I recently bought a B&G dining table with 5 chairs. It has some markings on the underside as well as a B&G stamp.How do I date the table and I'm interested in determining it's approximate value.Thank you all for help. Any questions please ask.SteveSee More
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"I'm thinking I heard the former owner reference French as well. She was an interior designer doing well in NY from 1923-1948.
Since I'm new here, I posted pics on the general discussion page yesterday. Tom of…"
"Hi Steve, appears to be French, I think Louis XVI style. But without seeing the construction, the inside of the piece or the joinery, it's next to impossible to tell. It could be modern, or antique?
We would need much better detailed…"
Hi all, I'm new here. I have two pieces I'm trying to identify, and would eventually like to pursue value info. Pics below. Realize they aren't enough, but a start. Thanks for comments and questions, Steve …See More
"Hi all, I'm new here. I have two pieces I'm trying to identify, and would eventually like to pursue value info. Pics below. Realize they aren't enough, but a start. Thanks for comments and questions,…"
"Where is the rest of the picture? The legs, the feet, the sides, the back, the drawer open, the drawer removed showing construction, the bottom, the door open and shelf inside.
How tall is it? Where did you get it? What research have you…"
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