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Drexel Heritage Duncan Phyfe dining set

Circa 1958 Duncan Phyfe Drexel Heritage dining room set

Dining Table -
* Mahogany
* Size 98" L x 42" W x 29" H (fully extended)
* 62" L (without table leaves)
* 32" L (without leaves and sides folded down)
* Excellent condition
* Minor blemishes (three) on table top
* Still has very nice shine and overall appearance on the the table surface with some minor lacquer cracks if you look very closely
* No repair work has ever been done to this table

Chairs

* Four chairs
* Fabric has been replaced
* Excellent condition / appearance
* No restoration work has ever been done on the wood portion of the chairs

China Cabinet

* 69 1/2"h x 48 1/2"w x 16"d
* curved glass front
* excellent condition
* No restoration work has ever been done on the china cabinet

Category: 
Furniture
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium: 
Wood
Distinguishing marks: 
Duncan Phyfe
Date Period: 
1958
Size and dimensions of this item: 
See Below
Weight: 
unknown
History: 
Grandmothers dining room set purchased around 1958
For Sale?: 
No

Comments

Anonymous's picture
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)

Your set is worth 2,000. they are available everywhere although that is a little more rare. Only the rare sets like Drexel Triennale of which only a handful were made are worth any good money. But 2,000 is a great price for the set. i have been selling Drexel and other fine furniture for over 40 years up in New York.

gmore2009's picture

Hello, I came across this and was wondering about a very similar set of furniture. I have some Drexel Dining furniture but the stamp on the back says Drexel Old Shirley. Is that something noteworthy or is not really important?

gmore2009's picture

Hello, I came across this and was wondering about a very similar set of furniture. I have some Drexel Dining furniture but the stamp on the back says Drexel Old Shirley. Is that something noteworthy or is not really important?

Lovejoy's picture

Drexel produced huge quantities of Federal and Colonial styled sets, the market is currently flooded with it due to downsizing Baby Boomers and values tend to be very modest. Whole dining sets now are having trouble selling at auction for much over $800.00.

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