1970s G Plan Teak Chest of Drawers On Hairpin Legs.
Width: 81cm x Depth: 46cm x Height: 63.5cm
G Plan Red Label chest of drawers with three drawers. Originally made for Quilters of Ruislip Ltd on 10th December 1976.
Chest of drawers, teak veneered, with recessed moudled handles. One piece of veneer has been split between the fronts of the drawers, so that the grain flows continuously across all three.
The top drawer has a central divide, on one side of which has a cutlery divider.
This was originally part of a modular unit, with the legs attached at a later date.
Hairpin legs were the invention of Henry P. Glass in New York, 1941; their minimal design due to scarcity of materials during WW2.
A much loved British furniture brand, G Plan was founded in 1898 by Ebeneezer Gomme as E. Gomme. Through it’s popular ranges of the 1950s and 1960s, G Plan became a household name; it’s furniture still being much sought after today.