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Identifying a Vintage Fold Top Table

What type of table is this? The feet are claw shaped.

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September 16, 20190 found this helpful

This is a drop-leaf table. The table doesn't take up much space when not in use.

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September 17, 20191 found this helpful

Neat! You don't see these often. They are antique/vintage game tables. Drop tables fold down, game tables fold up.


The shape of the table would be considered carved. If there is an official name for it, it is gone from my brain.

This is a really neat piece! I am guessing by the legs it is from the 1930s-1950s, but I would need to really get underneath and take a look at the underside to get a better feel for what you have.

What do the hinges look like? The screws? Are the feet brass or some other metal?

It is a really neat piece. Are you asking to sell or just for your info?

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September 17, 20190 found this helpful

I am looking to sell it. I have additional pictures of what you requested plus more.
Feet are wood. They have hinges and screws
I have a pic of the underside with markings

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September 17, 20190 found this helpful

The feet are wood. It has hinges and screws.
Here are more pics.
I am looking to sell this.

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September 18, 20190 found this helpful

You have a quality piece there!! I just saw the new pictures this afternoon.


Please check your private messages. I sent you some info that may help you! Blessings!

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September 23, 20190 found this helpful

You have an Imperial game table but the pictures do not show sufficient 'movements' of the table so there is no way to tell if the table turns/spins so that it is stable when you open the leaf.
Many people call this Duncan Phyfe style.
Does your table have a drawer that is 'open' when the top is turned?
I believe the claw feet may be metal and not wood?

You do not say that you are looking for current value but I believe this table may sell in the low hundreds.
There are a lot of vintage/antique game tables listed for sale but the Imperial tables do not appear to be in the high end field. I did find several similar styles listed for sale (only one sold listing) but if you review and read the descriptions you may get some ideas as to what is a good description and be sure to check the pictures because that is what sells furniture.


The following listings are not Imperial but similar game tables.

The following are Imperial game tables so you can see the similarity.

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