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Hi Sue, I am not sure what your question is regarding this dining room table. The table appears to be made by a factory versed in volume production. It is not what I would consider to be a desirable
Hi Kristine, Your Grand Rapids Dresser is most likely made from Mahogany made in the 1920's. I do not consider it a very desirable piece to spend the effort in refinishing' it unless it has sentimental
Hi Bridget, While I can not tell you who the manufacturer is, what I can tell you is that your buffet is in the Jacobean style which was quite popular in the early 1920's when Tudor style houses were
Hi Katherine, While I can not say who made your corner table I feel it was made around the turn of the last century. I appears to be made from Mahogany. Value would be in the range of $250. to $275
Hi Sherri, While looking at your chair it appears to me that they are not antique, not (100 Years old). My feeling is that they were made perhaps in the 1940's to 50's judging by the frame construction