Moore Bros. photographer of Owosso took this photo in the 1890's
In 1894, Robbins reported that they employed 50 men and annual sales were $50,000 and served customers all over the U.S. When the Shiawassee County Court House was built in 1906, Robbins supplied many of the furnishings.
In 1924 they reported sales of 2 million dollars. Today, the extension tables are prized by collectors. Please note: This website does not appraise furniture or is able to establish dates of manufacture.
Robbins Furniture Company closed in 2001.
Notice: This website does not appraise furniture,
nor is it able to establish dates of manufacture.
Table below extends to nine foot ten inches with all six leaves inserted. All six leaves store inside the table behind a door on the apron. The table legs, claw feet and the apron are made of oak and the top is a great victorian ash grain. Measurements are 29 1/2" tall and 44" by 49" before inserting the leaves.
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