"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. "
"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…"
"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."
"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 ?"
"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…"
"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…"
"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 !!"
"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…"
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