Antique West Michigan Furniture Co. Sheraton Style Bowfront Tallboy Dresser



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Sheraton style chest of drawers by West Michigan Furniture Co., circa 1940s. Made from mahogany with a bowfront featuring 5 dovetailed drawers over a serpentine lower apron and splayed legs. Upper most drawer has an interior sliding compartment for jewelry. Finish 224 English Antique

West Michigan Furniture Company 1889 – 1984

West Michigan Furniture was founded by D. Kruidenier, Frederick Metz, and George P. Hummer, who later became mayor of Holland, Michigan. After his death in 1920, Hummer's son-in-law, Charles Kirchen purchased Hummer's interest in the company. Wayne R. Fitzgerald served as its president and general manager from 1955-1976, when the company was purchased from the Kirchen family by Padnos. Mitchell W. Padnos became executive vice-president, and Doug Padnos the national sales manager.
West Michigan Furniture Co.'s first products were beds and bedroom suites in maple, ash, and oak. By the 1920s it had moved into production of phonograph cabinets, and bedroom and dining suites in 18th Century period revival styles. West Michigan made Colonial Revival case pieces to complement beds by Kindel Bed Co. in the 1920s. In the late 1920s and early 1930s it produced bedroom suites in a ""waterfall"" art Deco style.
During World War II the company made bunk beds and other items for the Army. After the war it made pieces in Modern bedroom groups and storage systems, using solids and exotic veneers, lacquer finishes, and cane and metal accents. From the 1950s to the early 1970s, West Michigan executed numerous contracts for colleges, hostipials and motel chains.


Good Condition with some wear commensurate with age. Alligatoring to some of the drawer fronts. Marking and finish wear to the top


35" x 21" x 48" (Width x Depth x Height)