• Herman Miller Vanity, Leather Covered

    This Vanity, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a rectangular top with two walnut veneer doors at either end. The doors are finished with brass pulls and have a light unit between them covered with glass. The top interior is fitted with compartments beneath the doors. The sides, front, and back are covered with orange, leather wrapped wood on the exterior and have a cut out space in front for two of the four walnut legs. This piece is missing its mirror which would attach t…

  • Herman Miller Vanity Bench

    This Vanity Bench, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a wood frame with wooden legs with black painted trim and carved feet. The frame supports seat that is padded and covered with a black polished cotton upholstery with a floral design. The designer of this object is unknown. Herman Miller Series: Traditional Product Number: 2063 ; 2053

  • Herman Miller Vanity

    This Vanity, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of four carved front legs and four rear legs, all with casters. These legs support a vanity that has walnut veneer and four drawers and a shelf. The drawer fronts have painted orange and black trim and have brass drawer pulls. Product Number: 2058 VT

  • Herman Miller Stool

    This Stool, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a brown padded vinyl seat with brass tacks and orange woven slip cover. The four legs of the stool are made of tawny walnut. Price History: 1955: $66. 00 1959: $74. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Stool Product Number: 4698

  • Herman Miller Vanity bench

    This Vanity bench, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed with four carved mahogany legs and decorative front. The seat is padded and covered in cream-gold brocade upholstery with raised decorative edge and brass tacks. The designer of this piece is unknown. Herman Miller Trade Name: Vanity bench Herman Miller Series: Georgian Group, Chippendale Product Number: 3389

  • Herman Miller Dressing Table

    This Dressing Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has a Honduras mahogany veneer covering the top, sides, shelf, and legs. There is one long drawer in front with two ornate brass pulls. The four legs are carved and have glides on bottom. This piece is intended to be used with a mirror. The designer of this piece was either Edgar Somes or Aurelio Bevelacqua. Herman Miller Series: Georgian Group, Chippendale Product Number: 3389

  • Herman Miller Vanity

    This Vanity, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of an asymmetrical carcase consisting of a plain veneered box with space for knees. The back panel is inlaid with vertical stripes contrasting with dark grain of rosewood. On the sinister side are three suspended bow-fronted laminated veneered drawers, each with a circular concave mat brass pull. These drawers are centered on the sinister upright, and seem to float suspended about the floor. The Body has a deep glass shelf beh…

  • Herman Miller Vanity Bench

    This Vanity bench, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a padded seat and backrest upholstered in rough silk with black leatherette piping. The base is constructed of four legs with a crossbar. The frame and legs are finished with a mahogany veneer. Price History: 1941: $25. 00 (retail); 1942: $29. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Vanity Bench Herman Miller Series: 4140 Modern Bedroom Group Product Number: 4140

  • Herman Miller Vanity

    This Vanity in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a mahogany veneer on the top and sides. The bow shaped front contains six drawers with padded off-white leatherette upholstery squares covering the drawer faces. The piece sits on eight wooden legs with metal glides. Inside a drawer is the label "Herman Miller Furniture Company Original Rohde Design. " Price History: 1941: $120. 00; 1942: $150. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Vanity Herman Miller Series: 4140 …

  • Herman Miller Vanity

    This Dressing Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is made with a castano and sequoia burl veneer covering the exterior surfaces. The front is bowed and has a harewood gray horizontal striped inlay on it. There are also three drawers and one door on the piece all with brush chrome pulls. 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: $138. 00 (retail); 62. 00 (wholesale) incl…

  • Herman Miller Dresser Base ~ Mirror

    This Vanity, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a dressing table carcase of rectangular form with slightly concave recessed facade which is veneered in medium brown walnut. The table is raised on four short conical legs. There are four drawers of equal size with walnut veneer and blond (birch) strip pulls across top edge of drawers. The mirror is missing. Stenciled on the back in black are the numbers 3930 which indicates the year of design to be 1939. Herman Miller Trad…

  • Herman Miller Vanity Base and Mirror

    This Vanity, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a dressing table carcase of rectangular form with slightly concave recessed top. The table is raised on two tapered slap legs and made of medium brown wood. There are three graduated drawers on each side of the central knee opening that have pale blond horizontal striped handles. One drawer has a label on the inside which reads "Made by Herman Miller Furniture Co. Original Rohde Design Zeeland Michigan". The object is fin…

  • Herman Miller Suspended Vanity

    This Suspended Vanity, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, is made with a tawny walnut veneered top and has a lift lid with a fluorescent light and mirror built into it. Herman Miller Trade Name: Suspended Vanity Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Series Product Number: 4661