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Discussion in 'Furniture' started by Crim000, May 21, 2020.

  1. Crim000

    Crim000 Member

    Any help on this is appreciated as always F5EE2748-045F-48FE-9A94-711AA05CA494.jpeg 8F075370-A182-4461-8354-E6CF71A63FD3.jpeg 5E71D668-B2C2-4AD4-AD60-94CE5F37DAD9.jpeg BF18CF73-7D6F-47AC-B16E-52BB33DA4475.jpeg 6C4D8AC8-F77B-4FEA-9DAE-F4A8D4A983E9.jpeg EB2B8080-1529-49CC-86B3-430AAD57DFF0.jpeg E710A6EC-77A8-4D27-8EC8-EA7F6BDE6818.jpeg 6BD73B0A-0CC2-4114-8350-770E13BA8045.jpeg
     
  2. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

    It looks 1940ish or after to me.
    May have had a glass top insert.
    Size would be helpful. Looks like an end table
     
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  3. Crim000

    Crim000 Member

    Table measures 29 inches in height and has a 21 by 21 inch top. I do know that this it is in Chippendale style or it is chippendale. Not 1940s and no glass top.Here is a cheaper newer version A746EC73-1E77-49B7-8F4D-DE1D039CCB83.jpeg
     
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  4. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    Isn't that a date stamp? 1932.
     
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  5. Crim000

    Crim000 Member

    I think it’s Table No. 32 as in Number not a date
     
  6. Iowa Jayhawk

    Iowa Jayhawk Well-Known Member

    Judging by the way the legs attach, I have to agree with clutteredcloset on the date. Might be as early as the 1930's. I would agree there probably wasn't glass on top. Stamp on underside of table tends to mean it was produced in a reasonable quantity.
     
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