A wood étagère with five shelves. Each shelf has a scalloped front edge and a higher, more detailed scalloped back edge. There are two finials on the outside corners of the four lower shelves; however the finial on the left side of the bottom shelf is broken. The top shelf has three finials, two on the outside corners and one in the back corner. The étagère has wear marks throughout and some discoloration.
A portable Victrola phonograph. The exterior of the phonograph is wood and has some chipping. The machine is a case that opens up on a hinge. The speaker is on the front outside of the phonograph. The interior of the phonograph is orange and contains the working parts of the machine. The case holds a yellow brown felt turntable, tone arm, support bracket, brake, motorboard lifting knob and screws, needle, crank, speed regulator and a soundbox. The soundbox reads: [Victrola 4 / Victor Talking Machine Co. / Camden, N.J. / U.S.A.] The crank snaps into a holder on the top of the interior. The Victor Victrola phonograph logo with the dog is also on the interior, top portion of the machine. Underneath the turntable, a metal plate reads: [VV2 30 25215]. There is also a card that reads: [4931 Inspected Part 18447 / Cabinet / Mach.Equip. / Elec. Equip.] The card has a black ink mark running through the Mach. Equip. line. There are numbers written in pencil in some of the fields of the card.
Wood mahogany music cabinet (2014.316.1a) with beveled glass mirror (2014.316.1b) set vertically on top of the cabinet. The mirror has a straight bottom edge, rounded sides, and a rounded top with a broken finial. The cabinet has carved cabriole legs in front and straight legs in back. The legs have several nails hammered on the sides for support. The feet of the front legs are carved in the cloven style. The front of the cabinet has door with an acanthus leaf carved into it at the bottom. There are shelves inside the door.