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Furniture3827 of 4696Ice BoxDanish style? Teak Dining Chair
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Posted 3 years ago

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This is my favorite piece of antique furniture in my entire home, and was wondering if anyone can tell me anything about it? To be quite honest, I bought it at a yucky lil flea market probably 30 yrs. ago, and never have really investigated as to what kind of piece it is. I'm wondering if it's Victorian, French or what? And what do you call it? Is it a display cabinet or a china cabinet? I just ran across your website & thought I'd see if anyone can tell me anything about this piece, as it's always been a mystery to me...LOL I had an antique restoration fella kinda "tighten it up" for me about 7-8 yrs. ago, and said that he had several people that wanted to purchase it & I could probably sell if for $4,000 - $5,000??? Is this reeeeeeeeeally true?? Is it really worth this much? Just wondering what the value of it is as well as any info ya'll might be able to give me on it.
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  1. PhilDavidAlexanderMorris PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, 3 years ago
    Rather in a classical style, not any markings, mouldings, that you could pinpoint a maker with, but quite a substantial piece. One of the better qualities is the glass which lets all that light in from different sides. I use to have a really large Victorian one but the style was too Edwardian for me and huge and dark, so it had to go.

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