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Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table

Posted by justme4now (My Page) on
Sat, May 26, 12 at 18:50

I know that this doesn't really 'fit' into the antique forum but since Linda and others have such a vast knowledge of 'stuff' .. I thought that I'd give it a try!

I purchased this table today because of the drop leaf design and the great condition.


My question is .. is it possible to find a maker?


Other than some numbers on the bottom and the table slides which say "Walter of Wabash" there are no other identifying marks.


Thank You Everyone.












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RE: Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table

One of many nice, but orphaned, pieces.


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RE: Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table

I wouldn't call it orphaned.....but perhaps B...rd! LOL! It doesn't know who it's daddy is and it really doesn't matter at all!! It's a sweet little table, looks like cherry. I have a cousin in maple made by Kling according to the metal tag in the drawer, but the legs on mine are not Queen Anne..(wish they were!).
Mine was new in 1959....and I still love it....handy table for supper for 2 or just as a side table.
Enjoy!
Linda C


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RE: Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table

You folks are the 'best'!

I really didn't think that I would ever find a maker.
(Just wanted an excuse to post some pictures) 8)

I paid $25.00 at Goodwill and I am always amazed at what people give away!

I took the pictures with a $300.00 olympus camera that I paid $8.25 at the same store!

And it was Brand New, still in the box!


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RE: Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table

( makes note.....don't forget Goodwill run this week...)


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