This charming dining room set was made by Strombecker in the early 1930's. Made of light wood with glued construction and enameled in medium green. The set includes a large buffet with opening doors, table and 4 chairs. The boxed set from 1934 is shown on page 37 of; "American Dollhouses & Furniture from the 20th Century" by Dian Zillner and it does not include the smaller server which was either removed from the set by 1934 or added later.
Made in large 1" scale; the table measures 2 1/2" tall, 6" long and 3 1/4" wide. The buffet is 3" tall, 4 1/2" long and 1 3/4" wide.
While there are no breaks or repairs to any of the pieces, there is a lighter application of the spray paint that is usually found on these early pieces and the bare wood can be see on all and especially on the open-grained ends of the wood. The buffet actually appears to be a slightly different color due to this inconsistent paint application. The back and underside are closer in color to the other pieces. Also some play wear in the form of dings, paint chipping and overall patina. It is priced accordingly.