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Tynietoy Huntboard #200-16 SOLD

Status: Sold
Description:
Very handsome huntboard or sideboard made by the Tynietoy firm from Providence, R.I. Beautifully made with their typical hand painted outline decorations in deep gold color on the two side doors to represent panels and outlining the top to represent beveling...these charming decorations can be seen in most of the photos. Lovely reddish mahogany finish, with original brass knobs, this is a majestic piece and looks splendid with Tynietoy accessories displayed on top, as shown in the last photo (accessories are sold separately). 7" Long, 3 3/4" High. Marked on the bottom with the Tynietoy logo. Excellent condition with no breaks or repairs. I wrote several articles on Tynietoy for Antique Doll Collector Magazine, specifically the Artwork of Tynietoy...a listing and a description of my articles are discussed in the top category at the left called: Articles and News from The Doll Works; simply click onto the category and the page with the article listings will come up. Back issues of these magazines can be still ordered from Antique Doll Collector.


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