Part of a matching set. Knapp dovetailing. No glides/slides on the drawers. No maker's mark. Approximately 3.5 feet wide, 1.5 feet deep, and 7.5-8 feet tall with mirror.
Inherited as a set (bed and dry sink also being appraised by you all). Family from PA. We were told furniture was from late 1800s which matches the time frame of Eastlake which we were told (by an online website) this was.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A late Victorian / Eastlake style maple and figured maple mirrored bureau
American, probably New England, circa 1875-95
The rectangular top surmounted by a tall mirror with arched crest and incidental shelves over a corresponding case fitted with three long drawers all on short feet.
approximately 90-96 inches tall overall, 42 inches wide, 18 inches deep
CONDITION: condition appears to be good with wear commensurate to age and use.
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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