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"Very old" pine console table

Posted by nosoccermom (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 9, 14 at 17:45

What can you tell me about this table? Supposedly, it's pine, very old, with brass hardware, and tongue-and-groove drawers. Trying to buy it and figuring out what to offer.

Dimensions are: 33" x 46" x 21"

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RE: "Very old" pine console table

Looks like an indonesian reproduction table. Most of them are a type of rainforest mahogany that grows very quickly. The trees are cut down & the furniture is made with green wood. This is why the edges of the table are splitting. I wouldn't have this type of furniture in my house as it's cured with unknown chemicals.
I have been in a warehouse of this type of furniture & the offgassing of the finishes gives you a massive headache.

RE: "Very old" pine console table

My impression from the pictures is that this table is pretty new.

RE: "Very old" pine console table

My first thought was that it looks like one of those cheaper modern Asian imports.
Being quite close to Indonesia, we have whole stores dedicated to selling pieces like that table so you get an eye for it.

This post was edited by colleenoz on Sat, Jan 11, 14 at 10:57

RE: "Very old" pine console table

It's posted on CL, and you all confirm my impression.

RE: "Very old" pine console table

it's Chinese. you see them asking as much as $ 1,500.00 Dollars. I would offer a $100.00 Dollars.

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