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    Posted 11 years ago

    Smucci
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    Trying to determine age and origin of these mint condition pieces. The dresser has a custom glass top and has original hardware. Just a few scratches.
    The vanity has been restored and had handles replaced as they were missing when purchased.
    I found them at a furniture resale store and have tried to find a date but to no avail.
    Any information you can provide on them would be appreciated.

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    1. sanmorel sanmorel, 4 years ago
      they look early 1900s
    2. sanmorel sanmorel, 4 years ago
      they look early 1900s next time though when you want to age an item show the dovetails. just a little advice
    3. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
      Some additional photos of the construction (drawers) and the back would be helpful.


      From what I see, I'd think mid 20th century. Photos may be helpful in narrowing down the date.

      scott
    4. Celiene Celiene, 4 years ago
      Totally early 1960s.

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