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Holly Kontos
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Holly Kontos replied to Chris Pollock's discussion Decanter with cordial glasses in the group Whadja Find Today
"What a Beautiful set, unfortunately I really do not know much about them, but you may try searching for a "claret Jug" or "Ewer" instead of a decanter and you may have better luck. I am guessing it is french. "
Tuesday
Fred Silva replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"I always wondered where it was made. Most furniture did come from the south. "
Apr 8
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"wow that's cool at least now I have an idea of what it is worth because I thought it was odd that I have not been able to find anything online anywhere with the double legs. I do have another similar table that came from my mother in law as…"
Apr 8
Fred Silva replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Holly , It was the exact same table. I could not find any pictures online. I advertised it for $475 and sold it for $350. I was amazed when I saw your table . Wish I had had a pair of them I could of made much more."
Apr 8
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Really did yours have the double legs as well ? I will have to pick up some formbys and give that a shot. I may end up selling it as well as I really do not have a space for it. Thanks !"
Apr 7
Fred Silva replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Beautiful table . I had one of these exact same tables. I sold it last year for $350 . I stripped it with formbys and just used furniture oil to bring back the shine . "
Apr 7
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"ok yes Thank You, I was just looking around on line and I had much better luck with the ball and stick search. But I still have not been able to find anything similar with the double legs. Is there anything you can tell me about that ?"
Apr 7
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"not arts and crafts, ball and stick, early style oak, i agree should be oak, dates i might get a little tighter 1890-1900, may be as late as 1910, fern stand or a leaded lamp table, the legs are not hand turned, machine done in GR. they are a…"
Apr 7
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"ok great thanks"
Apr 7
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Age is about right 1900-1910ish. It's not Mission but more arts/crafts."
Apr 7
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Yes that is what I found when I searched "mission style" as well. I also cannot seem to find anything with the double turned legs. Is there a certain terminology for this I should be using in my search ? Do you still think it was made late…"
Apr 7
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"A tad too curvy for Mission I think Vicki. Mission's mission was to make everyone a missionary thus the austere straight lines and right angles. It's a bit ball/stick style…"
Apr 7
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"We've had arts/crafts tables like this over the years, often from Grand Rapids or Brooklyn. It's a cool one and would clean up well I think."
Apr 7
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Wow Thank You so much Vicki ! I have been curious about it for some time now but I kept forgetting about it. I was thinking about cleaning it up and finding a spot for it instead of keeping it in the attic.  Thanks again !!"
Apr 7
vicki hufstetler replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Holly,  I would call this a "Mission Style" parlor table or side table. Sometimes folks call them "Candle-stands" as well.  I'm guessing here, but I'd say it dates to somewhere between the Art Nouveau era…"
Apr 7
Holly Kontos replied to Holly Kontos's discussion Side Table with double spun/turned legs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Here is a couple more pics"
Apr 7

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