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    Posted 7 years ago

    mikeigotit
    (491 items)

    This was an old estate sale find I never knew the Mfg. Or age of this dresser. It is in excellent sturdy condition, just had wear and some chipping to edges and corners. Measures 6' long. Any help identify the Mfg. Would be appreciated.

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    1. scramer, 5 years ago
      mikigotit - I believe this is a French Provincial dresser from the Henredon fine furniture company, in North Carolina. The piece should be marked in the upper-right drawer (as you face it), and read Custom Folio Two. Did it have a price on it?

      I own that piece, along with two night stands. My set is in good condition, although there is a quarter-sized chip on the top surface of the dresser. I've been trying to figure out whether it is best to leave it as-is, or try to fill it.

      Hope this helps,
      Sean

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