A dining set from 1954 from Drexel’s Today’s Living Collection. This is attributed to Milo Baughman (mostly), but also to Edward Wormley.
The set is in used condition. It is very good, structurally, but the upholstery is worn and the table was used for kids painting at some point. The wood is Elm (I think). The chairs are in better condition than the table. Some paint on them, but I think this would come off…the table leaves fold down making it great for small spaces. The table and chairs have matching brass tipped feet.
I was going to rehab this, but ran out of time, so am hoping this will go to somebody who can appreciate this special set. I couldn’t find one for sale anywhere, but the sideboards refinished go from 1,000 to 3500.
Last photo is an ad from the original furniture line – it started in 1953.
I have 3 yards of knoll hula hoop fabric, that I can sell for $50 if you want to use this for the chairs (see photo)
Approximate measures of table: 38"l, 55"w (28" w folded down), 29" tall.
Cash only, please. Thanks for looking.
In-person pickup only