts movement. This 9-Drawer Dresser features English dovetail drawers that sit on full-extension ball bearings that easily and effortlessly glide open and shut. In addition, this elegant and durable dresser is sealed with a conversion varnish that protects this piece from water, oil, alcohol and even nail polish. Furthermore, every surface of this dresser is softly smoothed and rounded to the touch without the sharp corners and edges.

Available to be custom made in a variety of woods and finishes. This stylish and enduring Amish Greene & Greene 9-Drawer Dresser not only offers great functionality but also great storage making it a lovely addition to your bedroom.

Drawer One: 13.5"W x 17"D x 6"H
Drawer Two: 28"W x 17"D x 6"H
Drawer Three: 29"W x 17"D x 6"H



*Product picture may not reflect actual price. Please use pull down (when available) to determine your price. Colors and finishes may vary depending on your monitor.

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