You can tell what era a John Widdicomb piece originates from by the type of label the piece has. In the 1920s, the company used a framed JWCO monogram. In the early 1930s, however the JWCo monogram was changed to a vertical oval. In the 1940s, every piece was given a paper label that said "MADE BY/JOHN WIDDICOMB CO/DESIGNED BY/ Ralph H. Widdicombe/GRAND RAPIDS." Then in the 1950s, the company name was printed in a circular, sans serif type with all lower case letters. In the 1970s, the trademark was a "jw" monogram in a square of horizontal lines. Lastly, in the 1990s, the trademark was a sharp "jw" monogram. This mid-century dresser by John Widdicomb has six drawers. The three larger drawers sit tucked away behind the cabinet doors. Dresser has its original starburst hardware and a pleated wood design on the drawer fronts. Would make a great credenza or buffet in the dining room.
64 in long x 20 in deep x 31 in tall
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