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TravisH

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#1 posted 08-12-2016 11:50 AM

I don’t know the official style and likely common place in some time period. The ones I come across are more modern and borrowed design elements from other periods. A manufactured affordable “high end” piece of furniture for the household. I think they were one of those pieces you had to show the appearance you were doing well. I have seen the same piece or almost identical, several had trim pieces under the set of three drawers. Typically 1940/50s stuff and generally described as a “manor chest” and some places here call the “stacked highboy” but don’t think that is correct but just a way to try and sell it at those anitque/rustic/retro all in one consignment places.

I think my parents had an Ethan Allen one. Haven’t seen one in a few years but the painted would have made 3x the money when they were showing up here versus wood (oak).


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