Nightstands Bedside End Tables by Bel Geddes, Steel, Art Deco, circa 1930, Pair

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Nightstands Bedside End Tables by Bel Geddes, Steel, Art Deco, circa 1930, Pair

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Item details

Vintage from the 1930s

Materials

Steel, Bakelite, Wood, Paint

Bedside tables, end tables, pair, with Bakelite handles, deep storage capacity and one pull drawer. Designed by Norman Bel Geddes for Simmons Furniture. Stripped steel; showing a modicum of rust and authenticity from the process. Bel Geddes opened an Industrial-design studio in 1927, and designed a wide range of commercial products, from cocktail shakers to cabinets. "By popularizing streamlining when only a few engineers were considering its functional use, he made possible the design style of the thirties." Was also one of the first designers to offer enameled steel furniture that debuted through Simmons at the Century of Progress World's Fair in Chicago in 1933. Pieces have been stripped and repainted. minor rust spots showing through that add industrial authenticity and patina.

MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES
Steel,
Bakelite,
Wood,
Paint
DIMENSIONS
H 23 in. x W 14 in. x D 13 in.
H 58.42 cm x W 35.56 cm x D 33.02 cm

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Bedside tables, end tables, pair, with Bakelite handles, deep storage capacity and one pull drawer. Designed by Norman Bel Geddes for Simmons Furniture. Stripped steel; showing a modicum of rust and authenticity from the process. Bel Geddes opened an Industrial-design studio in 1927, and designed a wide range of commercial products, from cocktail shakers to cabinets. "By popularizing streamlining when only a few engineers were considering its functional use, he made possible the design style of the thirties." Was also one of the first designers to offer enameled steel furniture that debuted through Simmons at the Century of Progress World's Fair in Chicago in 1933. Pieces have been stripped and repainted. minor rust spots showing through that add industrial authenticity and patina.

MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES
Steel,
Bakelite,
Wood,
Paint
DIMENSIONS
H 23 in. x W 14 in. x D 13 in.
H 58.42 cm x W 35.56 cm x D 33.02 cm

We offer many more unique vintage finds. Please head to: unearthedhome.com.
Please continue to visit our site for more architectural-vintage-industrial finds… character pieces for your home and garden. We add five items a week so check back often or convo to be added to our newsletter list.

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