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Trying to Date a Chittenden & Eastman Co Dresser

Posted by rievergurl (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 14, 14 at 10:37

After cleaning out my grandma's garden shed we found a little dresser that my mom remembers from when she was growing up. But i'm wondering if it was possible that it is old enough to have been my grandma's from when she was a little girl. We are going to refinish it since it has seen better days (and i think it has been painted along the lines) so any tips on wither or not it would probably be solid wood or just a veneer would be awesome too.


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RE: Trying to Date a Chittenden & Eastman Co Dresser

Heres the Stamp/sticker from the back


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RE: Trying to Date a Chittenden & Eastman Co Dresser

Start by Googling the company name to get an idea of when they were in business and what their product line was like.


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