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    Posted 10 years ago

    amgreen
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    I just purchased this coffee table on craigslist. When I got home I did a little research on mid-century furniture and Adrian Pearsall's name came up, I saw a table of his that looked similar. I was pleasantly surprised when I found my coffee table pictured on the first page of his catalog!

    It's a mid-century 893 TGO Oval "Jacks" coffee table in Walnut.

    I have seen similar models priced from $450-$5,000. Does anyone know how much this is worth? What year was it in production? Or how to tell if it IS an original? Its in good condition, light wear&tear on the wood base and glass.
    Thanks!

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    1. vintagemad vintagemad, 10 years ago
      I had a table just like this, my oldest son broke the glass when he was 2:( All it takes is one chip in the glass to make it unstable, so be careful.

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