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February 14, 2012


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Jenelle Hoonan

I have a bedroom set from west Michigan furniture company, early 1920, with Asian carvings on drawers and lock on each drawer. 6 drawer chest latches on drawer to convert to a desk? and wonder value?

Dominique King

My best suggestion would be to try contacting the museum directly via its Web site or its Facebook page to ask where you might find an antique dealer or expert in valuing vintage furniture.

Char White

Hello Dominique, just read your piece and enjoyed it much! Because of a connection one of my grandfathers had working for Forslund's Furniture during the 40's-60's I was interested in learning more about the company but when I clicked on the link that was underscored it said 404 Error File not found. Thought you would like to know. Have a good day, Char White

Dominique King

Thanks for the hEad's up Char. I replaced the broken link with a link to a history of Forsland from the Grand Rapids Historical Commission.

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