I believe to be a victorian secretary dresser with 12 drawers and 2 other places for stuff. 39" wide x 23" deep x 69" tall to the top of the mirror. A lot of ornate carving with beveled mirror. The manufacture sticker is on the back but to faded to read. I'm not sure the type of wood its made of.
This dresser came out of a two story victorian house in up state New York. I purchased this item in an abandoned storage unit in Florida and have no further details.
Good morning, Nathan
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Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An Eastlake walnut or mahogany secretaire a abattant
American or English, Late 19th/early 20th Century
The rectangular top with gallery and mirror and molded edge over a fall-front writing surface opening to a divided interior with drawers and recessed areas, over long drawers, raised on short bun feet.
69 inches tall by 39 inches wide by 23 inches deep
CONDITION: not examined in person but appears to be in good condition with wear commensurate to age and use.
PROVENANCE: By repute, from a two story Victorian house in upstate New York. Client acquired at auction
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