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What might one expect to pay for a banded mahogany double pedestal dining table 44" x 68" with 2 leaves 18" each? The table and leaves are in perfect condition. It was handmade by Charak and has a date stamp of 2-8-51. The pedestals are beautifully carved and there are hidden drawers at each end of the table.

Dear Jan,

Based on your description only, with not photo, a Charak banded dining table with
two leaves opening to 104 inches, seating 8 comfortably, would fall pricewise in
the range of $1,200. to $1,500.

With less people today furnishing dining rooms, the values have been on the decline.

Keep in mind, a larger table that would seat more would obviously be worth more.


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