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Help identifying wood/design of antique vanity

Posted by jsa1911 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 30, 12 at 12:34

I bought my vanity a few months ago and am now trying to find furniture that is similar to it. The lady I bought it from had an entire bedroom set but my bedroom is too small for any of the pieces that matched and she wanted to sell it all together. I loved the vanity and she made me a deal. She thinks it was made around 1930-40. I have checked the back and there are three pieces of paper but all of them have been torn so no details of the piece are left.


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Looks like crotch walnut veneer to me.
Casey


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30s..........art deco


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Solidly art deco!

I love it. It needs Betty Boop or Carole Lombard sitting there doing her hair.


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Thank you for the help!


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