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03/24/2018 07:57 PM
ANTIQUE OAK COMMODE
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Oak, veneer
Size. 31 ¼” high x 36” wide x 18” deep
Comments. This commode is made of oak and has fancy oak veneer panels. There are three drawers which are either 4” or 6” deep and there is a 14” high storage area behind that door. It has solid brass hardware, a serpentine front profile, double arched front legs and a fancy cut bottom board. The golden oak finish has wear, shade variations, a few small scratches/scrapes and really accentuates the woods grain. This item sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, has some small, shallow wood dents and has some veneered chips in the front as seen in our photo. The newer closure has been added to the door which also has a small section cut out on the right-hand side as seen in our photo. Needs some work but when done will make a nice addition to your home. Would come in handy in the bathroom for extra storage, as an end table, a TV stand or even a night stand for your boudoir.
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