Button Down Dresser, Ebony
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Button Down Dresser, Ebony

$3,900.00
Est. Arrival: May 15 - May 28
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Finished in an ebony stain, this handsome midcentury-inspired chest of drawers has whimsical button drawer-pulls on a tambour frame and dividers in the top two drawers.

Color: ebony
Dimensions: 36"W x 21"D x 45.5"H
Made Of: hardwood
SKU: 76476420
Estimated Arrival: May 15 - May 28
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Returns: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Beautiful hand craftsmanship, exquisite designs and unparalleled high quality define Bunny Williams Home. An expression of Bunny’s creativity and distinctive aesthetic, our collection consists of reproductions of her own treasures as well as original pieces, designed in-house, that she thinks are essential to one’s home environment. Whether you’re updating a room or redecorating the entire house, our designs are created to work with any interior and in any mixture of styles.
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