The reason for me writing is, after viewing your website, I realize that what I have sounds nothing like what you describe, or what I see in the photos. Our set is heavy and bulky, much more simplistic, and the chair handle/cutouts in the backrest are almost crescent moon shaped...nothing ornate at all. I guess you could say that the legs are spindled, but not delicate spindles. There are "pegs" at some junctions on the chairs, and the top of the buffet/highboy. As far as the age of this set, when we bought the furniture, we were told that it was approximately 40 to 45 years old. We have no way of confirming this information any longer, as the original owner is now deceased, but if true, this would mean our set was built in the mid to late 1940's.
Chris says that she would be willing to sell these pieces as pictured below. She says they have been subjected to everyday use and are in good tho not pristine condition.She has had them since 1987. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Detail of credenza/highboy knobs
This is a Golden Beryl Dinette table and chairs owned by Jackie Whitney (see note above)
This photo is a close-up of how a chair is constructed.
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Kathy Thompson also has some Maple Willett pieces for sale as of March, 2002. These are also from the Lancaster County collection. There is a chest with a wide single drawer at the top
The top drawer of this chest has the brown Willett marking
Another part of the collection is a double dresser
The following photos show the bed headboard and footboard. Note the "button" turnings similar to those on Sue Hayes' cherry pieces.
The back of the headboard has the red ink Willett Lancaster County marking.
Here is a maple coffee table for sale on ebay.
Here is a maple dinette set for sale on ebay