This is a credenza by Drexel from the "Esperanto" collection.
Taken from the Drexel Heritage website, "Drexel Heritage was a beloved American brand with appeal to customers who desired a varied selection of exquisite furnishings, both in the United States and abroad. This continued into the 1960s with an Italian-design inspired collection that was a complete grouping of furniture, carpets and accessories, and another called Esperanto which was, in fact, considered the international language of furniture. Enthusiastically accepted by our customers, Esperanto was advertised as "an inspired blend of Mediterranean flavors, exciting in its rhythm, satisfying in its proportion."
You know I love to research these pieces so I was amused when I found THIS ad from 1970 where this credenza was advertised for $449...in the 70's. Nice stuff.
I'm considering giving these squares the Draper treatment with some gold ringing around those squares.