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Hampden Mens Glass Top Wooden Dresser Top Valet - 11.75L x 9.63W in.
$99.00
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Arrives by Feb 9 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 11.75L x 9.63W x 4.5H in.
  • Crafted from mahogany-finished wood
  • 3 levels
  • Lined with black suede
  • Upper tier features glass-top lift lid
Specifications
Dimensions
11.75L x 9.63W x 4.5H in.
Weight
4.25 lbs.
Material
Wood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 11.75L x 9.63W x 4.5H in.
  • Crafted from mahogany-finished wood
  • 3 levels
  • Lined with black suede
  • Upper tier features glass-top lift lid
What's Included
Jewelry box
Description

The Hampden Mens Glass Top Wooden Dresser Top Valet - 11.75L x 9.63W in. is just the piece for convenient storage and easy access. Crafted from wood finished in lush mahogany and featuring brushed silver drawer pulls and hardware, this understated valet includes three levels for accessories and more. The glass-top lid opens to an upper tier with divided sections, the second tier provides additional storage space, and the bottom drawer offers open storage. Each level is hand-lined in black sueded fabric.

About Mele & Co.

Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases.

Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases.

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