4 piece dining set w/ six matching chairs

Jun 15, 2020. 15:06 UTC
4 piece dining set w/ six matching chairs
United States of America

Antique tables

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Table is 58 in. long, 42 in. wide, 30 inches tall. There is a 12 in. leaf built in under the table that opens with an internal mechanism. Six matching chairs recently re apholstered. We are not sure of the wood. Two buffets and China cabinet


We do not know the history. We bought it from an antique dealer in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Answered within 2 days
Jun 17, 21:31 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$2,000 - $3,000 USD

Insurance Value

$5,000 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Wendy,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
These pieces are often marked discretely (on the back or on the inside of drawers or cabinet doors) so if you find any marks please let me know as that might change the value.
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

An Art Nouveau style maple or cherry dining set
Made by Earlwood Furniture, Ltd, England, first half 20th Century
comprising an extending dining table, set of six chairs (two arm and four side), a sideboard, a buffet and a china cabinet.
table: 30 inches high 58 inches long, 42 inches wide; with an enclosed 12-inch leaf
sideboard: 37 inches tall by 66 inches wide by 20 inches deep
buffet: 34 inches tall by 36 inches wide by 18 inches deep
china cabinet: 68 1/2 inches tall by 40 inches wide
PROVENANCE: acquired from an antique dealer in Eastern Pennsylvania
*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.

Wendy grice Jun 17, 22:23 UTC

I found something on the bottom of an armchair. It said Earlwood 10. I am assuming the 10 means 10 piece.
China cabinet (3 shelves & a drawer) 40" W. X 68 1/2" Tall; Sideboard 66" W., 37" T., 20" Deep; Buffet 36" W., 34" T., 18" deep

Delia Jun 20, 20:48 UTC

I've updated this to include the dimensions.
Earlwood could be the name of the maker, though its one I'm not familiar with. 10 could refer to a pattern number. Can you take a photograph of that and add it so I can confirm that?

Wendy grice Jun 23, 17:44 UTC

We are just getting back in town tonight. Will get the picture up asap

Wendy grice Jun 25, 15:22 UTC

I uploaded a picture from the bottom of the chair. I also uploaded a picture of the leaf mechanism under the table.

Delia Jun 25, 16:50 UTC

That's good news; I've updated the appraisal and raised the value a bit...it's a firm I've never heard of but am glad to know of.
Let me know if you have additional questions!

Wendy grice Jun 25, 17:36 UTC

Wonderful! Thanks so much

Delia Jun 26, 09:57 UTC

You're very welcome. Please let us know if we can be of any other assistance.

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