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BID DATE:
02/19/2019 12:39 PM
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QUALITY (4) TIER MIRROR BACK WALL SHELF

Age. Less than 30 years old
Composition. Wood, veneer, glass
Size. 34” high x 13” wide x 6 ˝"
Rating: 9
Comments. Stamped on the back” BUTLER” this is a style number 333 wall shelf which has a mirrored back and turned supports in the front. There are four fixed shelves which have plate grooves and there are fancy cut open designs on the sides. The woods original finish has minor wear and only a few small scratches/scrapes. This shelf is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear and light soiling. Although not that old it has a nice aged finish from the factory. There are two rings hangers on the back and this item is heavy for its size. This style shelf has to be hung on a wall and is not the type that will stand on a flat surface. Give it a light cleaning and it will make a nice place to display your cup and saucer collection or some of your favorite smalls.

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