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Dressing Table, Mirror and Stool - Elise White Range A beautiful ornate 2 drawer dressing table, mirror and stool set With carved detailing on the dressing table, finished with crystal effect drawer knobs to add that extra touch of elegance and style Cream Fabric Padded Stool - Belgravia Rangefrench cottage inspired padded seat with a beautiful neutral beige fabric with lace detail to the edge Ideal for use with many dressing tables from us, especially the elegant Matching Belgravia range dressing table Ornate White Dressing Table, Mirror and Stool Set - French Style Bedroom Furniture Ornate French style dressing table, swing mirror and stool bedroom set Gorgeous ornate design that would be perfect for a French theme bedroom, ideal for a girls room Ornate Dressing Table and Triple Mirror Set - French Grey Range An exquisitely beautiful French grey dressing table, made from pinewood and painted in a french grey with a distressed white washed finish, with a dark wood veneered top, the french grey dressing table boasts french style at it's best!
The dressing table has two drawers providing essential storage and a triple mirror that sits on top, The neutral appearance will complement a host of decorative styles, especially the many more items we have in the range.
However, you can verify the date of manufacture by looking on the rear of the mirror glass.
All 20th century plate mirrors incorporated into furniture have a date on them by law.
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A Your dressing table is an Art Deco vanity dating from the late 1930s to the late 1940s.
Can you tell me when this piece was made and by whom…probable type of wood used, value, etc.
The mirror has been removed but it is a round mirror measuring 41 3/4 inches wide-by-39 3/4 inches long.
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You can even apply just a hint of color to the adjacent surfaces for an overall blend of color before applying a varnish or urethane finish. In fact, in the QFX (Quick Fixes for Furniture) class my wife and I teach, we specifically recommend the use of artist’s oil colors.