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$25,000 coffee table

 
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 6:48 pm    Post subject: $25,000 coffee table Reply with quote

In the style of Rose Valley, I guess you might say, or in the style of an English medieval/gothic cabinetmaker, currently shown on Gus Bostrum's site, and dare I say...displayed like it's a coffee table Cool :

"Walfred Thulin Carved Blanket Chest, Boston, c1910. Member of The Boston Society of Arts & Crafts. He is known as World Renowned Frame Maker 24"h x 42"w x 22"d $25,000"

From Craftsman/Rago, the same piece I assume:

http://www.craftsman-auctions.com/showPhoto.php?item=1261


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