Lane Step Tables question

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  1. Jd4kcmo

    Jd4kcmo New Member

    Hello I have a question I can across these tables today and was thinking about upcycling them but I fell like there make be more value to them as original cleaned up. Anyone have any info about these and value any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. yourturntoloveit

    yourturntoloveit Well-Known Member

    Hmmm, I wonder if there is a list (or lists) anywhere on-line that you could use to look up the Style # 1167 and the Serial # 753140 for furniture by Lane in Altavista, Virginia.

    Or perhaps you could call or write Lane and see if they can help you with your tables.
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  3. SBSVC

    SBSVC Well-Known Member

    JD, These may not be as old as you think they are.

    This is something I posted a couple of years ago, but it might help with identifying your tables:

    On this online site:
    I found the following info about dating Lane furniture:
    • On the underside of the piece you should also find a serial number. This is very helpful as you can determine the production date by reading the serial number backwards.
      • For example, our end table has the serial number: 063270 so our table was made on 07/23/60

      • Without a serial number, Lane cannot determine a date of production
    • Your piece may also contain an extra digit – this tells you the plant location

    In the case of your tables, the serial number 753140 would indicate that they were made on April 13th, 1957.
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  4. yourturntoloveit

    yourturntoloveit Well-Known Member

    Thank goodness SBSVC showed up with the information Jd4kcmo needed. ;) :happy:
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  5. Jd4kcmo

    Jd4kcmo New Member

    Thanks for the info but if you read it the way your example shows than 753140 would read April-/13-1957 or am I comparing it to you example the wrong way?
  6. SBSVC

    SBSVC Well-Known Member

    JD, you are so right! Sorry about that! (I went back & fixed it.)
  7. NaptownFTW

    NaptownFTW Member

    Not sure exactly which line those are from, but the good (more valuable) Lane is done in teak, walnut and ash, Danish modern, brutalist, etc.
    I like the stretcher design, but blonde Lane does not sell well. There were two standard end tables on eBay from that same line, in better condition, that sold at $129. Search lane blonde furniture.

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  8. Jd4kcmo

    Jd4kcmo New Member

    Thank you that search suggestion just pointed me in the right way as to what I will do with these tables.
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  9. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    No harm in upcycling these.
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