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    Posted 2 years ago

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    For the life of me I cannot seem to determine the origins of this table base. I found it at an antique store and bought it for $100. I built a poker table top and have used this as the base. I don’t think I’m doing it justice.
    It’s built using nails or press fit together. No screws. The decorative pieces are not all identical which seems to show it’s hand made. The effort to make this is impressive.
    Hoping someone here recognizes it.

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      Classic Eastlake-- probably had a marble top.

      The four "7" shaped pieces (lighter brown wood) that go to the center piece look to be later additions.


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