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This is a magnificent piece that was salvaged from a Philadelphia Victorian Home.
It was originally located in the Master Bedroom as a dressing mirror with his and hers closets to either side.
It is made of oak and is unpainted.
The center section has an opening for a full length dressing mirror.
To either side are doors to access the closet areas.
Each door has 3 raised panels with carved flowers on the center panels
There is a drawer below each door and below the mirror.
The 4 legs are fluted and topped with carved corbels.
The pediments have circular embellishments, beaded and egg and dart moldings and the ends have carved brackets.
The central pediment has spindle work, a carved crown and a turned finial at the top.
There are Eastlake spoon carvings above the mirror and carved brackets framing the mirror opening.
It measures 84 inches wide by 105 inches tall.
It disassembles to load into a cargo van or pick-up truck.
This is a face only, the closet areas do not have backs or sides.
Overall it is in good condition.  There are misc. scratches and dings as it is antique. It could use a good cleaning. There are small chips and dings.2 drawers have the faces only. There are a couple broken moldings. The molding above the central drawer is missing. Please look at the pictures carefully.
Ref: 22023
Please inquire with your zip code and I will get you a quote quickly.  You can also pick up in York, PA 17403.
Payment should be made within 5 business days unless you make other arrangements in advance.
Terms of Sale
I accept returns only if my description is inaccurate. For example, if I pull an item from a building that I believe to be original to the house and it is later discovered to be a reproduction, or if I enter an incorrect measurement, I will allow the buyer to return the item. I describe all my items as accurately as possible with descriptions and often pictures of any damage. I try to measure within 1/8 of an inch.
About Us
My salvage business was born of necessity in 1993 when I started restoring an old Victorian home that had seen better days. I needed doors, staircase parts, fireplace mantles and more, so I contacted the owners of a few local buildings that were scheduled for demolition. I found and purchased all of the things that I needed for my project and lots of extra treasures which I eventually resold. 17 years later this is still my full time job! I salvage whatever I can think can be reused as long as there is room in my warehouse. The warehouse is open for treasure hunting anytime by appointment. Just contact me to schedule a day and time! Thanks for visiting.  Steve and Michelle

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