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Vintage

Diminutive Inlaid Chest

Andrew Maier

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Diminutive Inlaid Chest
Diminutive Inlaid Chest
Diminutive Inlaid Chest
Diminutive Inlaid Chest

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Product Information

Made of:

mahogany/brass

Dimensions:

15.25''L x 9.5''W x 16.25''H

Color/finish:

brown

Designer:

Andrew Maier

Why We Love This

Vintage miniature chest of drawers, possibly a salesman's sample. Mahogany with compass and starburst inlay work on top and on drawer face. Intricately detailed brass Chippendale pulls. Exquisite craftsmanship.

Why We Love This

Vintage miniature chest of drawers, possibly a salesman's sample. Mahogany with compass and starburst inlay work on top and on drawer face. Intricately detailed brass Chippendale pulls. Exquisite craftsmanship.

About Andrew Maier

Andrew Maier rode for some of the most notable steeplechase trainers in America before his passion for design drew him back to New York, where he prop-styled hundreds of TV ads, music videos, and decor-driven shoots. The evolution into interior design was natural and inevitable. His eponymous design firm creates extraordinary rooms for real-life families, mixing old and new, expensive and not. He often travels to his old horse-country haunts, finding antiques for his eclectic shop.