October 1, 20170 found this helpful
Find out what type of wood it's made of
Search the back, bottom, and inside paneling for makes and serial numbers
Cross check your dresser with ones listed on eBay. I'm seeing similar ones to yours for over $300: https://www.eba … 6314/bn_16561652
October 2, 20170 found this helpful
I agree that your dresser looks like one of the less expensive styles that can be found in thrift stores and used furniture stores.
- Now - we good be wrong - but you will have to find more information on your dresser for anyone to be able to help you find a truer value.
- Do you have any information about the age of the dresser?
- You will have to determine if it is really all wood, as well as what kind if possible, or if it is a veneer and not solid wood.
- You may be able to find a name or markings on the inside or underneath a drawer, or on the back or even on the bottom of the dresser.
- Even if this is a quality vintage Danish dresser, overall condition will play a big part in actual value.
- I have reviewed a lot of vintage furniture in the past and I do not remember ever seeing a quality dresser with this type of front "pulls".
- This is one reason I have a feeling it is not a quality piece.
- You can take a look at images of vintage Danish and see if you find anything similar to your dresser (most were made of darker wood also).
- https://www.goo … 1525&bih=701
- If this is as I think, (even if it is in very good condition) it may not be worth more than $50.
I could be completely wrong about this so you should try finding more information about your dresser and maybe ask for a free appraisal so you will be sure of the value.
Here are a couple of links if you want to ask for a free appraisal.
http://antiques … ppraisals_Online
https://www.val … ntique-furniture
If you decide to use any of these sites you will still (most likely) need more information and definitely 2 or 3 good pictures if you really want to know the value.