19"W, 25"H, 27"L. Mahogany?
These belonged to my great grandmother. Circa 1930's?
Thanks so much, Nate, for the additional photographs of markings. If these had been made by the 20th Century shop of Duncan Phyfe they would certainly have been marked as such. They were mass-produced by one of dozens of shops - from Grand Rapids Michigan to NYC and elsewhere - making inexpensive furniture in the Colonial Revival style. These are quite practical but unfortunately, the taste and demand for such is quite low so these do not bring much at auction these days.
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, these are:
A pair of Federal style partial embossed leather-inset mahogany end tables
Probably made in America, 1920s-1930s
Each 25 inches high, 19 inches wide, 27 inches long
CONDITION: wear appears commensurate with age and use
PROVENANCE: owned by great-grandmother
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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