Henkel Harris 'Jamestown Colony' Mahogany Buffet

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$625.00
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This long, 1970s vintage, mahogany sideboard is made by Henkel Harris, a well-known maker of high quality, traditional furnishings based in Virginia. It has a scalloped apron, cabriole front legs, and contains three banded drawers, each with a pair of round brass knobs and a brass batwing keyhole escutcheon. It comes with one key and is large in size. 

Please note, this piece has several large and visible scratches in the top (see photos). It also has some scuffs to the front legs (see photos).  

Dimensions:

34" High x 77.5" (6 feet 5.5 inches) Wide x 21" Deep

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