Right Decision--Baker or Broyhill table
I just purchased a dining table for our local upscale consignment shop. Both tables I was considering (one Baker, one Broyhill) were mahogany and in equivalent condition (very good -- a few small nicks here or there, but no major scratches). I would guess that each piece was the same age -- at least 10 years old. The Baker table had more leaves, semi-circle edges that folded down, an band of lighter wood around the border and cost $600 more. I bought the Baker table, is it worth the extra money?