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1920's Jacobean Dining Set

I have a dining set I believe is 1920's Jacobean style but I don't know much beyond that. There is no manufacturer stamp on any of the pieces. There is a tag which appears to be from the selling furniture store Weis Outfitting Company in Louisville, KY. The table has four legs connected by a center piece and expands with a built-in leaf. There are 6 chairs, one of which has arms. I would love to know more about this set and it's value.

Category: 
Furniture
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium: 
Some of the wood is burled but I do not know what the wood is.
Date Period: 
Estimated 1920's
For Sale?: 
No
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Most suites like this tend to date from the second quarter of the 20th century (1925-50). They are a mix of Early English or European styles, often a mix of more than one, usually they use walnut or mahogany veneers over maple cores. Values for suites like this last peaked in the 1990's, what you paid is what a lot of them now sell for @ under $1000.00.

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