'Salie' Oak dresser
This two-tone dresser is finished in olive green and walnut stain. From the late 19th century, with Knapp joints.
The Knapp joint was developed during the late Victoria Era in post-Civil War United States. This joinery technique was primarily used from around 1870 until 1900.
This type of joint is also known as pin-and-cove or half moon and can be constructed with the use of machines, which meant that a furniture factory could mass produce than shops that still relied on hand tools.
Authenticity: 'antique' Circa late 19th Century
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