Hi, I've been trying to research this furniture and can not find any pictures of furniture from this company or the value of this furniture. Can you help? Plus the 2 small pieces on top of the larger piece looks to me like they might have been a vanity.?
If you could help that would be awesome!!
Answer They operated in the 1920s for certain as this is when this furniture was made. I too believe the two stands might have been the ends of a vanity. you must check the sides to see it they had been attached at one time. there would be some indication . the other piece is a gentlemans chest.
also found a listing of them in the Grand Rapids Furniture Record dated 1920.
the chest and two stands would sell in a store at 200$ for all. if stripped and refinished properly the chest would go to 350 and the stands at 85 each if done correctly.
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