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Fantastic, Magnificent And Rare High Style, High End Dining Room Set-Exc. Cond.

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Seller: tschim64575gx0 (984) 100%, Location: Trexlertown, Pennsylvania, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 263982104800 hide this posting This is one of the most beautiful, high style Dining Room Sets I have ever seen. The centerpiece is the 10'-6" sideboard with custom painted cartouches and a pair of round matching knife urns (not original to the set). There is a 10' table comprised of a 5' table and 5 additional 1' extensions, 10 matching leather chairs with a swag design, gorgeous curved glass china cabinet and server/buffet. There is a wooden crate to store the 1' extensions which is shown in the pictures. This set was originally purchased at John Wanamaker's. You will look long and hard for another set like this. There are no current furniture manufacturers that can even come close to the quality, style and design of this set. You could easily pay $30,000 to $50,000 for a current Dining Room set that would never compare to this set. Condition is excellent with only the most minor imperfections. The following description was obtained from a fellow furniture collector. The overall style, I believe, is in a Colonial Revival reproduction of the Federal period furniture of the early 1800's. The definitive swags and urns are from the Adams Brothers style, Scottish architects of the late 18th century. Adams styling continued in America as the beginning of the Federal Style. The chairs are more particularly Hepplewhite shield back chairs. George Hepplewhite was an English designer whose work was popular in the United States in the late 1700's and early 1800's Federal period. He is best known for his design of the oval drawer pulls of the period that bear his name. I believe the set was made in the first quarter of the 20th century (1900-1925). There were only a very few makers of the early 20th century who could make quality furniture of this magnitude. The most prominent furniture makers that come to mind are either Phoenix Furniture Co of Grand Rapids or Royal Furniture of Grand Rapids, both owned by Robert W. Irwin. Furniture from these companies in the early 20th century were for "persons of wealth who wish a most distinguished home culture and refinement above reproach", according to the definitive book on Grand Rapids Furniture-The Story of America's Furniture City" by Christian Carron. Serious inquiries only. Email with any questions. Condition: EXCELLENT, LIKE NEW CONDITION

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