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Designed by Stanley in the 1960s, this vintage walnut and rosewood low dresser features beautiful inlays and sculpted drawer pulls.
In 1913, William Stanley, Jr. invented a vacuum-sealed bottle made entirely of steel. It entered mass production in 1915, and by WWII the vessel was a staple aboard military aircraft. Bought by Seattle-based PMI in 2002, Stanley is embraced by the outdoor industry for a legacy of strength and durability. William Stanley is now in the National Inventors Hall of Fame.