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Free Shipping Elizabethian Dining Room Set Suite Suit Jacobean Color No Reserve

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Seller: shebatouge (294) 100%, Location: Calhoun, Georgia, Ships to: US, Item: 202232146476 Up for auction, my personal dining room set. It has the original dark oak finish with wonderful what appears to be some type of burl wood accents, maybe maple?. It is in basically perfect condition considering it's age. It was one of only probably 5 items that I actually found in an antique price guide. I am quoting from the 1994 Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide, page 368. (Dining room suite: extension dining table, court cupboard, buffet, one armchair & five side chairs; oak chairs w/Gothic arch crestrails flanked by scrolled ears over a flat arch-carved splat, upholstered slip seat, & bulbous knob-turned front legs, 9pcs. (Illus. of a side chair) Price in 1994 -------------$6,295.00. The great unusual thing about this suite is that it retains it's original finish and what appears to be the original seat covers, dark reddish, burgandyil leather. One of the seats has a crack in it, not complete thru. It was a very exciting find for me when I took off the cloth upholstery and found the seats were nearly perfect. If you purchase this suit, don't ever get rid of these original seats. You could cut new plywood seats and have them covered or cover them yourself and be sure to keep the original seats. I used the original seats but we only used the dining room on special occassions. A draw-leaf table is a very neat concept. Your leaves are always stored right inside the table, no pilliging thru the closets and under beds trying to find the leaves for the table that probably on get used two or three times a year. These large leaves are stored under each end of the table. Just pull the bottom edge of the end of the table, the leaf pulls out, lift up, and slide back into place---- level with the rest of the table. The buffet is not one of those large, ugly, types that are found with a lot of oak furniture. It stands on legs and is really a pleasing to the eye, very fuctional cabinet. The top middle drawer of the buffet is the silverware drawer. The chairs are gorgeous, carved to death, see photos. The finish is original as I said and needs to be left that way because this set has additional value because it is in such good condition and has the original finish. I would not sell it to you if you wanted to refinish it although I have done refinishing for my entire life for a profession. I have bought and sold antiques for the past 39 years and naturally I would pick the best for my own personal use. If my mother-n-law had not moved in with me for approximately a year this suite would not be for sale. I had to move it from my dining room to make room for her. I am listing it before I restore my dining room back to it's original beauty so if it does not sale, I will be putting it back in my dining room and it will no longer be available for any price. You couldn't buy a new dining room suit of this quality for the price I have listed this one. This will be an heirloom to hand down for generations to come not something to sell for a fifth of the original price. I am selling this without reserve which means if you bid you will get it unless someone else bids. I have plenty of additional photos but if you are truly interested, send your phone number and I will return your call within a few hours at the longest. It is much easier to communicate with someone over the phone to answer questions than with emails, at least for me. The reason you don't see a lot of complete matching sets of antique furniture, bedroom or dining room, is because for one thing, they were expensive and you had to have money to purchase one even a hundred years ago. There were not very many complete suits to start with and two----------everytime someone dies and the immediate family divides up the contents of the estate; there is always that family member that wants something of momma's or grannies. Now they don't want the whole suit, they had rather sell the table, chairs, and about thirty years ago they would have kept the china cabinet and sold the buffet. No they would probably sell the china closet and keep the buffet. Even if a family was wealthy enough to own a complete suit, someone was always there to break it up. I have seen it happen over and over again. Please look closely at the photos. Email me with any questions or concerns. Phone numbers would be great. Don't worry about condition, there is nothing to worry about. We will ship anywhere in the world. I will ship Craters and Freighters in the continental U.S.A. unless you have another preference. Shipping will be free in the continental U.S.A. International customers please send complete address, include city, state, and zipcode or postal code. I can only get shipping quotes on business days so don't wait till the last minute to request a shipping quote. We will work with anyone, anyway we can if you would like to pickup the set and save shipping costs. Good luck and happy bidding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DIMEMSIONS: TABLE 64" X 40" ACROSS HIDDEN LEAVES 14" IN DEPTH TOTAL LENGTH WITH BOTH LEAVES EXTENDED 92 INCHES BUFFET 66" ACROSS X 21" DEEP 40" TALL WITH BACKSPLASH CHAIR 40" TALL SEAT 19" FRONT OF SEAT X 16" ACROSS BACK OF SEAT 17" DEPTH OF SEAT CHINA OR COURT CABINET 63" TOTAL HEIGHT X 18" DEEP BOTTOM OF CABINET, 14" DEEP TOP OF CABINET Condition: Condition is great and shipping is free in continental U.S.A. No Reserve., Color: Original dark oak finish, Type: Dining Sets, Style: Elizabethan or Jacobean, Age: App. 1890-1920, Original/Reproduction: Original, Material: Oak, Region of Origin: America

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