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BID DATE:
11/16/2019 10:01 PM
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36” VICTORIAN OCTAGONAL TABLE WITH (4) DRAWERS ( PAINTED)

Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. Hard wood
Size. 29 ½” high x 35” wide/deep
Rating: 8
Comments. Made of black walnut this Victorian era octagonal game table features fancy cut legs, turned center post, routed edges on the top and four 2 ½” deep drawers. It has wood casters on the leg bottoms and this table is heavy for its size. Its current finish has faux wear and the paint complements nicely with the woods somewhat recently refinished surface. This item is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear and minor soiling. All the hard work has been done and this one’s ready to enjoy. Just what you need for that friendly card game or for your family night activities.

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