Kittinger Mahogany Console B47 :: NVIN0115
Item Sold and no Longer Available
The Kittinger Mahogany Console, Model B47 in the Kittinger catalog. This stylish piece has fantastic details throughout; including the original condition pull out drawer with solid oak drawer interiors, the solid mahogany legs, original brass hardware pulls and the banded and inlaid drawer front. This console represents the finest in American craftsmanship.
Kittinger furniture company of Buffalo NY has been around since 1866 and they are well known for having furnished spaces such as the White House in Washington, DC. Kittinger is still in business today and their master cabinet makers do an outstanding job of combining finely veneered panels with attractive mahogany solid woods in all of their pieces. The shape of the Kittinger Mahogany Console makes it easy to walk around when placed against the wall, the open area between the legs lends itself to placing large items on the floor beneath the console.
Everything on this console is in original, as found, condition with the exception of some minor restoration to the top. Look closely at the detail pictures and you will see some knicks along the base of the console legs which can only be expected in a piece with this age. Console includes original paper and brass furniture labels. This Console is fresh to the market, having been purchased directly from Kittinger and remaining in one family until being offered here.
The listed price of this item includes free curbside shipping for most addresses in the continental USA. Should you require more information regarding our free shipping program or if you prefer to have your items delivered via white glove service for an additional charge please call 717 769 7906. If you can pick the piece up yourself at our warehouse in PA (with prior appointment) we can also offer a discount.
Measures 39″ wide x 19″ deep x 32″ high
As with all antique and used pieces of furniture there will be some small signs of wear and tear but overall this item is in excellent original condition.
The final photos in the picture gallery shows an image from a Kittinger catalog from 1941 entitled “Kittinger Furniture A Study in Photographs”.
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