Can you help me identify this table?

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  • It looks like a door that has been turned into a table. But I may be wrong.

  • 2dogal 2dogal on Mar 01, 2019

    I agree, I don't think this is the original top. The table legs have too much of an oriental look.

    • Em Em on Mar 01, 2019

      The flowers are Oriental looking as well. I believe it is the original top.

  • Deana Haddon Dayton Deana Haddon Dayton on Mar 01, 2019

    Looks like a table my neighbor had in the seventy's. I believe it is by Thomasville. Hope this helps

    • Jan Jan on Mar 01, 2019

      Not sure it is Thomasville, but I do agree it is most likely factory made.

      The gold/brass (hard to tell in picture) around the table looks original, not sure if the chairs are.

      The top is too thin to be a door.

  • Sharon Gott Griffin Sharon Gott Griffin on Mar 01, 2019

    I believe it started as a door, probably made somewhere around Bali. The wood looks like it and the carved florals.

    The base and chairs are not original to this top but they have an Asian influence. I woud stain the top darker to show off the carving better. Very pretty.

  • Sally-Charles Evans Sally-Charles Evans on Mar 01, 2019

    What ever it is, it is beautiful! I would get a piece of tempered glass cut to fit for the top so you don't need a tablecloth. Show this beauty off!

    • Linda Sue Arrowwood Linda Sue Arrowwood on Mar 01, 2019

      i agree glass top or add protective layer to protect inlays. I wouldn’t stain it darker either as the fine detailing would be lost. I have a table set and 2 buffets that were handed down to us but mom-in-law stained them darker and didn’t do a good job. Looks terrible!

  • Kathy Sullivan Kathy Sullivan on Mar 01, 2019

    It certainly looks like a vintage (1970’s) Chin Hua Dining set by Century.


  • Ellis Ellis on Mar 03, 2019

    This is obviously a set, since the chairs match the table so closely. It's also obviously Asian in style. I wouldn't do a thing to it except get the glass top others have mentioned. It's beautiful!.

  • Kelly-n-Tony Kelly-n-Tony on Mar 06, 2019

    It reminds me of my Italian teacart with inlays

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