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German Victorian Sideboard by Eppendorfer and Nacke with Ormolu Mounted Decoration #196-26

Status: Available Price: $169.00
This is a lovely sideboard made by the firm of Eppendorfer and Nacke from Germany with lots of detailing and a lovely ormolu mounted decoration at the top back directly above the high shelf. Christian Hacker furnished their early dollhouses with Eppendorfer and Nacke dollhouse furniture. It has 2 drawers which open and a backsplash which is lined with paper with a background of off white and red lined design. The side legs are very ornate with deep turnings and lovely little delicate feet. The sideboard is 1" scale, 4 7/8" high x 3 7/8" long x 2 1/8" deep. All wood, with metal drawer pulls and lovely ormolu mount decoration. Would make a lovely addition to a Victorian sitting room, palor or dining room in a Christian Hacker dollhouse or other early dollhouse. Very nice condition. c. 1900. This is a rare, identified early German piece.

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