Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller Art Deco Vanity, 1936 | LIBERTY & 33RD
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Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller Art Deco Vanity, 1936


An extremely rare and exceptional Art Deco vanity designed by Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller, circa 1936. The vanity features stunning wood grain and sleek, modern Art Deco design. The case is made from East Indian laurel wood, and the chest of drawers is birdseye maple. The vanity has a unique floating glass top and ample storage with three drawers. Its sleek rectilinear form exemplifies modernist simplicity and function and is balanced by warmth from the two tones of wood employed in the cabinetry. The combination of beauty and utility achieved Rohde’s aim of creating furniture for a modern, flexible lifestyle that came to represent American society in the postwar years. The original label is present. The vanity has been expertly refinished and is in excellent condition.

Measures 52.25″W x 15.88″D x 27.88″H.

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