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Furniture2657 of 4878Salem NC Dresser (Karsten Petersen)Salem, NC Miniature Blanket Chest
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Posted 2 years ago

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cmorgan08108
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Wondering what this is and what value it might have. Was purchased in the mid 60's for $300. It's carved and evidentially Oriental. Any ideas?

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  1. jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hello, it may be a George Zee bar. They made a variety of high quality carved dry bars in Asian styles. Look for a Zee nameplate (sometimes with a serial number) tucked away on yours. Also Google 'George Zee bar' for a number of hits and images. Regardless, I would say value is way over your purchase price. Good luck, Jim
  2. cmorgan08108, 2 years ago
    Jim,
    Thanks for the information. I've been hoping someone might have a clue or at least point me in some direction. I'll do some more research, but if you think of anything else, please let me know.
    Thanks.
    CMorgan
  3. lordsajo, 12 months ago
    I realize I'm a bit late, but this is the only thing I've found when looking for information on a dry bar that shares those etches. This one is less shiny, more rounded edges, with a basic border carved around the images. It has a plate in it that reads, "Ta Chung Furniture & Souvenir Co." "Free China" with a globe between the two words. "No.30 Chung Shan 2 Road KeeLung Taiwan." With what I can only assume is the same things written in Taiwanese or Chinese.

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