Meet "Lila". She was made by the AC Norquist company in Jamestown, NY. The company was founded in 1881 by a father and his four sons that came to the US from Sweden. Their original name was Nord but they were advised by their minister to add "quist" to the end.
Lila is hand painted in shades of deep purple with black added to the top with floral and typeography accents. She has two small drawers on the top with one large, spacious drawer beneath. Her gorgeous handles are original and have been cleaned with some gilding wax added. She is wearing her original wooden casters and they roll great.
The mirror is not original to the piece, but is from the same era and the shape and style go perfectly with this dresser. It is not attached, but could be screwed in. It could also be hung on the wall at any height. The mirror is heavy and antique and shows its character in a few places.
Lila measures 48" wide x 18" deep x 27.5" tall. The mirror itself is 45" tall x 26.5" wide at its widest point.
"Lila" the Antique Dresser
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***This price listed does not include shipping, and shipping is only available in the United States, and does not include Alaska or Hawaii. The cost of shipping is based on your location. I will need your city, state and zip code and for the shipper to figure the price.
***Please note the estimated time to get the shipper here to pick up the piece and for it to leave my studio is 3-4 weeks and this can vary depending on the delivery company's schedule. It typically takes 4-6 weeks to deliver to your home from purchase, but could be sooner. Please keep in mind delays may occur because of weather conditions, during holiday or peak times of shipping and unexpected situations.
Please provide a phone number when purchasing your item so I can supply the shipping company with all correct information and keep you updated. The item will be blanket wrapped and shrink wrapped for protection.
I am not responsible for in-transit damage. Please inspect the piece before the shipper leaves. I have not had any experiences where pieces are damaged but it could happen.