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06/25/2017 05:28 PM
OLD INLAID DOCUMENT BOX
Age. More than 75 years old
Composition. Wood, veneer
Size. 10 high x 12 wide x 9 ½ deep
Comments. This box is made of solid oak and has lots of intricate inlaid designs of various wood veneer strips. It has brass protective corners on the bottom and a cast brass handle on the top. The interior has a colorful wall paper which is in good shape having light soiling and a small tear on the top. The box has inlaid designs which include diamonds, hearts as well as the pin wheels. The golden oak finish has wear, shade variations, small scratches/scrapes and really accentuates the woods grain. This box is in good shape with no breaks having normal use wear, has some minor wood wear, has a few small, shallow wood dents, has a few small splits in the veneer, has some soiling/stains and the hinges could use some tightening. This is a very fancy box that took someone a lot of time to make. Give it a polish and its ready for your home. Nice size for document for your favorite treasures.
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