How can I assess the value of LANE Mid Century Modern end tables?
I have a set of these. They are stamped on the bottom with LANE and serial number. I dont know much about them except that they are Mid Century Modern. If anyone has any info on when they were produced, what type of wood they are made of and what the value is, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!
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Call an appraiser or antique dealer in your area.
This form is for DIY and I don’t think you want to refinish them.
I belong to 9 MCM groups on FB and 3 will allow you to ask what they are worth, meaning you’re intending on selling them.
You should be able to determine where to find a Lane Catalog through these forums, if you can’t find one through Lane.
The wood could be maple or birch, it doesn’t look like teak.
I would type in the S/N and look at EBay, Pinterest, Etsy...the usual suspects. Many will post historic information about the piece. The smoked glass says 70’s to me.
At the end of the day, they’re worth what the market will pay.
Look them up on eBay - SOLD items!
I would suggest contacting the Lane company. They keep good records and you might learn something if you go to their "Contact Us" area. I had some successful results when looking for a replacement lock for a cedar chest I purchased in 1966.
I wouldn't re-finish them, either. I would love to have them, though. They are beautiful..
Hi Dale, you should be able to look up info with the serial number by contacting Lane. But I did find this:
When in doubt I check ebay to see what something is going for.