VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique

VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique

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VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique
VERY RARE Pennsylvania Dutch Armoire Old World Lost Art Finger Grain Painted VERY RARE 1800's Antique

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FOR BUYER-COLLECTORS SEARCHING FOR THE RARE-TO-

FIND "OLD WORLD LOST ART OF PAINTING WOOD GRAIN

PATTERNS ON FURNITURE,...using the FINGER TIPS TO 

APPLY burnt umber and sienna oil pigments to create the

attractive patterns on furniture built of woods which lack visible

grain patterns.  .

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This FABULOUS FIND...A FINE EXAMPLE OF THIS ART. is  

All-original, in  GREAT CONDITION..It  dates from the middle

1800's, making it MORE THAN 150 YRS. OLD.     The wood

and the antique mirror are EXTRA NICE ANITQUE CONDITION.. 

The PAINTED GRAIN PATTERNS ARE STILL IN VERY GOOD

CONDITIONS,  and the wardrobe shows very little signs of

wear considering its age!.   (The thin brass escutcheon on the

keyhold has been damaged...and a small brass knob (which

is not original hardware for this piece), has been attached

above the keyhole.

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The wardrobe is built in 3 SECTIONS.   BOTH THE CROWN

AND THE BOTTOM DRAWER SECTION  ARE CONNECTED WITH

WOOD PEGS AND CAN BE SEPARATED FROM THE CENTER

PART FOR EASY TRANSIT.   

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MEASUREMENTS:      82"  Tall;      31    1/2"   Wide;       20"   Deep.

The wood is white pine, or a similar species, on which the folk

art graining and designs have painted.  

            *NOTE:  WE WELCOME COMMENTS AND

        QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR INVENTORY ITEMS.  

(We are familiar with the history of this item for the past several

decades and we can send additional photos ,  along with other

information you may want).

     *** FREE shipping with *** FREE full value shipping insurance to

        any zip code address within the lower 48 contiguous states.

        Our UPS Certified Packing Agent will package the wardrobe

        professionally for safe secure shipping,  and the agents provide

        high-end Shipping Arrangements when needed for our shipping.

                                       ...............................

 (We do ship worldwide to areas which allow for full value

 insurance, and will send shipping information and quote

  if you live outside the lower 48 states, and wish to receive

  a shipping quote).

 

So Very Rare

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Item Details:

  • Reference #
  • 20131020
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Furniture & Furnishings
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Type / Pattern
  • Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Maker
  • Unknown
  • Year
  • 1840's?
  • Country of Origin
  • USA
  • Shipping
  • Free Shipping
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 32 inches
  • Height: 82 inches
  • Depth: 20 inches
  • Weight: 89 pounds
  • Condition
  • Extra Nice Antique Ex.
  • Style
  • Finger Grain Painted
  • Material
  • Solid Wood

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