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    Posted 5 years ago

    barbz95
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    I picked this up at a thrift store for $20. I am wondering if anyone knows what type of table this was or what it was used for. I am using it as a coffee table, but I am sure there was another use for it. There is 1 drawer, along with 3 sectioned squares on the top, and one sectioned rectangle with the removable board that fits inside.

    Any ideas?

    Peace & Kindness,
    Barbz

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    Comments

    1. Celiene Celiene, 5 years ago
      Probably a combo coffee/telephone table. NOt sure why the lid would go inside the cabinet portion. Does it look like some brace to hold it were removed?
    2. barbz95, 5 years ago
      Thanks for the response Celiene! Yeah that part puzzled me as well. There are no signs of a brace to hold it at all. It is a sold piece of wood with no holes or other markings besides the one knob on the top.
    3. Gillian, 5 years ago
      How tall is it? I was thinking the curve would be where someone stood, or sat - for a retail purpose, or perhaps some kind of arts or crafts.
    4. barbz95, 5 years ago
      Gillian, its only about a foot and a half tall. Initially, that's what I thought it may be a sewing table or something to that affect, but since it is so short I am unsure. Maybe another type of craft though!

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