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Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

Posted by puppycat (My Page) on
Sat, May 25, 13 at 14:25

I am looking for used W R Dallas furniture...It was made in San Antonio and the company began in the 1920s. They sold out to a woman who, well, let's just say she has no business in the business. They made a dining room table and cock-fighting chairs for me in the 1970s and then made a bedroom suite in the late 1990s. If you know of anyone who has any of this furniture that would like to sell it, please let me know. It is old time, heavy pine furniture...ranch style mostly. They have a tung oil finish that is incredible.


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RE: Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

I have a lovely W.R. Dallas hutch that I purchased for over $1,000 many years ago. I am downsizing and am interested in selling it to someone who can appreciate the handmade craftsmanship.

RE: Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

That hutch is in exceptional condition. The finish looks great as well. I would post this picture on Craigs list. I don't think it would take long to sell.

Does in have a tung oil finish as suggested by puppycat.

RE: Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

I sent you a message but don't know if you received it...I am interested...where are you located? price?

RE: Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

I have three pieces of WR Dallas furniture . . . very old. Three place sled couch with matching single chair and 48" spoke leg round coffee table.
Not an oil finish, but what was used at the time.
Are you still interested?
Photos available.

RE: Looking for used W R Dallas furniture

Do you still have these pieces? If so, where could they be seen?

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