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Identify Antique China Cabinet

Posted by timgonda (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 21, 10 at 0:16

I am trying to identify an antique china cabinet. I will try to post some pictures. It is mahogany and very finely made. When I got it, it was half stripped, so I finished it. I posted some pics to a facebook album, so you will probably have to be a facebook member to see them.

Here is a link that might be useful: FAcebook link to photos

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RE: Identify Antique China Cabinet

Looks very nice....hard to really tell what it's going to look like....the legs and the bow front look a little Sharaton-ish. It looks like mahogany...I think unless I am seeing lots of traces of old finish. Doesn't look to have any veneer....which puzzles me a bit.
The picture of the brasses is blurry...but they look to be cast.
Did you save the glass? was it old?
It's nice....finish it and put it back to together and show us again.
Linda C

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