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I scored a beautiful Victorola credenza sadly it’s internal machine is missing but the cabinet itself is beautiful. It labeled VV-81 and I’m told it was a floor model for stores in 1925. It’s a reddish wood veneer with gorgeous rose type reliefs in the main corner fronts. My question is I have “upcycled” it into my vanity, storing makeup and skincare. My issue is the veneer is looking sort of dried or not shiny anymore. Would a natural polish like bees wax or something be ok without damaging my piece? I know it’s not worth much without it’s actual Victorola in it but it’s special to me as it is a 20th anniversary gift from my husband. I don’t want to harm it in my repurpose.
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