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Tables412 of 1365My favorite Cloisonne hand Carved Tea Table with 4 Carved stools ChineseIrish George II Side Table and Canadian Coat of Arms, Tiffany's NYC
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    Posted 5 years ago

    christiane
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    I adore the design of this table and chair set I was given but I have no idea what it is/who made it. Please help!

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    Comments

    1. tlamp, 4 years ago
      Did you every ID these chairs?
    2. christiane, 4 years ago
      No I never have found out. I assume they are danish but I'm not sure.
    3. tlamp, 4 years ago
      Bummer! I'm keenly interested.... Are you sure there are no markings of any kind anywhere on the chairs or table? Stamps might have faded some so you may have to look very carefully. Cheers, T
    4. christiane, 4 years ago
      I am going to get out my I-spy magnifying glass and see what I can find.

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