Perhaps one of the most iconic pieces ever designed by Jay Spectre, this 1980s dresser is highly sought after and becoming increasingly rare. As with the entire collection, Spectre used a cerused oak, meaning liming wax was applied in order to showcase the beautiful grain. The dresser features raised, wood banding in the postmodern, Art Deco style so heavily favored at that time. The bands conceal a handle to pull open the drawers. Brushed aluminum banding at the base and top complete this very streamlined look. The interior top drawer features the metal plaque with the designer’s imprimatur. The dresser has 4 drawers below and 3 above for ample storage.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 31 in. (78.74 cm) Width: 72 in. (182.88 cm) Depth: 18 in. (45.72 cm)
CONDITION: Refer to images attached. This is a vintage item. We are happy to send additional photos upon request.
SHIPPING: Shipping must be coordinated by the buyer. Seller is not responsible for shipping the item. Item is located in the San Francisco California Bay Area. This item is available for local pick-up.
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