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1940’S WALNUT CHINA CABINET
Age. Circa 1940s
Composition. See below
Size. 66” high x 38” wide x 15 ½” deep
Comments. Made of walnut and walnut veneer this china cabinet has turned legs, fancy veneer panels and an open design grill on the front door. It has a 35” high storage area with a pair of removable shelves on the top and a 6” deep drawer. Its original finish has wear, shade variations and has scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, chips as well has a small raise spot in the veneer and has some soiling. The door will not stay closed tightly unless it is locked, we do not have the key, and has a slight outward bow on a top corner as seen in our photo. Needs some work but when done will give you a nice place to display your fine China with a drawer below for storage.
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