Featured Buffet? Not sure.

Discussion in 'Furniture' started by Gladys Doty, Sep 9, 2023.

  1. Gladys Doty

    Gladys Doty New Member

    Hi All! Just joined the group from Washington State, US.
    We just purchased this cabinet for $100 through FBMP. It is 8.6 feet wide, 5 feet tall and about 2 feet deep. It has a tiger oak look to it. All cabinets lock with no handles. Not sure what to call it - Buffet? There is one broken hinge and if anyone knows where to purchase a replacement, I would be very grateful! It looks to have had 2 shelves in each cabinet although none came with it. The picture I included shows the only markings I could find. Does anyone have any information on this item? Year, maker, etc...? I would appreciate any help. Thank you. 363283029_6878825848828107_4446528639211775143_n.jpg thumbnail_20230909_165157.jpg thumbnail_20230909_183849.jpg thumbnail_20230909_184102.jpg thumbnail_20230909_184126.jpg thumbnail_20230909_184156.jpg thumbnail_20230909_192408.jpg thumbnail_20230909_192416.jpg thumbnail_20230909_192427.jpg 363283029_6878825848828107_4446528639211775143_n.jpg
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  2. Roaring20s

    Roaring20s Well-Known Member

  3. Gladys Doty

    Gladys Doty New Member

    They are very much like mine! Thank you! Do you have any other information you could share?
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  4. Roaring20s

    Roaring20s Well-Known Member

    That's all I found by searching with the image.
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  5. bluumz

    bluumz Quite Busy

    Looks very 1990s American-made to me. I decorated my home in the late 90s with brand new oak (mostly veneer) furniture that looked very similar.
  6. Ghopper1924

    Ghopper1924 Well-Known Member

    Not antique, but using antique decorative motifs. 1990s sounds as reasonable as anything else.
  7. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    I guess you could call it a French Provincial style cabinet, but recently made in the US. The way the 2 is written is not Continental European.
    Nice oak.
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  8. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    Agree, late 20th century. This may not have been made in the US but, certainly, for a Western market. Would heve been expensive when new. Think you got a heck of a deal.
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  9. Gladys Doty

    Gladys Doty New Member

    Thank you all for your input. I really appreciate the help.
    Does anyone have a line on where I could possibly find a replacement hinge?
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  10. Roaring20s

    Roaring20s Well-Known Member

    I would suggest that you remove a good hinge and take a photo of it laying flat on a white sheet of paper, then do a google image search for it.
  11. Gladys Doty

    Gladys Doty New Member

    Great idea. Thank you!
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  12. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    Your hing is a paumelle type, or lift-off hinge. Searching the first term, I find many similar but not exact. My search was not exhaustive.
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  13. Figtree3

    Figtree3 What would you do if you weren't afraid?

    Welcome to Antiquers, @Gladys Doty . Thanks for sharing your find here. It is very attractive, even though not antique.
  14. Sedona

    Sedona Well-Known Member

    Those look lovely. Great find!
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