This Dresser was pulled from a closed off estate in the early 80s. The building was built in the late 1800s. The dimensions are 48 inches across 47.5 inches tall and depth of 24 inches. Has really detailed carvings on both sides with claw bottoms.
Was in estate in Glasport, PA it was one of the first old buildings in town. It is very heavy.
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These piece often have the maker's mark on the inside of the drawer or on the back of the chest; if you find a mark please let me know and I will see if the value needs to be revised.
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An Empire Style carved and veneered mahogany bureau
Continental or Southern United States, Late 19th Century
The rectangular case with rounded edge over a corresponding case fitted with two short drawers over four long drawers with rounded ends flanked by carved columns, all raised on boldly carved feet on casters.
47 1/2 inches tall, 48 inches wide, 24 inches deep
CONDITION: Not examined in person. Veneer losses evident and other wear from use commensurate with age.
PROVENANCE: From an estate in Glasport, PA
*represents a fair market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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