"Nick, can you change your boring blue avitar to something else??
it is not USA domestic it is European made, we still have some hand carve motifs used today,
Why not post this on the antique furniture group on I antique online? that is there…"
"I am not certain that it is Rosewood; but I have worked with most domestic species including Cherry and this does not seem to be domestic.
What era? I know the use of the factory produced screws date it 1840 and after
When were hand…"
"what makes you think rosewood, I am thinking cherry,
point of origin English or at least European,
age after 1900?
this was a wardrobe, would have had a mirror in the door,
just a normal person could have had this piece originaly
B & C…"
Need some help learning more about this. What I know:Hand cut dovetails on the drawerSolid wood construction (no veneer)Carving looks hand doneNo MarkingsPulls are cast BrassFlat head screws used on the hinges and lock mechMade of Rosewood Stuff I would like to know What period was it built?Where was it built?Most likely use (i.e. wealthy home or a church maybe?)Did the door originally have clear or mirrored glass?See More
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Need some additional insight into this if anyone can help.
What I know Already: Hand cut dovetails, Rosewood construction, solid wood (no veneer), Carving done by hand, no markings, Pulls…"