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Johnson -Handley -Johnson Buffet

Johnson -Handley -Johnson Buffet appraisal

The buffet has some damage on the doors on the left and right, little scrathes...the middle drawer has two lions heads used for drawer pulls, made of brass. it also had divider in the middle drawer section for silver and then two looking doors on the ends for the china.

Category: 
American Furniture
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
oak and brass
Distinguishing marks: 
it has a brass stamp with Johnson Handley-Johnson ,Co., Grand Rapids Mich
Period: 
?
Dimensions: 
about 8 feet by 4 feet
Weight: 
?
History: 
It was my step -grandmothers.
Amount Paid: 
inheirted
For Sale: 
Yes
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This is a lot newer than it looks. It's a "Colonial Revival" style piece, most likely made during the 1920's. Colonial Revival pieces are reproductions of the original American Colonial items originally produced from 1620-1780. The Colonial Revival style became popular after the first Centennial of the American Revolution in 1876. At that time interest and demand for original Colonial & Federal furnishings was so great it outstripped supply. This caused large manufacturers to begin production of pieces in the Colonial style from the Jacobean to early Georgian periods. They were a hot item during the 1980's, values have slumped for them since then, they sell in the $300.00- $500.00 range at auction.

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