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BID DATE:
07/14/2018 11:43 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
daddysgirl
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DESCRIPTION

SMALL COMMODE CHEST WITH “OWL” HARDWARE

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Hardwood
Size. 26” high x 27 ¾” wide x 15” deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This Victorian era commode has paneled sides, grooved faces and a routed edge top. It has three drawers that are either 3 ½" or 5 ½” deep and there is a 14” high storage area behind that panel door. The drawer pulls have a fancy brass backplate that have a raise owls head design in the center and a decorative iron bar. The somewhat recent finish has minor wear, shade variations and only a few small scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has minor wood wear, few small, shallow wood dents, some thin wood joint separation lines on the top as well as some soiling/stains. All the hard work has been done in this one’s ready to enjoy. It is a nice size for the boudoir or in a large bathroom and offers lots of storage space for all your necessities.

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