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    Default Great grandparents table

    I am trying to identify a table which belonged to my great grandparents. It is stamped as being built in Nov of 1954.

    Any help with identifying possible make etc would be greatly appreciated.
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    No idea of the maker, however it’s a production table and looks like it has a veneer lift on the one segment. It’s value is that it’s part of your family history, however it has no marketable value to someone else.
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    Default Re: Great grandparents table

    Hi, JDinATX.

    It might be a Duncan Phyfe dining table. Do a search and you'll find lots of info and similar for sale. I'm seeing asking prices from $1,900.00 to more than $3,000.00. I have a friend who has her grandmother's Duncan Phyfe dining table and chairs and it really is a beautiful, old set. Lovingly cared for. Eye of the beholder, right?

    TXCajun

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    Default Re: Great grandparents table

    No idea of the maker, however it’s a production table and looks like it has a veneer lift on the one segment. It’s value is that it’s part of your family history, however it has no marketable value to someone else.
    Duane Collie
    Straight answers from thirty years in the business.
    My Private Messages are Disabled - Please ask questions here in the forum
    I ask that you do NOT call my store with general furniture questions, that is what the forum is for

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