Posted 3 years ago
Well, I could tell how much my mom adored this table at the antique store, but the price was too high for her. So... :)
Surprised her the next day and had it set for 1930 (in just a few minutes as I was running behind from work and had to get the rust and grime off it.... plus our other table is a heavy beast that almost killed me in moving it by myself.....) to make it more presentable, and we had a nice supper that night.
Porceliron, by Ingram-Richardson Mfg. Co. of Beaver Falls, PA. They were around from the early 1900s (1912 for Porceliron merger) to 1965ish, with 'porceliron table tops' seen in magazines from 1917-1964, but I couldn't find out when this table was made. 1930s? 1940s? It has a very Art-Deco base and a bold patterned top.