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Recent activity103503 of 109680Old Danish China Coffee pots , have been in our family for 3 generationsVictorian Secretary with Curved Glass Cabinet
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Posted 4 years ago

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Timberidge
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This table has two small tables that slide into the bigger one. I guess if you have guests over you extend out the smaller tables for a fancy TV tray. No markings on bottom I can find. Would like to know any thing about it.

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  1. Toyman Toyman, 4 years ago
    Nice leather top tables from the early 50s
  2. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 4 years ago
    They were called 'nesting' tables for the obvious reason and they were just so that you could have more tables for guests, for tea, not T.V. They were made of various woods and had many different styles to go with your furniture.
  3. Timberidge, 4 years ago
    Thank you very much for your comments
  4. Pam, 3 years ago
    I also have tables like these except the top one (larger) is square like the other two. Does anyone know what the value of these might be? Thanks
  5. SMD SMD, 3 years ago
    I have a leather-top table like this, but it's a side table with a pull-out drawer (not nesting). It belonged to my great aunt.
  6. karola, 3 years ago
    Lovely set of nesting tables. Love them!

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