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New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

Posted by thomasward00 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 10, 11 at 1:45

I'm not worried about the monetary value, just need help with approx age.

Thanks in advance..

https://picasaweb.google.com/thomasward00/HalfMoonTablePics?authkey=Gv1sRgCLzGtczUt-Ch-gE#


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RE: New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

As those semi lunar tables go, it's one of the nicer ones. It appears to be late 1930's to Late 1940's.
Linda C


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RE: New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

I have one just about identical to yours that I bought 30 years ago for 10$. It looks like you had to refinish the top, as I did. I still love my little table.:)


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RE: New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

One of my local Antique dealers looked at the pics today and said it is a DemiLuna table from the 30's...

There is just so much guesswork in Antique furnite...

I bought the table locally for 60 dollars and I'll prob have the top re finished, it is rock solid structurally.

Does anyone have any ideas on who made these tables in the 30's and 40's?


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RE: New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

It's a Demi lune console table from the 40's or even early 50's. They were made by everyone, Sears Roebuck etc, you probably won't be able to figure out who made it.


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RE: New To old furniture, need help with ago of half moon table

So it seems as though this wasn't a bad deal for 60 dollars...

I'm not worried about it's monetary value, it just looks great in my home.


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