Heywood-Wakefield Heywood-Wakefield was a manufacturer of high-quality birch furniture in the Modern style beginning in 1930 and continuing through to the 1960s. The company originally specialized in rattan and wicker furniture, but the advent of modern design and the styles increasing popularity led Heywood-Wakefield to begin mass-producing beautiful pieces of streamlined blond wood furniture. These pieces have become highly collectible.
Heywood Wakefield M175 China Cabinet mounted on a M190 Server
M190 Server 1950-1955
Commonly sold as part of many dining room sets; this server has whimsical, free form handles, one of many features that gave Heywood-Wakefield its fun, informal look.
A large interior compartment with a shelf offers lots of storage space with top drawer.
One of most Heywood Wakefield`s most heavily produced items, glass sliding doors allows the display of china.
Heywood Wakefield manufactured a number of flexible bookcase and cabinet pieces, many of which were built to a uniform 32.5" height. This allowed the pieces to be used in a variety of sectional arrangements and in numerous capacities, from storage to entertaining to display.