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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. PLEASE READ: No questions will be answered without a photo. View our website at for a sampling of our expertise.

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For the past 40 years I have been dealing in the appraisal, buying and selling of fine, pre-owned antique and reproduction furniture. Over the years we have served leading museums, governmental institutions, Fortune 500 companies as well as private collectors. View our website at for a sampling of our expertise. Also, be sure to read our testimonial page.




Maine Antiques Digest


Philadelphia College of Art Study for cabinetmaking.

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Recent Answers from George E. Harrison III

2016-10-02 Showers Brothers Oak China Cabinet:

Hi Dave,    The main reason you were not able too find any information for Showers Bros.  is  due to the fact that no one has done any cataloging for their production.    The style of your cabinet tells

2016-09-27 Table - 3 Pedestals:

Hi Priscilla,    Your Duncan Phyfe style extension dining table appears to have been made in the  1950's due to the light blonde Finnish that was popular at that time.  The #144 could be referring to a

2016-09-27 Chippendale Style Dresser:

Hi Nicole,    In viewing the dovetails it appears that your piece was made in the early to mid 20th century. Perhaps 1930's. It does not have what I would consider a desirable form but I do frown on  painting

2016-09-22 Antique Pedestal 42" Table with Wood Wheels:

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

2016-09-17 Duncan Phyfe Dining Drop Lead Table:

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


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