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  • Herman Miller Miniature Chest

    This case, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a white laminate top with rosewood veneer on the back, side, and front. The six drawers each have one white porcelain pull attached to them. This "Miniature Chest" is the Rosewood Cabinet Series was created to stand alone or could sit on other pieces in the series of cabinets designed by Nelson, George. Price History: 1955: $170. 00 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 1110); 1959: $218. 00 teak 1964: $174. 00 (Trade Catalog …

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Cabinet, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, is constructed of rosewood and has cast aluminum stain, metal legs. The cabinet includes four drawers with porcelain drawer pulls. Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest Herman Miller Series: Rosewood Case Group Product Number: 5202

  • Herman Miller Chest of Drawers

    This Chest, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of a chrome plated metal frame and legs which supports a chest with blond wood veneer. The sides of the chest are paneled and covered with blue, grey, black, and yellow micarta. The back is paneled as well and covered with black and grey micarta. There are six drawers in the object with black metal drawer pulls. This object varies from the color combinations shown in the Herman Miller Catalogues. Herman Miller Trade Name: …

  • Herman Miller Chest 4 Drawers

    This Chest Cabinet, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of an oak top, side and front which sits on legs that are bent metal. There object contains four drawers with chrome, satin drawers pulls, and one storage cabinet with three shelves. Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest 4 Drawers Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Series Product Number: 4712

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Case, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a rosewood veneer case with eight drawers. The each of the drawers have white porcelain pulls attached. The case sits on four cast aluminum legs with satin finish. This case can also be used without legs and places on a platform bench. Price history: 11/56: $392. 00; 1/57: $392. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest Herman Miller Series: Rosewood Cabinet Series Product Number: 5221

  • Herman Miller Storage Chest

    This Storage Chest, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, consists of a steel frame covered with white glass backed enamel. The top is black micarta while the three drawer fronts are light blue lacquer with polished chrome drawer pulls. The drawer sides differ from the fronts and are light gray-green lacquer. Herman Miller Trade Name: Storage Chest Herman Miller Series: Steelframe Case Group Product Number: 4012

  • Herman Miller Chest 4 Drawers

    This Chest of Drawers, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, is constructed of wood with a comb grain oak veneer. The case has four drawers with satin, chrome drawer pulls. Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest 4 Drawers Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Series Product Number: 4606

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Chest, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, consists of a wood case with English sycamore veneer. The object is finished off with four drawers that have dark brown sucupiro drawer pulls. Herman Miller Trade Name: Dresser Product Number: 2185

  • Herman Miller Chest 5 Drawers

    This Dresser, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a comb grain oak veneer on the top, sides, and drawer fronts while the legs are ebonized wood. The drawer pulls are chrome-plated satin. Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest 5 Drawers Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Series Product Number: 4620

  • Herman Miller Storage Chest

    This Storage Chest, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a steel frame and legs that have been painted black. A white micarta, plastic laminate top and three drawers, with visible sides, are set into the frame. The drawer fronts are wood that has been lacquered blue while the sides and back are white. The drawers are finished with polished chrome-plated handles on each. The color varies from catalogue specifications. Herman Miller Trade Name: Storage Chest…

  • Herman Miller Storage Chest

    This Chest of Drawers, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a white plastic laminate top with three wooden drawers. The drawer fronts are lacquered orange while the sides and back are painted celery green. Polished chrome pulls finish off the drawers. The piece sits on a white painted steel frame which extends to make four legs. Price History: 1955: $ 142. 00 1959: $ 166. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Storage Chest Herman Miller Series: Steelframe Case Group Pro…

  • Herman Miller Dresser ; Mirror

    This Dresser, from the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of four drawers with brass drawer pulls. The four legs are carved and have casters. An oak and walnut veneer covers the top, sides, front and mirror frame. The dresser is made complete with a mirror that has the dimensions of 49. 75" wide, 2" deep, and 36" high. It was likely designed by either Jacques Bevelacqua or Edgar Somes. Herman Miller Series: Dresser ~ Traditional; Mirror ~ Gothic Traditional

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Chest, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a medium tone veneer which covers the top, sides, front and legs. The chest comes complete with two small drawers and two large drawers. The large drawers have bow fronts and all have circular wood drawer pulls. The Chest also has a "Michigan Star" label on it. Herman Miller Series: Traditional

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Dresser, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a sequoia burl veneer and castano wood for the exterior surface with a gray harewood inlay. The front is bowed with a light horizontal stripe in the veneer as well as having three drawers and one door with brush chrome pulls. In 1988, a protective glass top was added to the top of the piece by Herman Miller Inc. This piece is the same version that was designed for the 1933 World's Fair and has the numbers '8066/88' written on t…

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Chest of Drawers, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a castano and sequoia burl veneered exterior surface across the front two doors. At the center is an inlay that forms three horizontal lines. The interior contains six drawers with brush chrome pulls. On the back is the inscription '3192/43'. This piece is the same version that was designed for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair and used in "Design for Living House". Price History: 1936: $43. 00 (wholesale); …

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Chest, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a plain rectangular carcase veneered in rosewood. There is a slight bow to the front and a recessed base of darker wood having inlaid vertical stripes of rosewood. There are three veneered drawers to the object, each with a circular concave mat brass pull. This piece bears partial B. Altman Label. This indicates that it was manufactured before 1939. There is a stencil on the back with the product number indicating it w…

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Dresser, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed of a walnut top, sides, frame and legs with a dark piano mahogany veneer. There are three large drawers with padded off-white leather cloth upholstery squares on the front. Price History: 1941: $ 108. 50 (retail); 1942: $ 122. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Dresser Herman Miller Series: 4140 Modern Bedroom Group Product Number: 4140

  • Herman Miller Storage Chest

    This Storage Chest, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a plain rectangular form with white enameled steel frame. A plastic laminate top and three maple drawers, with visible sides, are set into the frame. The drawers are painted light grey on the sides and backs while the fronts are powder blue. The drawers are finished with oval chromed handles on each. Inside a drawer is a rectangular embossed silver foil label which has Nelson, George's signature in red design and h…

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan. Catalog, 1933

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3317 in the "Modern Series. " This series was designed by Gilbert Rohde for the "Design for Living" house at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, A Century of Progress. The literature states: "The veneers used are Castano and Sequoia burl inlaid with English Harewood. The Castano and Sequoia burl are finished a rich brown and the Harewood a silver grey. The trimmings are …

  • Herman Miller Chest of Drawers

    This Chest, in the collection of Cranbrook Art Museum, consists of a plywood case lacquered with masonite and plastic laminate on the top and front. The sides are paneled with light and dark grey micarta while the back is paneled with black, white, and grey micarta. The frame is chrome plated metal with four legs. Herman Miller Trade Name: Chest of Drawers Herman Miller Series: Eames Storage Unit Product Number: 226-N