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    Posted 11 years ago

    jsw14
    (120 items)

    If I remember right I gave 125 for this in 1998. Has beveled glass & two doors. One in front & one in the back. Don't know age but I've not seen many of these around. Any info welcome!

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    1. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      I believe this is a tea table. I see them all over the place down here in the south.
    2. jsw14 jsw14, 11 years ago
      I'll take that info, sounds better then Chocolate table.... Tea anyone? Heehee....
      p.s. i'd hate to see this full of chocolate.....
    3. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      WHAT?? Chocolate trumps tea any day! LOL
    4. jsw14 jsw14, 11 years ago
      Your tooooooo funny tikiray!!!!!!!
    5. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      What can I say..... chicks like chocolate!
    6. jeffbuckler jeffbuckler, 11 years ago
      thats a beauty!
    7. cis2you cis2you, 11 years ago
      made in Malaysia, it is called a chocolate or tea cart.
    8. Tamia Tamia, 11 years ago
      I've got an identical table and I love it. It is called a chocolate table, don't remember why, I've got a miniature porcelain tea set in mine with a small light up Christmas tree for lighting. I gave $100 for mine about 2 years ago, but have seen them in antique shops for $300 to $500 (depending on the shop). They also come in kidney shaped and oval. One of these days I intend to have a whole set!
    9. SMD SMD, 11 years ago
      Perhaps it is called a chocolate table because that is where one would store their chocolate set? A chocolate set was similar to a tea set, but used to serve hot chocolate.
    10. dah2112 dah2112, 11 years ago
      love it never seen anything like it,thanks for sharing
    11. Jill, 10 years ago
      These are replicas of Antique tea display tables. Americans started calling them chocolate table because of the rebellion against tea prices during the revolution. My mother collected antiques and purchased two in the Stone Mountain, Ga. area about 50 years ago. Her's are solid oak. One is square and all four sides open in a drop down fashion. The other is retangle with a bow front and opens only from the front. Her's are the only antiques I have ever seen. A company called Furniture World makes reproductions in three different shapes.

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