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05/31/2020 07:30 AM
ANTIQUE HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD WICKER ETAGERE
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 64 inches high, 31 inches wide, 15 inches deep
Comments. Made by Heywood Wakefield this Etagere has a hardwood frame which is covered in flat as well as round wicker. It has arched legs, lots of curled as well as wavy designs and turned finials on the top. There are five various size fixed shelves most of which are full width and all have a woven edge strip. The white paint has wear, chips, scratches/scrapes and is in need of a redo. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some soiling and some of the woven flat wicker on the shelves is raised, especially on the top one. Need some work but when done you’ll have the fanciest shelf unit with local history to display a plethora of your favorite collectibles.
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