George E. Harrison III
|I am able to answer most questions pertaining to the authenticity,collectability and values of high-end reproduction furniture. As an example, quality furniture produced by leading manufacturers such as Baker, Kittinger, Kindel, Saybolt-Cleland furniture companies.|
|In regards to American antique, vintage and collectible furniture I can help with wood identification, styles, age, periods, historical coatings, materials, techniques, repair, restoration, refinishing.
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your question as to worth an age this style is colonial revival style made in the 1920s it would sell in a shop , retail, at 300$ each. fortunate for you these will sell the same painted or original
the wood in the top is mahogany, this i can tell from the underneath picture. the legs are probably as well but cannot see the grain clearly. it was made in the 1900-1920 slot and is a replica of a
what did you want to know?
correction 1920s-1930s base is oak as well. so the leaf is stored full length under the table and the spring flips it up when the table is opened-----this is a different setup than i have seen,
send a pic of the mechanism you refer to 1920s top is oak cant see the grain in the legs