This could be the most beautiful piece of furniture we have worked on to date. Solid mahogany, stamped internally with the Mahogany Association #225, signifying its origin from Georgetown Gallery sometime between 1936 and 1950.
I love finding these pieces and figuring out exactly what they need to have a new life and live out their next decades. After storing it for a few months waiting to decide on the perfect finish scheme for this I settled on a plan to not paint one inch of this beautiful wood grain. Instead I spent hours stripping her bare and applying a gray wash custom mix of stains, glazes and waxes to tone down the deep red and highlight the grain in a new contemporary way. It is buffed to a light sheen for a velvet smooth durable finish. [pictures don’t do it justice!] I replaced all of the hardware with pewter cup pulls. A labor of love and I can’t wait to see it find a new forever home!
62.5″ wide x 36″ tall x 21″ deep