these pieces look like they go together. one piece looks like what I would call a serving table. Solid granite top, 3 drawers that are noted in picture but there is a 4th drawer "hidden" drawer at the very bottom. The dimensions are 46" wide, 36" height and 22" deep. The is intricately carved wooden and solid about 1" thick. The small table has a granite top that sits on the base without attaching. The dimensions are 29" wide, 22 1/2" height and 22 1/2" wide. The base has more carving design than the serving table. The granite top for the table doesn't attach either
My father passed away and left these to me. He lived in Florida and I remember them being in his house. I figure they are at least 50 years old but they really don't appear to be an American design
Good morning, Virginia,
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, these are:
A Victorian carved maple and mahogany four-drawer marble-top dresser
American or English, third quarter 19th Century (1850-1875)
36 inches high, 46 inches wide, 22 inches deep
An Eastlake carved walnut(?) circular marble-top side table
American or English, 1870-1880
29 inches high, 22 1/2 inches diameter of top
Top is not affixed to base
For purposes of this inquiry, the combined value is $500-800 but items recommended to be sold separately.
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