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Leo Jiranek 1930s Art tall dresser with mirror. Part of a three piece set. Constructed from oak with carved accents, matchbook veneered front and top, burlwood panels and fruitwood inlays. Features a four panel rounded and beveled mirror with smoked glass panels and floral engravings. Includes two upper cabinet doors and five dovetailed drawers with brass hardware and bakelite at the center. The lower most drawer is cedar lined to keep your winter wear safe.
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LEO A. JIRANEK
Leo Jiranek (b.1900 d.1990) was known as the ''Dean of Furniture Designers," one of the Industry's first, and unrepentant freelancers, who enjoyed 67 years in the business.
Throughout his career, Jiranek contributed to more furniture companies than any other known designer, among them Magnavox, Thomasville, Ethan Allen, Kroehler, Heywood Wakefield, The Lane Co., Bassett, Broyhill and Garrison. Born in Grand Rapids, a graduate engineer from Princeton, he was a past president and honorary lifetime member of the Grand Rapids Furniture Designers Association. He founded, wrote the constitution, and served as first president of the American Designers Institute (now Industrial Designers Society of America).
In the 1960's, he founded and was president of the Jiranek School of Furniture Design and Technology in NYC which boasts many distinguished alumni. Known for his command, not only of technology and design but also marketing and merchandising acumen, he brought great subtleties to mass manufacture. Jiranek was awarded the degree of Doctor of Arts by Kendall College of Art & Design in 1984.
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38.25” x 23.75” x 74.25”
(Length x Width x Height)