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Circa 1880s quartersawn oak dresser with adjustable mirror. Features 3 drawers with pin and cove/knapp joint construction.
The Knapp joint was developed during the late Victoria Era in post Civil War United States. Patented by Charles Knapp of Waterloo, WI in 1867, the Knapp Joint was a huge breakthrough for the furniture industry; machines called routers made circular cuts in wood far quicker than by hand. The Knapp Joint is particularly unique to furniture as it was only used from 1870 until 1900.
Good Antique Condition with staining and finish wear to the top surface from years of use
19" x 40" x 66"h, surface 26"