You are bidding on TWO pieces of furniture. The first is a china or curio cabinet with a curved glass door, glass sidelights and glass sides. The glass is beautiful and all intact t are no cracks or chips in any of the exterior glass on the piece. T are three glass curved front shelves, one of them has a chip on the front and one of them is backed with mirror (the silver on the mirrored shelf is flaking off a bit). The bottom of the display case has a groove for displaying platters or plates. The china cabinet has one deep drawer that slides easily. All of the pulls are intact. I have tried to show the places w the decoration is missing on the bottom of the drawer of the china cabinet. T is also a picture of the little place, on the bottom front of the china cabinet w the veneer has popped a little. This is a beautiful piece and just needs a little TLC to make it a show stopper. The china cabinet is 66 inches tall, 44 inches wide and 16 inches deep. T were four casters in the drawer of the china cabinet. Three of them are metal, one is plastic. The second piece of furniture is a buffet or sideboard. It matches the china cabinet. It has three drawers in the middle, flanked by cubbies that open with doors and have two smaller drawers on top. This piece is missing two pulls, but the drawers all work and the cubbies open. I tried to show major scratches and any damage, but the top veneer is in pretty good shape with a few pop ups. The buffet measures 38 inches high, 60 inches wide and 22 inches deep. I really don't know anything about the age of the pieces, but I think the style is empire or maybe queen anne. I have them listed for local pick-up only. We are about fifteen minutes from Annapolis and about twenty-five minutes from DC. I can accept pay pal or cashiers check or of course cash. Please ask all questions before bidding. I won't stop the auction early and I don't have a buy it now price. Thanks for looking!
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