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12/09/2017 07:38 PM
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MID NINETEENTH CENTURY (4) DRAWER WALNUT BUREAU
Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. See below
Size. 35 high x 39 wide x 18 deep.
Rating: 7
Comments. This Victorian era Bureau is made of black walnut and has raised veneer strips as well as carved pulls on the ends 6 deep drawers, panel sides and a routed edge on its top. It has fancy cut bottom sections and this chest is heavy for its size. The woods finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This just sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, has small, shallow wood dents, raised edges on the side of the top as seen in our photo and has soiling/stains. There are splits in the drawer bottoms and some of the drawers needs some work so that they open/properly. This oldie needs some work but when done will make a welcome addition with lots of storage space in your Victorian boudoir.

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