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|Frame Material: Wood||Product Type: Standard dresser (horizontal)|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Finish: 1: Black|
|Finish: 2: Blue||Finish: 3: Brown|
|Finish: 4: Green||Finish: 5: Orange|
|Finish: 6: White||Style: Modern; Contemporary|
|Drawers Included: Yes||Distressed: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
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belinda from AL
Very expensive, but i do love them. I think they could be used in any part of the home. This is exactly what a lot of women in this day and time are looking for. It will also look good in dark glazed brown and black also.
Joe from new york
are you serious right now? This is like a gag gift. OHHhh Look at me im going to stack 2 boxes but one is slightly off from the other and slap on a 2 grand pricetag. But i do have to say thank you for making this hilarious joke. I got a great laugh on this.
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Teresa from home
who in their right minds would pay this amount for such an item! Are these made of gold Must be!
About the Designer
John Eric Byers United States
Jeb Jones is an American furniture design and production studio located in upstate New York. Their furniture designs are distinguished by simple geometric forms, traditional construction methods, hand-tooled surfaces and hand finishing. Only select, sustainable FSC hardwoods are used in the construction of each piece. The hand-painted, hand-rubbed opaque finishes and clear coats are all VOC-free and environmentally safe. The artist and designer John Eric Byers is the creative energy behind JEB JONES. His individual furniture designs have been honored with numerous awards and grants, such as a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award and two New York Foundation of the Arts Awards. In addition, his one-of-a-kind designs are residing in the permanent collections of several national museums, including the Museum of Arts & Design in New York and the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. In 2002 he was the first of his generation to be commissioned by Steinway & Sons to create a one-of-a-kind Model B Grand Piano for their Art Case Collection. And in 2011, he will be included in the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art's oral history program for his contributions as a leading American artist working with wood.
OUR SKU # JEB1011