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BID DATE:
04/17/2018 08:53 PM
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ANTIQUE HARDWOOD WALL SHELF

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Hardwood
Size. 14 ½” high x 42” wide x 10 “deep
Rating: 8
Comments. Victorian era shelf has fancy cut brackets, turned supports and a routed edge on its top. It has designed rosettes set in its recessed panels and brass tabs on the sides for wall mounting. The original finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has wood wear, has small chips/shallow wood dents, has some small holes in the back of the shelf, has some soiling/stains and appears to had a backsplash at one time. Give it a polish and this one’s ready to be mounted on your wall. Has lots of room for displaying some of your favorite collectibles, china or smalls.

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