The Broyhill Saga

One of the most fun parts of buying vintage furniture is learning about the manufacturers and designers. For me, buying a piece has always been a gut reaction—design love at first sight—but the first thing I always do when I get home is Google it. It’s not always about finding out how good of deal I got (although that’s always fun), it’s also to learn when a piece was made, who made it and, most importantly, what incredible matching pieces might be out there.

A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a Craigslist ad for a china hutch. Staring at the tiny, poorly lit, out-of-focus images I realized this was not a hutch, but a room divider. A room divider! The elusive unicorn of mid-century furniture. An email was sent in the wee morning hours requesting a time to come pick-it-up.

Broyhill Saga Room Divider, Front

Broyhill Saga Room Divider, Back

It’s a cool divider. Unlike most hutches, this two-piece divider is finished on both sides so it can sit in the middle of a room instead of against a wall. The top features a two door cabinet surrounded by cubby holes with three slender drawers along the bottom. The base features three center drawers with a cabinet on either side. But the best part of it by far is the little starbursts carved into the door fronts. A tag in the drawer revealed this was from Broyhill’s Saga Collection.

          

Broyhill is a quality maker widely known for their great mid-century furniture including the much-coveted Brasilia line. Saga is more subtle than Broyhill’s other lines, with darker wood tones and crisp lines. Like their other lines, however, Saga included a lot of other pieces from bedroom and dining furniture to office and living room pieces. I wondered if I’d ever see another piece…

Until about week a later when I ran across another Craigslist ad for a china hutch. There it was, the full-size china hutch. With a base identical to the divider, the two piece china hutch has a tall topper with fixed shelves and four large panes of glass. My favorite part of it, however, is hidden away: the crazy purple and blue felt lined silverware drawer with a removable tray.

Having never seen a single piece in 20 years and then finding two pieces in two weeks, how lucky can a guy get? Surely it would be awhile before finding another…

Until I went to a thrift store the following week, where among the particle board desks and filthy threadbare sofas sat a demure little Saga hutch with glass by-pass doors. Insane. Just insane. I began envisioning a house densely packed with nothing but Saga. If I began finding a piece every week, where would the madness end? Much like Happy Meal toys, it’s difficult to fight the urge to COLLECT THEM ALL!

Alas, the madness has ended—for the time being anyway. Not a stick of Saga since that last find. These have already found a new home, but now that I can spot it a mile away, Saga’s starburst has branded itself on my radar for the future.

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52 Comments

  1. Susie
    Posted January 10, 2013 at 1:28 pm | Permalink

    Hi!
    Love your saga furniture. So I was just curious, I just came across the same little saga hutch but the by pass doors were missing and it didn’t have a “perfect” finish like yours seem to have. If you don’t mind, I was wondering how much you paid for the hutch, I have no idea what these are going for, but I know I would have to replace the glass if I purchased, hey wanted $200. Thanks for any info…

    Susie

    • Austin
      Posted January 10, 2013 at 5:52 pm | Permalink

      Hi Susie! First I should say that we’re not qualified to offer appraisals, so this information is simply opinion. My small Saga hutch was found a thrift store for only $50, which is an exceptional bargain. It didn’t require much other than polishing. A lot of factors affect the market value of any piece of furniture. The manufacturer, designer, overall look, condition and location of the item all make a big difference. In excellent condition this could sell for $500+ on the very high end retail in a metropolitan area, but in most cases should retail for $250-300. Condition is critical to mid-century furniture and any flaws generally lower the price considerably unless the piece is rare or highly sought-after. From experience we can tell you the glass alone will cost about $75-100 per door to replace and if it needs refinishing, you’ll have to factor that in as well. The value of damaged furniture is difficult to assess, so I would advise only to pay what a piece is worth to you as furniture. Hope that helps!

      • Lexi
        Posted May 12, 2015 at 1:47 pm | Permalink

        Is this collection highly sought after? Because I’m having a hard time justifying this price tag otherwise (mostly because I know this person just purchased the item and relisted for $300 more than the original seller had it up for). http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/fuo/5021846536.html

        • Austin
          Posted May 12, 2015 at 3:17 pm | Permalink

          Hi Lexi. I should really reinforce the idea that I’m not qualified to offer appraisals of anything and I’m certainly not that familiar with markets outside of my own. But I do sell vintage furniture at retail and, in my opinion, the prices the seller is asking don’t seem out of line for what they have. Credenzas and matching nightstand pairs are among the pieces of furniture my buyers ask for the most. That demand might be entirely independent of Saga’s popularity specifically—people just want mid-century furniture right now and they really want these functional pieces. Current prices reflect that. Personally I wouldn’t try to sell something at a profit through the same channel where I purchased it without waiting a bit, but I guess that’s the seller’s prerogative.

          • Lexi
            Posted May 13, 2015 at 6:33 pm | Permalink

            Thanks for the insight! The piece is actually the china hutch you listed above, just without the hutch atop of it because he wants to sell the credenza for $600 and the hutch for $400 as a curio cabinet on hairpin legs. He said if selling together, $700 is the best he could do. There’s a seller 6 hours away from me looking to sell both pieces for $250, so maybe I will just make the drive. :/

          • Austin
            Posted May 13, 2015 at 6:48 pm | Permalink

            A road trip is always fun! I actually sold all of these pieces to someone 5 hours away who then resold them in the a stronger market. It can definitely be worth the trek to get what you want at the price you want. Good luck!

          • Guy
            Posted June 1, 2015 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

            Thanks for the photos. We were wondering what our piece was; i.e., THE ROOM DIVIDER. The top is, of course, separate. Hate to tell you this, but we picked it up for $100 four blocks form our house at a yard sale. We searched for the photos but found them here on your site; so, a big thanks and a great presentation. We’re in Fresno, California.

  2. Stacey
    Posted January 13, 2013 at 8:10 pm | Permalink

    Snag Team,
    I just ran across your blog as I was google searching Broyhill Saga furniture. My mother passed away last year and we now have to clean out the house. She has a 3 piece bedroom set – headboard, side table/cabinet, and dresser with cupboards and drawers. I know you don’t appraise but what would be an acceptable asking price for say a Craigslist posting? I was thinking of $300 for the whole set. I have other lamps, chair, table, etc. of that era that I need to find a good home for too and have no idea on prices. Any help you can provide would be great – thanks team!
    Stacey in Idaho.

    • Austin
      Posted January 14, 2013 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

      Hi Stacey. It’s never an easy task to clean out an estate, especially if it is that of a loved one. I’ve cleaned out two family estates myself. First I’ll give you some advice on selling the estate, and then some specifics on your furniture. If the estate is sizable, consider hiring someone to conduct a tag sale or find an estate buyer who will purchase the entire household. Generally dealers will pay about 30% to 50% of what they plan to sell everything for, tag sale companies will usually charge a flat fee as well as a percentage of the sales. If the estate has many mid-century items, seek out a buyer who specializes in that market to get better prices. While it’s easy to say you can sell it all yourself for top dollar on Craigslist, know that it’s a ton of work and can take literally years to accomplish.But, for the brave (and I would probably include myself in this category) you can certainly sell everything yourself on Craigslist, eBay or even an estate sale you run yourself. You can ask higher prices on Craigslist and eBay, but it takes time to make the listings and deal with buyers individually. At a tag sale you’ll need to price well below retail, but you can clear out an entire house in 1 or 2 days and have cash in hand.

      Now, for the goods. You’ve described the dresser as having cupboards so I think you may have the Broyhill Saga Magna Dresser, which is a large squarish dresser. This is actually a pretty sought after piece and in great condition, should bring $300-500 in it’s own right. If the dresser is low and long, it’s probably a credenza, but still pretty desirable. For an entire bedroom set, I think you could sell it for $500-700, provided the condition warrants that price. If the headboard is a queen (or full/queen convertible, if it has two sets of holes for the bed frame on each side, it’s a convertible) you should definitely ask the higher price. We wish we could make it out to Idaho and see what you’ve got to offer, but hopefully this is some advice that will help you find loving homes for your mom’s stuff.

      • Stacey
        Posted January 16, 2013 at 4:23 pm | Permalink

        Austin,

        Thank you so much for your advice on clearing my mom’s estate items – it helps a lot. I found you were correct on the dresser it is the Magna Dresser. The bed must just be a double because I do not see a second set of holes for adjustment. I have not run across a picture of the cabinet night stand yet, but thanks to your blog I know what to look for. I’m going to be brave and try to list my mid-century items myself……:)
        Thanks again,
        Stacey

  3. Susie
    Posted January 15, 2013 at 8:41 pm | Permalink

    Austin,

    Thanks so much for the information! Just wanted to let you know, I went ahead and purchased the little hutch. I haggled it down to $160 even though it does have some scratches in the wood I glad I got it! Also wanted to let you know I got both pieces of glass replaced for $40 total! Now I just have to figure out how to touch up these small flaws so I don’t have to refinish the whole piece. Now I’m wanting to collect the series too, the starbursts and style is so great!

    • Angela
      Posted January 15, 2013 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

      WHAT! $40 for both pieces of glass? That’s way better from when I purchased a glass door just a few months ago…although ours needed a hole drilled and all the edges polished. But happy for you :) Congratulations on your new purchase!

  4. Austin
    Posted January 15, 2013 at 8:52 pm | Permalink

    Hi Susie. We’re so glad you snagged your hutch—and we’re a little amazed at the great deal you got on the glass doors! To really get your hutch looking great, clean the finish with Formby’s Almond Lustre. For small touch-ups, I prefer to use Watco Danish Oil, you’ll probably want to buy it in dark walnut color. Just apply the Danish oil to the scratches / damaged areas and wipe the area dry with a clean cloth. This trick works wonders and we’ll be doing a full how-to post on this in the future, so stay tuned. Good luck building your Saga army!

  5. Susie
    Posted January 15, 2013 at 9:13 pm | Permalink

    Oh wow, you read my mind! I was kind of lost on how to go about fixing the scratches and also what furniture polish I should use to clean it up. So now I have both answers, thank you! Im off to search where to get these. And I’ll be eagerly awaiting your how to post. Thanks again for the tips

    Susie

  6. Posted February 11, 2013 at 8:46 am | Permalink

    That Saga series is you have is superb!!! I just sold a small credenza version that I had in stock , and it was actually the first time I came across one here on the east coast. Now I have something else to keep my eye out for.

  7. Debbie
    Posted February 17, 2013 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    Hi, Austin – I have my parents 5 piece Broyhill Saga bedroom set. There is a full-sized bed frame with head and footboard, 2 night tables, a tallboy and a credenza style dresser with mirror. The head and foot boards have been in storage at my parents and are in impeccable condition while the rest of the set was used by me the past 20 years and is in slightly used but very good condition. I need to sell it all as we have changed the bedroom it used to be in into a study for our daughter. I am in Cleveland. What is the easiest way to sell it and are you still in the market for more Broyhill furniture:)? Thanks so much for your help.

    • Austin
      Posted February 17, 2013 at 2:05 pm | Permalink

      Hi Debbie, I wish I had a spot for a 5 piece set, I’d contact you in a heartbeat! But selling mid-century furniture in most larger areas like Cleveland shouldn’t be a huge challenge, especially since you already know what you’ve got. I recommend photographing the entire set clearly and putting in on Craigslist. Be sure to include “Mid century modern” somewhere in the posting title as well as “Broyhill Saga.” In the listing be honest about the condition and provide dimensions for each piece. If you prefer not to have buyers enter your home, consider moving the set to a garage for easy access.

      You also have the option of offering the set for sale to antique dealers in your area. Often you can find them online or even Facebook, but bear in mind they will have to make a profit and can’t pay full market value for your pieces. Still, it can be a great option to sell it fast and help a local business thrive.

      You might also consider eBay. In larger cities, eBay isn’t a bad option for local buyers to find your furniture. Just remember that eBay and PayPal will take a percentage of the sale price.

      I hope this helps you find a new home for your furniture. Good luck!

    • Katie
      Posted August 27, 2014 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

      Austin, I wish I would have seen your post last year! I have been on the hunt for a Broyhill Saga bedroom set with no such luck. I envy whoever ended up with your set!!

  8. Debbie
    Posted February 18, 2013 at 7:04 am | Permalink

    Austin – Thanks for your speedy reply. I may try contacting some antique dealers at this point. I’m sorry you don’t have the space but your advice and appreciation for this line of furniture is very encouraging. Thanks again!

  9. Holly
    Posted March 4, 2013 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

    Hi! I am actually researching one of the pieces you had. I have the exact same Broyhill starburst walnut room divider in perfect condition, straight from the show room to my grandmothers home for the last 50 years and now in my home. No scratches, dings, everything is original. I am looking to sell it, any suggestions on what I could sell this piece for? Or where to look for comparison?

    • Austin
      Posted March 4, 2013 at 11:05 pm | Permalink

      Hi Holly! The room divider is probably one of the best pieces you could have from the Saga line. It’s versatile and practical for nearly any room in the house, plus it looks really cool. All of these make it desirable. When it comes to determining a price, you have to consider the condition, the market and your goals. In excellent condition, it should sell between $500-$1500. That’s a pretty wide margin, and that’s where the “market” part comes in. $1500 would be retail in a metropolitan area with motivated buyers. In other places of the country the price may be less, especially from a private seller. I recommend checking local shops that specialize in mid-century modern to get an idea of pricing. If there are several shops with high pricing, it may be a good indicator that the market is strong in your area. If there are fewer shops with lower prices and lots of inventory, maybe not so strong of market.

      Selling on eBay is an option to overcome a stagnant local market. Search for Broyhill Saga in completed auctions to see what pieces have actually sold for. Some pieces sell very easily regardless of high shipping costs. Many shippers are available who will package and ship the item for you, and a very motivated buyer may even drive hundreds of miles for it. You might also consider advertising on Craigslist in the nearest major cities.

      Finally, consider your goals. Do you need it to sell fast or do you need more cash out of it? There’s a buyer out there for every reasonable price point, but on the high end it might take months to find them and on the low end it might sell in hours. Obviously you want to see your piece loved in its new life, so also consider that a buyer who is willing to pay more will probably have a greater appreciation for it than someone just buying it for furniture value.

      I hope this helps you find your piece a loving new home!

  10. Posted June 10, 2013 at 7:59 am | Permalink

    BEAUTUFUL! I picked up a nine drawer Saga, which was used as a giant toolbox! Was beat up. I sanded ,painted, and am so in love with it, I painted my in home office to suit it! I just couldn’t sell it! Am looking for another as a DIY for a customer……hard to find.

    • Austin
      Posted June 18, 2013 at 9:19 pm | Permalink

      Cheryl, we love that you saved a wonderful piece! My purist side says “never paint!” but my practical side knows sometimes there’s no better option for badly abused pieces. It was fortunate to wind up in the hands of someone who could love it. We’d love to see a picture, email it to info@snagblog.com.

  11. Tracy
    Posted January 14, 2014 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    Hi
    I just purchased my first piece of the Saga by Broyhill. I don’t know if its a credenza or a dresser. The Habitat ReStore I purchased it from had it listed as a dresser. It is somewhat low profile with six drawers on either side and 2 center door with 3 drawer inside. It also has the star pattern on the doors. I paid $130 for it and I feel I got a good deal. I mainly purchased it because it was made of solid would with a wonderful wood grain pattern. I have become obsessed with this line of furniture. I love it. I hope to find some more pieces locally to add to this one. Luckily, my grandmother taught the ins and outs of refinishing vintage furniture.

  12. Carol Mackey
    Posted April 12, 2014 at 11:37 am | Permalink

    We purchased the bedroom set of Saga when we were first married in 1961. We are still using this furniture in the bedroom, but have the double bed headboard is storage. Since we can’t use the present headboard, we are looking for other components that could be remade into the larger headboard. In 1963, my husband bought some black walnut, made a shaper table for the legs and built a stereo cabinet that matched the Saga furniture, complete with the stars in the double doors. Very sturdy and heavy! But still beautiful after 51 years of use. Would love to have another couple of bedside tables.

    • Austin
      Posted April 13, 2014 at 10:23 am | Permalink

      Carol, thanks for sharing your story. We’re so happy to hear your pieces are still being loved in their original home. If you’re interested in using your old full-size headboard with a larger mattress, there are options. Most mattress stores and even Amazon sell full-to-queen converter kits that have wider, longer frames with center support for the larger mattress but still allow you to use your head and footboard. Another option would be to hang the old headboard on the wall behind your bed. This also helps account for the taller height of most modern mattresses.

      • Carol
        Posted April 13, 2014 at 2:06 pm | Permalink

        Thanks Austin. For the past 10-12 years, we used the headboard with the extender for the queen mattress. We just changed to a Cal-king with adjustable beds. So, really didn’t think that the headboard looked right with the larger bed. Still looking for a couple of other pieces to use or make into some bed side tables, or maybe something for a TV. We’re still thinking. Our furniture is still in great condition.
        A little love goes a long way with good furniture.

        • Diane
          Posted May 9, 2017 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

          I have a Saga king sized bookcase headboard to sell if anyone is interested. I love this headboard but have downsized to a queen bed and it’s just too big. I don’t really know how much to ask.

  13. Cynthia
    Posted April 12, 2014 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

    My Mother recently passed away and I am at her house cleaning it and donating goods, etc. I just looked up her bedroom furniture and it is Saga by Broyhill Premiere. I would love to find someone in the Chicago area who might be interested in purchasing the set – any ideas? Thank you!

    • Carol
      Posted April 13, 2014 at 9:07 am | Permalink

      What pieces do you have and is it possible that you might have a couple (or one ) night stand that you would sell separately? We will be in Indiana for graduation during May and then again in June!

    • Austin
      Posted April 13, 2014 at 10:29 am | Permalink

      Cynthia, hopefully you can work something out with Carol! For the rest of your pieces, it just depends on how you’d prefer to sell it. Craigslist is an easy option. Take good pictures, describe it well and wait for the buyers to contact you. If you’d rather not hassle with individual buyers, contact a vintage resale store in your area (consider Found-Vintage Living in Andersonville, http://www.foundvintageliving.com, who consequently purchased all of my Saga pieces shown in this post). They’ll have to resell it, so bear in mind they can’t pay full retail, but they will find it a loving home. Good luck!

  14. Carol
    Posted April 13, 2014 at 2:14 pm | Permalink

    Cynthia, if I were you, I would try to first sell the furniture as a group if possible. Don’t break up the set until you have tried the group selling first. I will be able to find something that I need in the future…I’ll just keep looking.

  15. Kelly
    Posted May 30, 2014 at 8:37 am | Permalink

    We just purchased a beautiful Broyhill Bedroom Suite. The only problem is we cannot identify the design. We know it’s Danish style and we believe based on the last two digits of the model #’s that it was made in 1963. If anyone can tell us what style it is, we would be so appreciative. It is a great set with a walnut finish and there are no drawer pulls at all, the ends of the drawers are curved outward. The two nightstands have just one drawer with the same curved drawer ends and the same with the two dressers. There are no diamond patterns or design in the pieces, just sleek beautiful style. The queen sized head board has two separate walnut head areas and has a roundish curve. It is not a solid head board all the way across. There are old Broyhill tags attached but there is nothing inside the drawers to indicate from what line it is. Wish I could attach pics. Thank you!

    • Austin
      Posted June 3, 2014 at 7:59 am | Permalink

      Hi Kelly, feel free to send me pictures (austin@snag-blog.com) and I’ll do my best to ID it!

  16. April
    Posted June 3, 2014 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    I have the Broyhill Saga chest of drawers for sale on our local craigslist. I had someone come look at it and said they didn’t want it cause it wasn’t real wood. I had advertised it as solid wood. It seems it is to me. What is your opinion? I can’t find any facts about it online. Thanks!!

    • Austin
      Posted June 3, 2014 at 8:06 am | Permalink

      Hi April. I believe Broyhill Saga is like many other Broyhill lines of the era (including Brasilia) in that it is made of wood, particle board and hardwood veneers. Generally the body of the cabinet is made of a heavy particle board veneered with walnut-stained mahogany. The legs are solid wood and the drawer fronts are solid wood with mahogany veneer. Many of the Broyhill case pieces, however, were also available with wood-look Formica tops. Without seeing your piece, I can’t say if it has a Formica top or not, but it’s also entirely possible that your buyer simply didn’t know what he was talking about :) I generally refrain from using the term “solid wood” when selling mid-century furniture. Solid wood often implies that the entire cabinet is constructed of solid walnut or teak or whatever the finished piece looks like, but 99% of mid-century furniture—even the really high-end stuff—is veneer over wood, plywood or particle board.

  17. Kristen
    Posted November 10, 2014 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

    Hi,
    Thanks for posting all of this great information! It was really helpful with identifying our piece.

    I saw the small china hutch posted on Craigslist and instantly fell in love with it. Completely in tact, no damage, and just a beautiful piece.

    And, best part, it was FREE!!! Been looking for years for a smaller sized china hutch in the midcentury style/finish, and this is spot on for what we were looking for. Just absolutely in love with it!!

    • Austin
      Posted November 10, 2014 at 9:38 pm | Permalink

      That’s awesome, Kristen! Saga is such a nice, understated design and you can’t beat free.

      • Kristen
        Posted November 20, 2014 at 8:28 am | Permalink

        Is there a way for me to post a pic of it? Got it all nicely cleaned up (Old English Oil is AMAZING stuff!!)

        • Austin
          Posted November 20, 2014 at 10:26 am | Permalink

          Sure, Kristen. Send the photo to me at austin@snag-blog.com and we’ll show it off for you.

          • Kristen
            Posted November 20, 2014 at 12:08 pm | Permalink

            Sent the pics, thank you!

  18. Diane
    Posted February 8, 2015 at 9:56 pm | Permalink

    I was stunned when I came across your website with the Broyhill Saga collection. I’m starting to sell off furniture in my parents’ home and they have the china hutch that you have pictured in the center. It has the glass doors too. Plus… they have the matching dining room table with leaf/leaves and six chairs. They even had pads custom made for the table top to protect it when a table cloth went over it. We’ve had it in the family since the 70’s. Wow… I’m excited! Thank you for sharing this collection!

  19. Bree
    Posted February 8, 2015 at 11:59 pm | Permalink

    Hello! I was getting ready to sell our bedroom set and ended up falling into dojng some research into it just find out if it was solid wood or not and found out how rare what we have actually is. I have the bedroom set with two dressers, one tall, one long and low with mirror and king size headboard with two matched side tables. You seem to know an awful lot about the saga collectionn and I was curious.if you had any suggestions as to a collector or dealer to sell to? I almost let it go whole set for 120 not knowing what it was!

  20. Dirk Pittman
    Posted April 30, 2015 at 10:30 pm | Permalink

    If anyone is interested, I have a saga queen bedroom set. Headboard, long dresser, tall dresser, and night stand. Let me know. Need space. It is beautiful, but just not our style.

    • Virginia M Johnson
      Posted May 24, 2015 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

      Good Evening,
      I just came across your post about Broyhill saga bedroom set. I am very interested depending on your location and asking price. Could you email pics and prices please.

      Thank you,

      Ginny

  21. Dirk Pittman
    Posted April 30, 2015 at 10:31 pm | Permalink

    sorry, I also have the mirror for the long dresser.

  22. Rachel S
    Posted September 21, 2015 at 9:54 am | Permalink

    I am just purchased the Broyhill Saga Credenza and hutch, however the person before me replaced the hardware, and now on the search to find the original hardware. Any suggestions would be more than welcome!

  23. Amy Beall
    Posted January 1, 2016 at 5:30 am | Permalink

    I have this china cabinet, excited to read about your finds. Any suggestions on how or where to sell this in Maryland? Thank you!

  24. David
    Posted July 18, 2016 at 9:14 am | Permalink

    Hi, I have collected the entire dinning room set over the past two years, the Saga table, 6 chairs, China Hutch and Credenza/ sideboard. It is really a great collection. Looking for Star etched Mirror!!

  25. Cathy Meyer
    Posted December 22, 2016 at 7:33 am | Permalink

    Hello,

    I so enjoy looking at photos of these MC pieces. I had a guest to my home that announced “You have a piece from the Saga collection.” I knew from the drawer tag it was Broyhill but that’s all. My parents never purchased any of the 2 hutches you showed. Our credenza was placed against a wall. I really think I gave their bedroom set to Metropolitan Ministry. I was 27 at the time and thought furniture all came in boxes. Anyway, I found it so interesting that these Saga hutches were ever made. I could feel your thrill and excitement over finding so many pieces. Such fun. My appreciation of Mid Century has filled our home once again. This time I know better.

    Many thanks,
    Cathy

  26. Alaina
    Posted June 30, 2017 at 9:49 pm | Permalink

    Wow!! I am in love with these pieces! I found a broyhill sage premier dresser and bed today at a thrift store for $180. The bed has an electrical plug but needs repair. Should I fix it or just leave it alone? Love love love this furniture and couldn’t believe it popped up at a thrift store!

  27. Anne
    Posted July 26, 2017 at 12:37 pm | Permalink

    Hi. I inherited the small Broyhill hutch shown above along with the table. Upon checking into the Saga series, I noticed that the 4 chairs that came with it are from The Brasilia collection. The hutch is in excellent condition, the table is in very good condition considering age and use. Two of the chairs are in good condition and 2 need some work. Chairs have been stained and seat covers replaced. I have it posted on craigslist now and haven’t had much luck. Someone wanted the table alone, but I didn’t really want to split the set up. I am in the Pittsburgh area and was wondering if you knew of anyone interested in purchasing this great set. Thanks.

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