Not only did Arcade Manufacturing Co. make trucks and cars for boys, but they also made larger dollhouse furniture just like the real things used by Mom. These items even have the company name on them like the real items did. This is the table and bench from a dining alcove made by Curtis. The dining alcoves were very popular in the 1920s.
The table measures 4-3/4" wide x 3" deep x 3" tall. The bench measures 4-3/4" wide x 1-3/4" deep x 4-1/4" tall. Both of these pieces fit into the 1-1/2 inch to 1 foot scale. They are in off white with the Curtis lettering in black.
The bottom of the table is marked "Made by Arcade Mfg. Co. - Freeport, Ill. - An Arcade Toy (decal)". The bench is marked "Arcade - Freeport, Ill." This is the original paint. As you can see, there is some paint wear. This is quite common with the cast iron toys. There is no other wear on these pieces. The decal and the Curtis marks are a little worn - but easily read.
Item ID: AD3384-J4H
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