Help identify please

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  1. Timothy Hart

    Timothy Hart New Member

    Hi there, this piece of furniture belongs to my mum and she is wanting to sell and upgrade her draws. I don't want her to sell it really cheap if its worth abit more. Can anybody help with an estimation. It cost her £150 when she originally bought it.

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  2. i need help

    i need help Well-Known Member

    A5F53164-90B0-4A29-B83F-0352A6FF35F5.jpeg Welcome, Timothy!
    Please read first pinned post at top of Furniture Forum, for tips to let people help you.
     
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  3. laura9797

    laura9797 Well-Known Member

    I had an English stained oak server that had a very similar art nouveau carved frieze dated to about 1930's. Can you show the drawer construction?
     
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  4. Timothy Hart

    Timothy Hart New Member

    I can get some photos, it's very heavy but couldn't see any markings on it on 1st inspection unless it's underneath or inside a draw.
     
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  5. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    It wouldn't be worth any more than she paid for it most places at retail here in the US. I don't know what the UK market would bring. We do have British members here so wait to see what they have to say.
     
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  6. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    Looks 1920s ish. Might be Olde Charme or Gomme, not worth much in the UK, sadly.
     
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  7. Fid

    Fid Well-Known Member

    wonderful. I'd start to research in direction of Glaswegian arts and crafts.
     
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  8. Adrian Lewis

    Adrian Lewis New Member

    1930s/40s Priory style court cupboard, although I can't attribute this to being English. In UK we mainly produced from the early 20thC until well into the 60s, a whole range of what was called 'Priory Oak' furniture and obviously from the name, always included things like linen-folds to the doors and/or small priory arches to the front apron etc. taken from the medieval period originals. I had many many examples through my auction house but never one like this with carved bells. A safe Google search link here to many more examples of English Priory Revival Furniture. https://www.google.es/search?q=prio...VHDGMBHfq_A2kQ_AUoAXoECAwQAw&biw=1560&bih=759
     
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