Bernhardt dining room set 1932

Sep 08, 2020. 15:11 UTC
Bernhardt Dining Room Set 1932
Krissy
United States of America

Acquired from
Inherited

For sale
Yes
Description

Dining room table: Length- 62'', 96'' with leaf. Width-37.5'' China Cabinet: Height- 60'', Width- 34'' Buffet: Length-65'', Width- 20'', height- 35'' The set is relatively good condition. It is from 1932 and has some minor scratches.

Provenance

My grandmother bought this set back in 1932 at Bernhardt Furniture Company in Massachusetts. It has never been exhibited. She used it as a formal dining table.

Answered within 1 day
Sep 09, 17:50 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$1,800 - $2,800 USD

Insurance Value

$4,600 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Krissy,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
How many chairs are in the set? I can see five in the photo...
Also, are they all side chairs or are there any armchairs and, if so, how many?

Thanks to confirm when you can,

Delia

Krissy michaud Sep 09, 18:03 UTC

Hi,
There are a total of 6 chairs, one was in the kitchen. Therr are 2 chairs that have arm rests.

Delia Sep 09, 18:15 UTC

Great, thanks.
You may not wish to sell this. However, if you do, I generally recommend selling sets all together but have priced things individually if you decide it piece it out.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A Renaissance Revival style carved walnut dining set
Made by Bernhardt, early 1930s, comprising:
An extending dining table (height approx 30 inches, width 37 1/2 inches, length 62 inches, 96 inches with leaf) $600-900*
China Cabinet (height 60 inches, width 34 inches) $500-800*
Buffet (height 35 inches, length 65 inches, depth 20 inches) $400-600*
A set of six chairs (four side chairs and two arm chairs) $300-500*
PROVENANCE: inherited from grandmother
CONDITION: appears to be in good condition, with wear commensurate to age and use.
$1,800-2,800*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

Please let us know if you have additional items to appraise, and thank you for using Mearto.

Krissy michaud Sep 09, 19:49 UTC

Is there a way to get an appraisal certificate? Also, we are looking to sell it if you know how we would go about doing so. Thank you!

Delia Sep 09, 19:54 UTC

You should be able to print the appraisal; I think that's the closest we can provide to an appraisal certificate.
While we don't conduct auctions directly, we work with lots of auctioneers from relevant and highly qualified auction houses throughout the US and around the world. Your item is in our database of leads and interested auctioneers will reach out to you directly on your email if they can help you sell your item.
If you said "yes" or "maybe" when we asked if your item was for sale auctioneers are now able to contact you. If you said "no" go to your item page and change that to "yes".
Alternatively, now that you have some information about what you have, you are always free to proactively reach out to auction houses in your area to see if they are interested in selling on your behalf.
Let me know if you have any other questions.

Krissy michaud Sep 09, 20:18 UTC

Thank you!

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