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Raz Credenza Designed by Stanley Jay Friedman for Brueton, circa 1990s

9,900.00
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Raz Credenza Designed by Stanley Jay Friedman for Brueton, circa 1990s

9,900.00

Designed in the 1990s, this rift-cut oak cabinet is inspired by earlier midcentury modernist influences. A stainless steel tubular frame supports the cabinet which is finished in the original satin finish espresso stain. Stanley Jay Friedman was a key designer for Brueton at the height of its success as a company. Base: 1” x 2” stainless steel tubular frame supporting the cabinet. Cabinet: 16” high case with continuous 1.25” wide front trim and four recessed sliding doors featuring satin finish door pulls.

Dimensions: L.90: D. 22” H. 30.25”


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Designed in the 1990s, this rift-cut oak cabinet is inspired by earlier midcentury modernist influences. A stainless steel tubular frame supports the cabinet which is finished in the original satin finish espresso stain. Stanley Jay Friedman was a key designer for Brueton at the height of its success as a company. Base: 1” x 2” stainless steel tubular frame supporting the cabinet. Cabinet: 16” high case with continuous 1.25” wide front trim and four recessed sliding doors featuring satin finish door pulls.

Dimensions: L.90: D. 22” H. 30.25”