I did some research and found the name of the company who did it and that they made furniture between 1890-something to 1930-something. Definitely needs to be refinished, but all parts are working fine (hinges, drawers, etc). Also has a little insert in one of the drawers. 23" Deep, 60" Wide, 38 1/4" Height. The name of the company is called: "Shidler Bros. Mfg. Co. manufacturers of Dining Suites" from South Bend, Indiana
Got it from my sister who lives in Pasadena, CA. There was definitely an owner before her because when I was cleaning it out, I found old letters jammed in the back dated in the '70's and newspaper clippings from Pasadena also. No idea of it's history otherwise.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An antique Colonial Revival style inlaid mahogany sideboard
made by Shidler Bros. Mfg. Co., South Bend, Indiana
The rectangular top with molded edge and inlaid backsplash over a case fitted with a single long drawer over two short drawers flanked by cabinet doors, all over a shaped skirt, raised on tall cabriole legs ending in pad feet.
38 1/4 inches high, 60 inches wide, 23 inches deep
CONDITION: condition appears to be commensurate with age and use.
PROVENANCE: gift from sister
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