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Some state they are salesman samples other say they are craftmanship's proof.

But I like them very much!

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It still had its content when found in the garage;(lol)

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Nice piece Stuka  -  although a little worn with use.  In the UK they are often called Apprentice pieces as they were made as

a final test of the Apprentice's skill.  What age would you put on this ?  Has a rather Georgian look - which if original would make

it pre-1830 ?            Mervyn

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Hey Mervin,

 

apprentice piece, is what I ment with my bad english word; craftmanship's proof.

I wouls also date it late 18th century.

I like it very much!

 

Hey Andreas,

 

your drawer dress is of a different level! Very nice piece that is!

Thanks for showing.

 

cheers

 

|<ris

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Andreas  -  thankyou for showing your pieces.   Beautiful in design and in execution.  You can be very proud of them , and

they must have considerable value to a collector   -   even higher if you leave the Groups in them .....         Mervyn

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Not really furniture, but a miniature for sure.

This well decorated +/- 30 cm high altar.

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6 hours ago, Stuka f said:

Not really furniture, but a miniature for sure.

This well decorated +/- 30 cm high altar.

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That's quite impressing! 

On 20/02/2015 at 12:05, dedehansen said:

Hi Stuka,

 

I like this pieces too, here mine a three - drawer dresser.

 

 

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That's what I call real craftsmanship! Wow Outstanding piece. 

Edited by Uffz. Rohleder

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