Vintage Teak Dining Room Set
Can you tell me what this Vintage teak dining room set is worth? Here are more pictures of the whole set. They were made in Thailand or Guam in probably 1970, all custom made. The pieces are rock solid teak, and in very good condition.
1 table with 8 chairs
1 china cabinet or hutch
77 -1/4” Wide (x) 32” Tall (x) 19” Deep at the center section (the end door sections are only 17-1/4” Deep).
The partitions in the vertical storage compartment on the left are fixed. The shelf in the center is adjustable. The 5 drawers in the right section are all lined with red felt, top 3 drawers have fixed – flatware organizers, 4th drawer has an adjustable organizer. The right side section is lockable.
Dinning Rm. Table & Chairs:
44” Wide (x) 30” Tall (x) 91-3/4” Long. The overall length includes (2) 12” removable leafs. Includes a full coverage, folding felt and vinyl pad. There are (8) chairs featuring hand woven rattan backs and newly finished seat cushions. The “head of the table” seat has wooden arms. The nominal dimensions for the chairs are as follows; seat cushion is 19-1/2” above finish floor, 17” Deep from front to back. The seat is tapered from 19-1/2” wide at the front and 16” wide at the back. The Height is 40-1/2” at the center of the arched back.
86” Tall (x) 77” Wide (x) 19-1/2” Deep. Each top section has (3) wood framed, adjustable, glass shelves. There are (4) newly wired lights above each section. Each door has its own ornately designed metal pull. The top drawer in the center section is lockable, the shelves on either side are adjustable as well.
This is a very good quality set, and teak is in vogue right now. Also in it’s favor, is that it’s a full set, and it’s in excellent condition.
This set is not at the pinnacle of of the teak furniture market however because the style is a bit more classic than it is modern style.
Retail value for the set: $3,500
Hampden Pocket Watch
Can you tell me how old this pocket watch is, and what it’s worth?
AW says: This is a circa 1905 Hampden pocket watch. We can tell this by the serial #. The Hamden Watch co. later to become Duber-Hampden Watch co. makes very fine quality watches in various metals. IE: gold, sterling silver, coin silver etc. Your’s is gold filled.
It’s a closed case watch, or a “Hunt Case” watch.
Retail value: $150
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