American! American! American!
Who says the Danes do it better? No hate mail please. I’d just like to give American designers their due. In the Mid Century Modern industry where TEAK is the buzzword, American designers are getting lost in the fray.
“Born in Brooklyn in 1922, Mr. Probber sold his first design, for a sofa when he was 16; it brought $10. By the time he graduated from high school, he was commuting to Manhattan to sell his sketches to furniture manufacturers. He remained largely untrained on a formal basis, though he took evening classes in design at the Pratt Institute, learning furniture production during the day at a job with Trade Upholstery, a New York company.”
6 drawers that glide in and out like “butta,” the condition of this piece is in amazing “out of the crate” condition.
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