avangorder

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I recently purchased a piece of furniture I would consider vintage. And was curious if it would be better to sell it as is or redo it modern day.
I have attached a few pictures. Unfortunately, there are no marking on it that I can see. I have not opened up the base. Simply wiped it down.
I would love some feed back. Tia!!
 

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...furniture I would consider vintage...no marking on it...
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