The inside of the drawer is stamped in black--Consider H Willett, Inc and has the picture of the lady in the big dress standing in front of the dresser. Not the red or the metal plaque that you would expect to see.
The back has a brass strip nailed in, with the number 15157 stamped on it--this is the first Willett piece that he has seen with a number It's a well worn piece, with damage to the tongue and groove on the drawer.
This is a Willett desk Rebecca Beatty spotted on her recent visit to the Louisville Antiques Mall. It lacks the rope trim, but Rebecca tells me there was another that had the rope trim.
This is a little Willett coffee table mentioned above that was for sale on ebay. The legs are ordinary turnings, not spiral
This is a Willett Coffee table owned by Rebecca Beatty. It is quite different in design, with a double shelf (photo courtesy Rebecca Beatty)
This is a Willett End table owned by Rebecca Beatty. (photo courtesy Rebecca Beatty)
This is an end table Rebecca Beatty purchased on a January, 2002 e-bay auction. It is clearly marked as part of the "Transitional" collection as is illustrated in the Better Homes and Garden ad, above.
This is a plate rack, unmarked, though thought to be Willett according to the e-bay seller.