Vintage Drexel Heritage Wood Occasional Drop Leaf Table

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 01,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Vintage Drexel Heritage Wood Occasional Drop Leaf Table
Drexel Heritage

Occasional Drop Leaf Table
Wood carved
Two Tone Bordeaux Finish
Brass ferrules on feet
Featuring two spacious drawers
This table will adjust to your requirements

41" extends to 60" Width Depth 42" x Height 25"
(2) Drop leaf each 9.5"Width Very Good- Vintage Age Appropriate Wear

$200 shipping via Forward Air to the terminal nearest you

Customer is responsible for pick up from terminal

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Most of our pieces are vintage (30+ year old) furniture. Condition will vary. A little bruising on chair and table legs is normal wear for furniture of that age. We will point out more-than-normal bruising on a piece, however.

Metro Retro uses the following condition ratings:
Mint: The piece looks like it came right off a showroom floor. Original finish, with original luster and no wear or flaking. T are no nicks, gouges, or scratches. Excellent: Nearly perfect with minor blemishes. Piece may be refinished. We will note if the piece has been refinished or needs reupholstering. Very Good: Showing some signs of age. Superficial surface scratches and blemishes are more visible than if in excellent condition. Finish may have minor flaking but the piece is otherwise acceptable. Cleaning or polishing will improve appearance. Good: Definite signs of age and use. Visible scratches and stains but piece will be usable without being refinished. May need repairs. Poor: Major signs of age and wear. Will need to be refinished and/or repaired. 8.25% tax on orders from Texas
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