Is it possible to identify maker/manufacture name of this unit ?

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Old 01-20-21, 07:59 AM
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Question Is it possible to identify maker/manufacture name of this unit ?

We have had this set of pull through drawers for over 20 years. Dark solid oak and still in excellent condition. We would like to get some other pieces in the same dark oak style and same make/manufacture (we rather like the knots and natural look) if it is possible. The problem is that we have no idea of the make as there is no label/stamp and despite extensive google we cannot find it. We 'think' it was from Courts but of course they no longer exist.

If anyone has any idea of make/manufacturer/something identical then any information would be appreciated.

Thanks

Brian.
 
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Old 01-20-21, 08:53 AM
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Furniture manufacturing has changed dramatically in the past couple decades with most of it moving to Asia. You can pull out the drawers and look for any markings inside the cabinet or flip it over and look on the bottom but I don't think knowing the manufacturer will help much. I think you're best bet is to just keep looking until you find something that matches close enough for your needs.

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Old 01-20-21, 12:22 PM
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We have had this set of pull through drawers for over 20 years.
Your lucky to find a line of furniture that is around for 5 years, probably better luck finding in a garage sale now!
 
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Old 01-20-21, 02:15 PM
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Do a web search for similar types of furniture by right click on picture and look for web search. Marq and PD are correct, it's unlikely you'll find a match or duplicate . Best if you find similar.
 
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Old 01-21-21, 02:18 AM
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Many thanks all. It was rather a vague hope to find it now.
Once life is back to "normal ? " then we will be trailing around the stores to see what looks similar or at least can go with it. The online search will also continue although it seems endless !
Cheers
Brian.
 
 

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