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19th Century Giltwood, etched gilded glass top table?? Please help!!

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    Posted 10 years ago

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    Hi there, this is the last of my recent acquisitions. I love each piece, but would really appreciate any and all help experts like you on this site can help me in identifying them. For example, is this the correct era, material, any further input that anyone can give me would be so very appreciated. This looks 19th century to me, but then again is it holyywood regency? Forgive me for being a movie, but i am learning everyday with your help! I am a huge antiques lover,a nd am learning constantly. It's in excellent condition. Forgive the terrible photo quality. Thanks all!!

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      Really nice & I love the single carved support. Is it carved under the glass or maybe made for displaying things?
    2. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      mean to be like a hall table , that you can put your wallet or keys on say, when you first enter your home? The single gilt wood (i believe support) is originate and exquisite, I just wondered if anyone could provide me with more specifics! The photos aren't the nest, I know...
    3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      Luckily for you, our ratings aren't on you photographic skills. I don't know how anybody can tell much more with out inspecting. Judging age of wood, mortises etc.. This is something that takes an eyes-on approach.
    4. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      Agreed, but in terms of style alone, what do you say, 19th century or mid century… wow, now I'm showing my LACK of expertise, but I'm not afraid to admit. I am genuinely eager to learn as much as I can.
    5. tom61375, 10 years ago
      It's brilliant, Love it! Could you post a picture of the back, I'm curious? =)
    6. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      Hey Tom!!! Thanks for jointing. I love it too. Yes, will post tomorrow. I only got to take a few pics because I had very little time because I had help carrying it into this subterranean storage space, so I didn't get enough pics, very little light. And my wrist is inferred, But i plan to take more pics tomorrow. Will post. What are your thoughts on origins, etc? I also need to check it and the desk further for markings.
    7. tom61375, 10 years ago
      Hi TlovesS -oh my, hope your wrist recovers. No worries about the photo, lighting is always trouble in my pics. But eventually I will take new ones and update my photos from time to time. I look forward to seeing it, as well a new additions to you decadent decor collection. =)
    8. tom61375, 10 years ago
      Oh my origins, I'm leaning towards Crêpe Suzette. So I'll go with french. >.<
    9. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      Thanks Tom, and years, do you think 19th century? That's what i thought! I'll post more! And check out your collections too! Thanks all! Really looking for input from you guys!
    10. paultempler paultempler, 10 years ago
      Regency revival, with the mirrored sides looks 1940's !
    11. AmberRose AmberRose, 10 years ago
      I'm on Paul's team for the timeline.
    12. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      cool, are you guys on same side regarding french?
    13. AmberRose AmberRose, 10 years ago
      It really could go so many ways. Better pictures will help with that I hope. I could convince myself of half a dozen origins. Haha.
    14. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      Without more detailed construction pics., could be Late Neanderthal to me! Were they French?
    15. AmberRose AmberRose, 10 years ago
      Lots of cave paintings in France Blunder :))
    16. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      So I was right about being French but we still don't know the period!
    17. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      I was hoping to get more pictures today, but had no time. Tomorrow!!
    18. tom61375, 10 years ago
      No rush, we'll be waiting with great antisipation! LoL =^)
    19. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      Lol, thanks Tom! I know you're making fun of me! Would you have a look at my side tables with the drawers that Iposted and provide me your expert opinion on those (and of course, feel free to make fun of me… ha!)
    20. tom61375, 10 years ago
      Oh I never make fun of anyone. Just always excited to see other peoples treasures. >.<
    21. TlovesS TlovesS, 10 years ago
      Will you check out my side tables? No one likes those. If you think they bare ugly and worthless, you can say that too… I will shudder and hide, but it's ok..
    22. tom61375, 10 years ago
      I did, they do appear to be Hollywood regency.
    23. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      Ho-hum. I can go to bed now that I have solved all the mysteries of the world! The secret to eternal life was an easy one. Find out where you are going to die, & then just don't go there.
    24. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 10 years ago
      That makes sense Phil as the French never adapted anything from the English. Especially in the culinary field. Much to the relief of everybody.
    25. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 7 years ago
      This does remind me for some reason of 'maison jansen' furniture which was upscale and were in business until 1989. They would have marked their pieces though. The glass tops were popular in the 1940's and they used it for drum tables also which were popular then and even the sides of some were glass. Your table has a nice neo-classical style to it.
    26. Independence Independence, 7 years ago
      Hello TlovesS.. .Just joined the site a couple of days ago...I love your collection..You really have some wonderful pieces...Jimmy

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