No membership dues or secret handshakes here, just one cool club. With 18th century Federal style updated for this century, the City Club 8 Drawer Dresser is modeled after the stack-box design of classic imports. It's crafted in the USA of maple and select hardwood solids with cherry and mahogany veneers and finished in a rich Blair. Look closely, and you'll see rock, cow tail, and spatter techniques in the wood, as well as burnished and rasped edges. You don't see that too often in today's pieces. This is one special dresser.
Plus, you'll get plenty of space for your stuff with the eight variously sized drawers. The top center drawer has a faux double-front and opens to reveal the perfect storage spot for jewelry, watches, or cuff links. Round, mottled brass-finished pulls and bun feet add the perfect amount of pretty. You can pair this dresser with other pieces in the City Club collection (sold separately) for the complete look.
Need a place to reflect? You can add the optional mirror to your order. It has a royal crown top with layers and layers of decorative molding that draws the eye outward. Measures 50.13W x 3D x 41.38H inches.
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The City Club Collection
Inspired by antique design but not stiffened by tradition, the City Club collection by Stanley Furniture is for those looking for traditional style with an urban touch. Inspired by the best from Chippendale, Sheraton, and 18th Century Federal designs, City Club puts hardwoods first, showcasing warm, soft finishes and centuries-old craftsmanship. Classic veneers resonate under hand-waxed polish, with a variety of gentle distressing techniques like burnishing and rub-through offering lasting longevity.
Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship
Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials, construction procedures, and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods, incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum, glass, plastic, leather, and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail.
Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next, the stain is sealed with a wash coat, then hand sanded again with filler applied to pack the wood pores and smooth out the surface. A sealer coat is then applied, the piece is hand sanded again, and hand padded to mellow the tone. From there, a luster glaze is rubbed on by hand, followed by antiquing or distressing also done by hand. Finally, after drying, each piece is hand waxed and rubbed prior to final inspection.
About Stanley Furniture
Since 1924, the goal of the Stanley Furniture Company has been to manufacture high quality furniture at a price the average American family could afford. To accomplish this goal, founder Thomas Bahnson Stanley surrounded himself with the finest furniture craftsmen and instilled in them a sense of pride in building superb quality into every piece of Stanley Furniture. Today, that pride is shared by more than 1,750 dedicated associates who have made Stanley Furniture one of the largest, most respected furniture manufacturers in the nation.
Do not place your furniture in direct sunlight and/or a damp area. Arrange your furniture so it is not placed in front of or over heating or air conditioning vents. Avoid placing furniture directly under windows. Be careful not to place plastic materials (place mats, lamp bases, notebooks, etc.) on your furniture. Certain plastics have ingredients that may react with and damage the finish. Occasionally rotate accessories so they do not remain in the same spot for extended periods. Avoid creating marks on your furniture by placing a piece of felt, cloth, or leather under accessories. Lift objects from the top surface rather than dragging them across the finish when moving them. Use a protective pad when using your furniture as a writing surface (especially when using a ballpoint pen). Wipe up spills promptly. Water left over a prolonged period of time will cause white spots in the finish, and alcohol, perfume, after-shave, and medicines can cause severe damage to the finish. Dust frequently with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth. To remove accumulated dust or old furniture wax buildup, use a soft, lint-free cloth which has been dampened in a solution of mild detergent and warm water. Dry thoroughly using a clean, lint-free cloth, and then apply furniture polish, wiping it in the direction of the wood grain. It's recommended that the furniture be polished every six months.