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09/23/2021 08:14 PM
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19TH CENTURY COUNTRY CHEST WITH MIRROR

Rating: 8
Comments. Known as cottage pine furniture this is a Victorian era piece that is circa 1800s. It features the original paint which has dark brown stripes over a grain painted yellow base. It has routed edges, walnut knobs, fancy cut bottom board's, is heavy for its size and square had nails were used in its construction. Measuring 73" high, 39" wide, 17 ½ " deep it has four drawers with brass keyhole inserts. The mirror frame is quite fancy with ornate supports, candle shelves, wood appliqués and a pair of 2 1/2" deep hinged top compartments. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, soiling/stains as well as scratches/scrapes in the original paint as seen in our photo.
One of the drawer bottoms has been replaced and the original mirror has silver lost spots as seen in our photo. A fancy piece for your boudoir and is a complementary item to numbers 3 and 4 of this auction.

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