Roger Sprunger Dunbar Executive Credenza - Dining Room - Office

Executive Credenza with Chrome finish by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar
Executive Credenza with Chrome finish by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar
Executive Credenza with Chrome finish by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar
Executive Credenza with Chrome finish by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar
Executive Credenza with Chrome finish by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar

Walnut & Chrome Credenza by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar (CS64)

This is a strikingly sleek credenza by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar. Eight beautiful mahogany drawers are suspended between two mirror-finished, chrome-covered slabs. The foundation under all of these beautiful finishes is solid wood, not particle board.

There are three drawers on the far left and another three on the right. Behind the two larger center panels are two file drawers (which could potentially be converted into cabinets). All drawers were numbered from the factory so you can keep the grain pattern perfectly arranged. The drawers are dove-tailed and the Dunbar "D" logo can be found inside one of them. The back side of the credenza is finished, though it does not look as refined as the amazing front.

As you can see in the photos, the wood elements of this credenza are in great condition, as are the chrome drawer pulls. The surface of the chrome-covered side slabs have some scuffs and scratches. They are not distracting if the credenza is mostly viewed from the front, but if you plan on having the sides fully exposed, then you will probably want to replace the chrome sheeting. I have tried my best to show the scuffs on the chrome, but the mirror-finish makes it hard to capture them in photos. Please review all photos to get an idea of the condition of this piece.

This is a strikingly sleek credenza by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar. Eight beautiful mahogany drawers are suspended between two mirror-finished, chrome-covered slabs. The foundation under all of these beautiful finishes is solid wood, not particle board.

There are three drawers on the far left and another three on the right. Behind the two larger center panels are two file drawers (which could potentially be converted into cabinets). All drawers were numbered from the factory so you can keep the grain pattern perfectly arranged. The drawers are dove-tailed and the Dunbar "D" logo can be found inside one of them. The back side of the credenza is finished, though it does not look as refined as the amazing front.

As you can see in the photos, the wood elements of this credenza are in great condition, as are the chrome drawer pulls. The surface of the chrome-covered side slabs have some scuffs and scratches. They are not distracting if the credenza is mostly viewed from the front, but if you plan on having the sides fully exposed, then you will probably want to replace the chrome sheeting. I have tried my best to show the scuffs on the chrome, but the mirror-finish makes it hard to capture them in photos. Please review all photos to get an idea of the condition of this piece.

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