1970s Vintage Post Mid-Century Modern Ello Mirrored Credenza Cabinet

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Total glamour in this, circa 1970s vintage post Mid-Century Modern Hollywood Regency mirrored Ello Furniture Manufacturing Co. credenza cabinet. In good vintage condition. Please see long description for detailed condition description.


  • Height: 30 inches.
  • Width: 75.5 inches.
  • Depth: 20.5 inches.
  • Weight: 250 pounds.

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Holy cow this is awesome!! What a gorgeous post Mid-Century Modern or Hollywood Regency style credenza cabinet made by Ello Furniture Manufacturer in the 1970s. This is Hollywood Glam at its best. Each of the six doors is mirrored in beveled and layered mirror in graduating sizes, the top is also mirrored, and the 1 3/8-inch-thick panel style ends are covered in mirror polished aluminum. Inside each pair of double opening fully adjustable door sections is a spacious white laminate covered storage area with a single drawer above and an adjustable shelf area below. Unfortunately, we do not have any of the shelves. The mirrored doors open by way of the chrome tab style handles. This cabinet is stunning and can be used in so many ways; as a buffet, a credenza or a dresser. And, in so many places; an office, an entry hall, a bedroom or dining room, just to name a few. You could even make it a bathroom vanity with vessel style sinks. This wonderful mirrored Ello cabinet is in good vintage condition; however, one of the six doors does have damage. The mirror silvering is missing on one corner of three of the layered mirrors of one door. There are other small spots on the edges of various doors where the silver is missing. The one door could have the mirror replaced to be repaired if needed but we felt that better left to the new owner. Or, there is something rather attractive to me about the distressing or patina. Either way it is priced accordingly.