George E. Harrison III
|I am able to answer most questions pertaining to the authenticity,collectability and values of high-end reproduction furniture. As an example, quality furniture produced by leading manufacturers such as Baker, Kittinger, Kindel, Saybolt-Cleland furniture companies. I must have at least one photo for advice.
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|Regarding American antique, vintage, and collectible furniture I can help with wood identification, styles, age, periods, historical coatings, materials, techniques, repair, restoration, refinishing. Please read instructions for posting.|
Hi Brenda, Your Victorian Oak Dining table was made around 1880. It is in dire need of a professional restoration which can be costly. The value of the table once restored would have a value of
Hi Connor, Your Duncan Phyfe stylized dining table was made in the late 1930's to 1940's. From what I can see the table does not appear to be in bad condition. Since it is not an important high quality
Hi Brenda, Your tables age would be between 1880 to 1900. From what I can see from the bottom photo it appears to be made from Oak. It's value as is would be $50. to $75.00 Best wishes,
Hi Diane, Yes, your Secretary would have been made in the 19140's out of mahogany. The quality is of a production piece of furniture and not a true bench made reproduction of a period secretary.
This is actually a very nice desk chair. Bentwood arms Pressed wood back (that is how the design is done, pressed in) top post medallions seat was originally radio weave cane--the fiber seat was