|Title:||Berkey and Gay dining set|
|Description:||We own a 60 inch diameter mahogany table, with solid mahogany leaves that extend to 11ft. 8 matching chairs and an unusual round tall china cabinet. The scrolls on the chairs and cabinets are beautiful.|
|Condition:||thepedestale table has some of the veneer at the base that has pealed off. The chairs are in excellent condition and the china cabinet is in good condition ( has some scratches)|
|Origin:||we bought the item in an antique store in Louisiana.|
|Provenance:||all the chairs have the Berkey and Gay stamp on them.|
|Appraised By:||James Martin|
|Appraiser Comments:||Based on the information and images that you have submitted I would identify the the suite as follows: Furniture, Dining Room Suite, Berkey & Gay Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan, Fine Classical Revival Dining Room Suite, Circa 1900, Mahogany Wood & Mahogany Veneers, Round Expandable w/7 Leaves, 8 Chairs & China Cabinet, Table w/a Carved Edge & Deep Apron Above a 6 Sided Pedestal Central Support Platform Base Atop Four Heavy Scroll-Carved Feet, The China Cabinet Half Round Top w/Deep Molded Outset Above Curved Glass Door, 3 Glass Shelves, Mirrored Back, Rectangular Base, w/4 Heavy Scroll- Carved Feet, Arm Chairs, Wide Rounded Crestrail Above a Wide Urn Style Form Splat Flanked by Open Scroll Carved Arms Above Upholstered Set Above Veneered Seatrail Above Heavy Scrolled Front Legs w/Scrolled Feet & Square Stile Legs Rear, Single H Stretcher, Table 60" Round, China Cabinet 72"H, Some Veneers Damage & Lifting and Signs of Usage, Condition Fine.|
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