This matching china cabinet and buffet has been in my parents home since before they bought the house. Original owners from the 50's left it in the house when they sold it to my parents. The china cabinet used to have glass in the door, but was replaced with plastic due to me and my brother playing ball in the house and we broke it (oops). Anyhow, neither piece has ever been refinished and all original hardware is there (the china cabinet's handles were replaced, but we still have the original ones in the drawer). Sturdy construction and just some surface distress (mainly the buffet top).
Mom passed away and dad needs things sold so I'll be selling these, but want to be careful not to offer then for too little.
Does anyone have an idea what year these are from and what style? Can't find markings.
Any help is appreciated. I'm in Ohio.
Here's the photo of the matching buffet.
Burl walnut veneer. typical furniture style of the 1930's. ''ouch''on that broken glass about $150.00 to $200.00 Dollars.
The buffet as well is done in the 18th century William & mary style. $250.00 Dollars.
Thanks Jim for your fast replies!
So, are these made in the 30's to look like the older style you mentioned? And, what value for each piece.
I don't remember breaking the glass, so I'll just blame my little brother. We're both in our 40's now. I'm sure we both got in trouble when it happened.
That is correct 1930's reproduction of a by Gone time. china cabinet $200.00 Dollars. Buffet $250.00 Dollars.
Incidently the buffet is burl walnut veneer all so. likely bought as a set. no doubt a table & chairs is lurking some where.