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Agresti Smart Identity Armoire with 6 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Interactive armored armoire in matte finish Canaletto walnut or polished Ebony, with emergency key. White leather interior with 6 Swiss made watch winders and secret compartment. Rut...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Wardrobes and Armoires

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Leather, Wood

  • Agresti Smart Identity Armoire with 6 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Smart Identity Armoire with 6 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Smart Identity Armoire with 6 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Smart Identity Armoire with 6 Watch Winders
EbonyWalnut
H 71.26 in. W 24.81 in. D 19.69 in.
Agresti Il Forziere Delle Ore Armored Chest with 9 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Agresti Il Forziere Delle Ore armored Chests for 9 Winders. Two variations available, please see information below for details. Ebony: Armoire in polished ebony with safe, anchorabl...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Leather, Wood

Agresti Mirror of Enchantment White Wall Safe with Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Safe with spy glass, options of different frames and three Swiss made winders. This safe can be organized to display all types of collections and valuables. The mirror reflects when ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Steel

Agresti Mirror of Enchantment Classic Wall Safe with 3 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Safe with spy glass, options of different frames. This safe can be organized to display all types of collections and valuables. The mirror reflects when off. A mobile phone app can t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Wood

Agresti Armored Jewel Safe Polished Carbon Fiber Front and 3 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Agresti "Carbon Dream" armored jewelry safe covered in polished carbon front. Drawers in white leather, , inside is lined for jewelry and watches with pull out necklace holder. Ruthe...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Steel

Agresti "Forziere Delle Ore" Contemporary Armored Chest Safe with Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Il Forziere Delle Ore is an armoured chest safe in polished wood with nine winders, bullet proof glass which is anchorable to the wall. Biometric opening device and emergency key sys...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Wood

Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 18 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Armored armoire in polished ebony, brass accessories in Ruthenium. Safe with biometric opening device, drawers and trays lined for watches and jewelry. Available with 18 Swiss made w...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Ebony

  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 18 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 18 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 18 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 18 Watch Winders
H 70.08 in. W 39.38 in. D 19.69 in.
Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 54 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Armored armoire in polished Ebony, brass accessories in Ruthenium. Safe with biometric opening device, drawers and trays lined for watches and jewelry. Available with 54 Swiss made w...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Ebony

  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 54 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 54 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 54 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 54 Watch Winders
H 70.08 in. W 39.38 in. D 19.69 in.
Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 36 Watch Winders
By Agresti
Located in New York, NY
Armored armoire in polished ebony, brass accessories in ruthenium. Safe with biometric opening device, drawers and trays lined for watches and jewelry. Available with 36 Swiss made w...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Ebony

  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 36 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 36 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 36 Watch Winders
  • Agresti Solo Lui Black Armoire with 36 Watch Winders
H 70.08 in. W 39.38 in. D 19.69 in.

Watch Winder Storage For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal piece of watch winder storage for your home. Was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, animal skin and leather. An item from our selection of watch winder storage is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Modern styles are sought with frequency. A well-made choice in our collection of watch winder storage has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Agresti and Paolo Agresti are consistently popular.

How Much is a Watch Winder Storage?

A piece of watch winder storage can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $123,600, while the lowest priced sells for $29,500 and the highest can go for as much as $298,000.

A Close Look at Modern Furniture

The late 19th and early 20th centuries saw sweeping social change and major scientific advances — both of which contributed to a new aesthetic: modernism. Rejecting the rigidity of Victorian artistic conventions, modernists sought a new means of expression. References to the natural world and ornate classical embellishments gave way to the sleek simplicity of the Machine Age. Architect Philip Johnson characterized the hallmarks of modernism as “machine-like simplicity, smoothness or surface [and] avoidance of ornament.”

Early practitioners of modernist design include the De Stijl (“The Style”) group, founded in the Netherlands in 1917, and the Bauhaus School, founded two years later in Germany. Followers of both groups produced sleek, spare designs — many of which became icons of daily life in the 20th century. The modernists rejected both natural and historical references and relied primarily on industrial materials such as metal, glass, plywood, and, later, plastics. While Bauhaus principles Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe created furniture from mass-produced, chrome-plated steel, American visionaries like Charles and Ray Eames worked in materials as novel as molded plywood and fiberglass. Today, Breuer’s Wassily chair, Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona chaircrafted with his romantic partner, designer Lilly Reich — and the Eames lounge chair are emblems of progressive design and vintage originals are prized cornerstones of collections.

It’s difficult to overstate the influence that modernism continues to wield over designers and architects — and equally difficult to overstate how revolutionary it was when it first appeared a century ago. But because modernist furniture designs are so simple, they can blend in seamlessly with just about any type of décor. Don’t overlook them.

Finding the Right Case Pieces and Storage Cabinets for You

Of all the antique and vintage case pieces and storage cabinets that have become popular in modern interiors over the years, dressers, credenzas and cabinets have long been home staples, perfect for routine storage or protection of personal items. 

In the mid-19th century, cabinetmakers would mimic styles originating in the Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI eras for their dressers, bookshelves and other structures, and, later, simpler, streamlined wood designs allowed these “case pieces” or “case goods” — any furnishing that is unupholstered and has some semblance of a storage component — to blend into the background of any interior. 

Mid-century modern furniture enthusiasts will cite the tall modular wall units crafted in teak and other sought-after woods of the era by the likes of George Nelson and Finn Juhl. For these highly customizable furnishings, designers of the day delivered an alternative to big, heavy bookcases by considering the use of space — and, in particular, walls — in new and innovative ways. Mid-century modern credenzas, which, long and low, evolved from tables that were built as early as the 14th century in Italy, typically have no legs or very short legs and have grown in popularity as an alluring storage option over time. 

Although the name immediately invokes images of clothing, dressers were initially created in Europe for a much different purpose. This furnishing was initially a flat-surfaced, low-profile side table equipped with a few drawers — a common fixture used to dress and prepare meats in English kitchens throughout the Tudor period. The drawers served as perfect utensil storage. It wasn’t until the design made its way to North America that it became enlarged and equipped with enough space to hold clothing and cosmetics. The very history of storage case pieces is a testament to their versatility and well-earned place in any room. 

In the spirit of positioning your case goods center stage, decluttering can now be design-minded. A contemporary case piece with open shelving and painted wood details can prove functional as a storage unit as easily as it can a room divider. Whether you’re seeking a playful sideboard made of colored glass and metals, an antique Italian hand-carved storage cabinet or a glass-door vitrine to store and show off your collectibles, there are options for you on 1stDibs.