There were some burnt marks where you can see the color of the table is lighter.
I mistakenly started to refinish my Lane table, how do I correct it?
I bought a table at a flea market for 25 bucks I thought it was nice so I bought it so that I could refinish it. After some research and decoding the serial numbers on the bottom I figured out that I pretty well sought-after table and I started to refinish the top and noticed that the wood grain was starting to fade off. Which only lead me to think that it would have had to have been a veneer on the top layer. Does Lane put veneer on their tables? I have only started the top of the table as far as refinishing it but after I seen this website I've learned that that that's not what I was supposed to do. So my second question would be how do I correct, as much as possible, what I've already done?
This is the other side where there were additional burn marks but larger. And I think an ink stain, if you look real closely there are little black dots that are well within the grain.
This is the length of the entire table from an aerial view
This is the logo on the bottom side of the top of the table which from what I understand the serial number means it was made on October 14th 1967? And I have scoured the internet and I cannot find another table with the same style number as mine. So I will be more than happy to know about if it's a rare table or not.
Side paneling on the long dimension of the table
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