HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD M1504G STEP END TABLE WESTWOOD NICE

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 27,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
YOU ARE VIEWING A HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD STEP END TABLE. THIS TABLE WAS PRODUCED IN 1957-1963 AND BOOK VALUE IS $275.00-350.00. IT IS IN FANTASTIC CONDITION. OH YEAH, THE FINISH IS WESTWOOD. THIS IS INTERESTING. THIS TABLE IS MARKED WESTWOOD 504-08. IT IS THE SAME IDENTICAL TABLE AS THE M1504G, SEEING THE NUMBERS 504 ARE IN EACH NUMBER. THE COLOR MATCHES SOME OF MY CHAMPAGNE PIECES. IN 1962 WAKEFIELD OFFERED WESTWOOD AS A REGULAR FINISH. THE TOP MEASURES 20" X 15", THE SHELF MEASURES 30" X 20", AND IS 21" HIGH. IF YOUR SHIPPING METHOD IS UPS, WE WILL TAKE THE LEGS OFF TO SHIP. WE ENCOURAGE QUESTIONS!!!

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