Mid Century Pair of Nightstands or End Tables with Hexagon Paneled Design and Brass Hardware

Handsome mid-century pair of nightstand or end tables that are adorned with a hexagon paneled design and brass hardware attributed to Thomasville Omega. They are in wonderful vintage condition. The tops have been restored and the bodies retain their original finish. Small signs of appropriate wear can be seen on close inspection but nothing outstanding. Please see photos. Circa 1960s.

NOTE: If available, we do have the matching credenza with mirror and gentlemen’s chest listed.

Nightstand Size:

  • Height – 24.5 Inches
  • Width – 24.25 Inches
  • Depth – 17 Inches
  • Drawer Size – 5H x 22.25W x 13.25D Inches
  • Door Size – 9.75H x 22.5W Inches
  • Weight – 43.5 Pounds Each

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 55 Inches
  • Width – 30 Inches
  • Depth – 30 Inches
  • Weight – 207 Pounds

$1,295

Out of stock

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Description

Just look at this fabulous pair of nightstands! Or are they end tables? Regardless they’re wonderful and awesome pieces of mid-century furniture. A little modern but can border a bit on Campaign or Hollywood Regency style. We have been unable to determine definitively the designer of this pair, but we do have Thomasville Omega attribution. And, we can determine they have lots of style and presence and are very well made. Comprised of what we feel is a light walnut stained ash. Each nightstand has a pair of doors on the lower portion of the cabinet with one full-width drawer above. The doors which are covered in a faux planked veneer, are adorned with hexagon panels and are operated with brass loop pulls. The drawers have no hardware; but are adorned with recesses at the top of the drawer fronts which act as the drawer pulls. These cabinets are perfect for a guest bedroom or your master and would be equally as perfect as end tables in your living or family room. You should make them yours!

Additional information

STYLE / PERIOD

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MATERIALS

Ash

DATE: Circa

1960s

ATTRIBUTED TO

Thomasville

LINE/COLLECTION

Omega