valuing Baker furniture

bherbstMarch 15, 2011


I have two Baker pieces, an 18th Century Country English style dining room set from about 1974, olive burl veneers, ash veneers and solids. and a 1960's library table made of walnut and cherry. We're looking to sell them but don't know how to go about valuing them. The library table is in perfect condition. The dining room table is in good condition. The chairs were recently reupholstered and are in excellent condition. Any ideas?


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Try watching over a period of time for similar Baker pieces on ebay to see how they are priced to try to determine the value of your pieces. What you have sound beautiful!

    Bookmark   March 19, 2011 at 12:30AM
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