Hi Walt, My mother left me 2 small tables, the round top one might be a duncanphyfe? It is 27.75 inches high, the top is also 27.75 inches in diameter, the top is 3.5 inches
deep, the drawer is 12.5 inches wide, the square top is 30×21.75 inches, is also 27.75 inches high and was professionally refinished about 20 years ago, thanks for the
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Now for your tables:
Your round table is a very popular 1930s Mahogany Duncan Phyfe style Drum Table. $50 to $75.00
A New York cabinetmaker, Duncan Phyfe (1795-1856) made fashionable furniture for the carriage trade of his day. His finest work was done from 1800 to 1820. Almost all of the Duncan Phyfe furniture you see is 1930s -40s reproduction issue.
The second stand you have is a Victorian Maple Eastlake style stand. We know it’s Eastlake style from the design on the base. Circa 1870s to 90s.
It’s been re-finished, but in nice condition. I’d put it at about $75.00 to $125.00 retail.
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