Tea or Side Table

Jun 29, 2021. 10:01 UTC
Tea or Side Table
United States of America

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This wood table has herringbone detail and interesting legs. It measures 21 and 1/4 deep by 21 and 1/4 wide. It is 15 and 3/4 inches tall. The finish is compromised, but there is no damage to the surface in the way of scratches or serious damage. It is in need of a bit of restoration if value merits.



This table came from a vintage store. No other information.

Answered within about 1 hour
Jun 29, 11:08 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$150 - $250 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$250 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Rhonda,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.

I can't tell how "compromised" the surface is from the photos but it has a very nice antique look. I would keep "as is" if you are planning to sell it; a new finish may raise a red flag among potential buyers and I would recommend letting the new owners decide if they want to refinish it.

Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A Regence style oak occasional table
In the French taste, circa 1900
The square top with inset herringbone-parquetry panel over a shaped apron raised on squared cabriole legs.
15 3/4 inches tall, 21 1/4 wide, 21 1/4 inches deep
CONDITION: client attests this has a compromised finish
PROVENANCE: acquired at a vintage store
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

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