The Braziliance commode is a two-door cabinet designed by Dorothy Draper in 1939 for The Quitandinha, a resort near Sao Paulo, Brazil. The classic oversized acanthus leaves, carved serpentine molding across the doors, and a shell carving on the center of the doors clearly exhibits Kindel’s ability to execute complex designs. It is crafted of Cherry with one adjustable shelf behind the doors. Available in wood or painted finishes.
As Shown: Finished in Bark, Satin (61) and Gilt Leaf (07)
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Dorothy Draper Collection.