Original Depression-Era Salvaged Chicago Brushed Metal Mobile Simmons Dresser Cabinet With Pull-Out Drawers
Original and intact 1930's american industrial mobile compartmentalized heavy gauge steel combination dresser designed and fabricated by the simmons mfg. The mobile dresser contains a brushed metal finish that has been sealed with a clear coat lacquer. The pressed and folded depression era metal dresser was likely designed by albert witike in the late 1920's or early 1930's.
The four turned and tapered pedestal style legs are structurally sound and stable. The original pressed steel drawer pulls or knobs are in great condition. The pressed steel bassick casters are original and in great working condition. Simmons specialized in metal bed frame fabrication primarily for hospitals, hotels and other commercial settings. The refinished highboy simmons machine age cabinet with casters was salvaged from a chicago hotel. This item is made of steel.