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#5
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BID: CLOSED
CURRENT BID:
$28
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$30
BID DATE:
10/13/2018 11:56 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
inthe603
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DESCRIPTION

ANTIQUE TWO DRAWER COUNTRY WORK TABLE

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Hardwood
Size. 29 high x 17 wide x 19 deep
Rating: 7
Comments. Made of hardwood this country worktable has an 8 deep leaf on each side which makes this table 32 wide when both a raised. It has a pair of 1 deep drawers which have extremely large dovetails and nicely turned legs. The original finish as wear, shade variations, missing spots and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, soiling/stains especially on the top and small, shallow wood dents. The left-hand leaf has a slightly upward cup and does not fit flush to the tables edge when lifted. Needs work but when done it would make a nice end table or bedside stand for your colonial decor.


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