Vintage Ranch Oak Pair of Small Credenzas or Buffet Cabinets by A. Brandt Company

Vintage Ranch Oak Pair of Small Credenzas or Buffet Cabinets by A. Brandt Company

Fabulous pair of small credenzas or buffet cabinets by A. Brandt Company comprised of solid ranch oak with a natural oak finish. Wonderful vintage condition. One top has a joint crack that had occurred from age, but it has been repaired, it just added beauty to the patina. Please see photos. Circa Mid-20th Century.

NOTE: We have several other Ranch Oak by A. Brandt pieces listed for sale and will be listing more in the next few weeks.


  • Height – 28.75 Inches
  • Width – 41 Inches
  • Depth – 18 Inches
  • Weight – 105.52 Pounds Each


Crated Size:

  • Height – 35 Inches
  • Width – 47 Inches
  • Depth – 44 Inches
  • Crated Weight – 330 Pounds

Yes! You are seeing double!! Aren’t these vintage ranch oak cabinets beautiful?? They are comprised of rustic solid ranch oak with a natural oak finish that is signature to A. Brandt Company furniture. The Natural Oak finish was made by sealing the wood, double coating it with lacquer, and applying liquid wax and Spanish whiting. Both cabinets have double doors that open to storage with a single shelf in each unit and a pair of drawers. One of the shelves in one unit is outfitted with pull-out wire hooks for hanging cups or barware. Plus, the doors and drawers feature the A. Brandt signature wood pulls. There are so many options these cabinets have to offer. They would be useful in your rustic office or den for books and office supplies or out in your ranch living room with a pair of lamps on top and linens underneath, in your dining room for tableware, or rec room as a dry bar! And strikingly useful as a pair of nightstands!! Versatile, simple, and oh-so-full-of-style!

A Brandt Company was established in 1900 by German immigrant August Brandt. But it was Paul Brandt, August’s son, who engineered and debuted the Ranch Oak furniture in Fort Worth, Texas in 1938. Paul served as company president for approximately 50 years. The production of the Ranch Oak line continued until the mid-1980s. It was used in ranch homes, mountain homes, dude ranches, and basement rec rooms across the nation. The US government contracted Ranch Oak furnishings for many of their military bases. And it was used by National Park lodges plus roadside motels for its attractive, durable, rustic type of décor.

We absolutely love these ranch oak cabinets and know you must too…make them yours!!

Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new; they will have signs of use and wear. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.


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