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BID DATE:
06/21/2017 09:03 PM
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OLD WOODEN SIDE TABLE WITH DOUBLE SKIRT
Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. Hardwood
Size. 27 ½” high x 31 ½” wide x 15” deep
Rating: 7
Comments. Older table has a hard wood frame which has turned legs as well as spindles. The top has a routed edge this table is somewhat heavy for its size. The base appears to be Victorian era and it does not look like the top is original to the piece. The woods finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and is somewhat streaky on the top. This item is in sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, wood wear, small, shallow wood dents grooves and noticeable dried glue where the top meets the base. Need some work but when done will make a nice side table for next to your couch or a plant stand in front of a window.

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