Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 [email protected] (1894-1944) designed this bedside table in 1933 for the Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland, Michigan.
From the 3319 group, the bedside table is constructed of straight grained ash veneers and mahogany with brushed chrome pulls.
In 1925 the couple arrived in New York and worked for Joseph Urban in the American branch of the Wiener Werkstatte.
The table is 54” long x 36” wide x 30” high and extends by 27” with the three leaves inserted (two leaves are 10” wide each and one is 7” wide and they can be used individually). Starting in the late 1920's, Rohde designed furniture for clients and his own furniture retailed by others.
Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 [email protected] (1894 – 1944) for the Herman Miller Furniture Company of Zeeland, Michigan in 1934. Gilbert Rohde American [1894 - 1944] Gilbert Rohde was one of the pioneers of American Modern design.
The chair had been re-upholstered several times, but the original owner’s son graciously provided a 1939 photograph of him sitting in the chair…we have reupholstered it in the same style and material as original.
The chair, with one side higher than the other is very comfortable and allows for a variety of sitting positions. The tall arm stands at 32” high, the low arm is 23” high and the seat height is 18”.
This American Art Deco coffee table is constructed of white enameled wood with shelves around a central column and topped by a garnet/burgundy antique Vitrolite top with some darker inclusions. The table is 18 1/4" tall x 32 1/2" wide x 16 3/4" deep.