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Local Pickup from: Florida 33020
Very unique and stunning piece, solid wood and veneer, from early 1900s. It has two doors with bevelled glass, shelves with notches, two deep drawers and another pair of doors with one wooden shelf. Plenty of storage space in this jewel. The veneer is in excellent condition with beautiful patterns, and so are the gorgeous mirror and the marble top. Dimensions are 73” high, 79” wide and 20” deep. Every inch of this piece was carefully treated to give it new life and make it suitable to live long years as an amazing protagonist piece in your living room, or in any room. As with all vintage furniture, there may be a few dents and dings. IMPORTANT NOTES: Please contact me BEFORE purchasing, so I can send you more pics, and you can see everything and ask me all the questions before buying, since I don’t accept returns nor exchanges. My pieces are vintage or antique, I try my best to repair and refinish so that they look perfect; however, due to their age and normal use, there are signs that cannot be removed, and some which I don't want to remove since they are part of the piece's history. This particular piece has been left intact, just cleaned, so as to keep the original finish. Therefore, there are more imperfections than those usually found in my pieces.
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Postal code: 33020
Building: 2446 Johnson St 1
I find beautiful pieces of furniture that have been forgotten, and refurbish or refinish them so that they can live longer in their new dresses. Most of my pieces are vintage or antique; I try my best to repair and refinish so that they look perfect. However, due to their age and normal use, there are signs that cannot be removed, and some which I don't want to remove since they are part of the piece's history. I haven't got a favourite colour palette, it all depends on the piece, and on my mood I guess! I have loved interior design in general and painting furniture in particular since forever. I started in my childhood home, refinishing pieces for ourselves, then it was my own pieces and now I enjoy either renewing a piece completely or recovering its original soul and body for whoever likes my work.