Antique Old Meeting House Maple Queen Anne Buffet Sideboard Console Credenza 54"



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Antique Old Meeting House Queen Anne style buffet / sideboard / console / credenza. Made of maple featuring rectangular form with four large drawers, brass hardware, serpentine skirt and slipper feet.

Winchendon Furniture Corporation
Founded: In 1923 by John H. Murray and his brother Patrick. Until 1935, it was knows as Winchendon Chair Company.
Location: The Murray purchased a plant from Demond & Brown Chair Co. on Murdock Avenue. In 1935 they purchased factory buildings of Morton E. Converse & Son Company at 101 Jackson Avenue
Products: The Murray brothers began manufacturing kitchen chairs. Around 1935, they expanded their products to the "Old Meeting House Maple" line, making dining room, living room and bedroom furniture. After World War II, the company introduced a modern line of furniture.
Date closed: IN 1963, Winchendon Furniture became a division of Sprague & Carlton, Inc. of Keene, N.H. who continued to operate the Winchendon Mass. plant until some time in the 1970s, when Patriot Industries acquired Sprague and Carlton. The company is now out of business.


Fair condition, wear and distressing commensurate with age and use, finish loss / marking to top.


54" w x 22"d x 36" h