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Thomas Schwenke Antiques specializes in authentic original furniture of the American Federal period. The inventory features an array of federal furnishings including dining tables and chairs, sideboards, pier tables, mirrors, and secretaries. In addition to its selection of American federal furniture, Thomas Schwenke offers design services, appraisals, restorations, custom furniture making, and an exclusive proprietary line of exact replica federal furniture under the trademark "American Federal Classics TM"

Location: 50 Main Street North, Woodbury Connecticut 06798 Telephone 203-266-0303 Fax 203-266-0707

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