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Nicely redone vintage dresser. “Double-bow-front” design, with 8 dovetailed-joint drawers in a 2 x 4 layout. Solid-wood construction throughout, very good condition. Has been sanded, primed and painted in a soft-white (White Dove). Original drawer pulls have been painted in a bright-silver. Classic look, built to last. LOTS of drawer space for all your jeans, sweaters, etc. Would make a wonderful holiday gift. Approximate dimensions 63″ wide x 21″ deep x 36″ tall.
Very nice, Art Deco/Depression Era sideboard/server/buffet. VERY good condition throughout. Solid wood construction, dovetailed-joint drawers and original pulls. Beautiful contrasting woodgrains. Turned legs and other great detail. Has a door at each end, with 2 drawers in the middle. Upper drawer has felt-lined silverware divider. Would work in the dining room or kitchen, but could also be a unique and functional TV/Entertainment center/stand. Approximate dimensions 60″ wide/long x 20″ deep x 36″ tall.
Very nice antique (circa 1890) oak bonnet/cheval/hat dresser. Good condition throughout. Hat box in upper right column with 2 drawers underneath. Three more dovetailed joint drawers in lower section. Original Chippendale pulls. Has been sanded, primed and painted in a soft-white. Approximate dimensions 51 1/2″ wide x 22 1/2″ deep x 80″ tall.
Very nice and unique French Provincial Desk by Drexel. Kind of a blue/aquamarine color with leather inlaid top in 3 sections. Nice curved Queen Anne style legs, with metal accents on the corners. 3 dovetailed-joint drawers that slide smoothly. One-of-a-kind look. Perfect for the den, study, library, etc. Could also possibly be used as a vanity
Approximate dimensions 53 1/2″ wide x 27″ deep x 30″ tall.
An on-line appraiser said this about these chairs:
They were manufactured around 1875-1880. The tableture in the top crest would be a walnut veneer, burl. The rest of the woods I cannot see in the photo but these are often a mix of cherry, maple and birch. All light colored woods. Many are also all walnut but again, I cannot see the grain pattern.
At auction these would probably have sold around $50 – $75 each but in a retail setting would price at $250 each if in good condition. The seats alone would cost about $175 to have woven.
We are selling these great condition chairs for $900 ($150 each) – well below their appraised value.
The woven seats are all in good – excellent condition. 18″ seat height. Will be hard to find a better set for this age.