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Old unknown dresser, hand carved scrolls can anyone help me find out more about it?

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    Posted 4 years ago

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    The dresser has the older hand carved connection for the drawers. The top seems to have a thin layer of mahogany. I have had this dresser for years and one person told me it was built in the 1700's. I believe it is 6ft tall. Thats about all I know.
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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      Your scrolls look more Regency period, as that style was not really used during the 1700's. Possibly later 19th Century with a very nice flame mahogany veneer to the front.
    2. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
      Nice mahogany veneers!

      Not 1700s, but mid to late 1800s. Photos of the drawer construction should confirm it is 19th century. A photo of the entire dresser would also be nice to see.

      Great to see antique furniture that is actually used.


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