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Dressers108 of 550Dresser with swivel mirror Small chest drawers 1913
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Posted 1 year ago

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Picked up this dresser at a Habitat for Humanity Restore in the Burlington Ontario area. Scooped it up on the day it came in. There is nothing printed on it anywhere to help identify where it came from or the age. Would be happy to gets some input on it.

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  1. Gillian, 1 year ago
    Hi, Are those pull out drawers? I can't remember if Anita's has key holes, but I don't think so. Have to go back and have a look.

    I used to live in Burlington a few years ago. I really miss it - especially being so close to the lake. Just on the north side of New Street off Guelph Line.
  2. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 1 year ago
    They used a lot of birds eye maple in furniture from England esp in the 30's to 40's. Likely early 40's. They also used drawers like these in their small and large ardrobes.
  3. anitalouise72, 1 year ago
    HOW GREAT IS THAT....It is neat to see someone else that has the same thing.
    Wow.. pretty neat. Thank you for posting this. I think PhilDMorris might have helped us out along with Gillian! Thanks Guys!
  4. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 1 year ago
    The hardware on this is called Regency period and I know they made replicas ( very good ones ) pretty much exactly like these at home depot for example back in the early 2000's but I have not been there for some time so do not know if still available.

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