Stunning 1930s Art Deco Robert W. Irwin Rosewood Dressing Table Vanity with Matching ChairProduct Barcode Id: 00005631
An elegant, stately, hand painted rosewood dressing table and matching chair in great condition from the famous Robert W. Irwin furniture company. This was probably made between 1920-1933 after artist Frank J. Davidhazy was hired to come from NYC to lead the hand painting division. Robert W. Irwin produced high-quality living room, dining room, and bedroom suites and occasional pieces in a large range of woods and period revival styles. In the 1930s many suites, such as this dressing table, featured striking matches of veneers in French walnut, rosewood, mahogany, aspen, satinwood, and curly maple, with hand-painted, raised lacquer, or carved accents. Styles included Modern/Art Deco, Biedermeier, Georgian, Duncan Phyfe, and most 18th-century French and English influences. See the 1930 photo of an advertisement featuring this piece. A very nice, solid and artistically relevant piece of American furniture history!
- Country: USA
- Condition: Very Good
- Year: 1930
- Dimensions: H desk 32” x H chair 33.25” x H desk opening 25” x H top desk 30.5” x H chair seat 19” x W desk 50” x W chair 18.25” x D desk 20.25” x D chair 16.75”
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