Henkel Harris Black Cherry Jamestown Colony Queen Anne Buffet Sideboard Server



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Vintage 1986 Hinkel Harris Jamestown Colony Wild Black Cherry buffet or sideboard. A recetangular form with 2 large drawers with brass knobs and colonial escutcheons over a serpentine cut apron. Supported by cabriole legs with pad feet and squared back supports. Includes key.

Finish 24, Style 2353, Shop 686-1249.

Henkel Harris was formed in 1946 by Carroll and Mary Henkel. The couple, along with a family friend John Harris, built their first piece of furniture in their basement, according to a company history posted on the Henkel Harris website.

By 1954, the company employed 22 workers. That same year, John Harris sold his interest in the company to Carroll and Mary Henkel, and the business continued as Henkel Harris.

Carroll Henkel died in 1969. Mary Henkel ran the business after his death and remained at the helm until 1982, when their son Bill Henkel was named president and CEO.

Mary Henkel continued as chairman of the board and was chairman emeritus at the time of her death in 2001. She was named to the American Furniture Hall of Fame in 1996, becoming the second woman to receive the honor.


Very good, wear and distressing commensurate with age and use, surface scuffing.


53.25" x 21.25" x 31"h