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Dining Room Set (Table 5' x 3' x 28'') with 6 Chairs, Made by Master Artisan in Georgia

Currency:USD Category:Antiques Start Price:475.00 USD Estimated At:NA
Dining Room Set (Table 5' x 3' x 28'') with 6 Chairs, Made by Master Artisan in Georgia
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This fine dining set, of graceful curves and finely sculptured details, was not mass-produced, but made by a handful of master artisans from a small company in Georgia, who no longer make these historical pieces, so this set can never be obtained again. This set is identical in appearance and authentic in detail and finish to the heirlooms of the mid-1800s. It is a legacy to some of the most rare treasures of generations gone by and was painstakingly crafted and finished by time-consuming techniques that insure it could never be produced by mass technology. This set, created from cast aluminum, represents the finest quality and workmanship. The dining table has a 1/2” beveled plate glass top to let the full beauty of the double pedestal base show through. There are 2 armchairs and 4 side chairs in this set. Notice the last photo where there are some scuff marks on the base of the table pedestal. Table: 5' x 3' x 28'' Two Arm Chairs - 17'' x 17'' x 34.5'' (15.5" from seat to floor) Four Side Chairs are same measurements without arms. Originally paid $4700 for it. (Note: Descriptions for all items in this catalog was provided by Dianne Lassen). Oahu Auctions has not done any research on these items and makes no claims as to the accuracy of titles and descriptions provided by the seller. It is strongly suggested that bidders do their own research.