Identifying an Old End Table

I inherited this old table. Can anyone help me id it and determine a value? I have more pictures if needed.

Thanks in advance.

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September 20, 20191 found this helpful

Look on the bottom for identifying marks. If you cant find one maybe a dealer will help you identify it.

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September 21, 20191 found this helpful

This is a really lovely piece of art.

Do you know any of the history on it?

My guess it is it American folk art, maybe 1800s or a nice reproduction of an 1800s piece.

This is something I strongly recommend taking to a good antique dealer and having him/her tell you what you have and the value in your town.

If the artist was famous (either locally or nationally or internationally) that could add to the value of the piece.

It is quite unusual.

Please post back what you learn!! I am so exited to hear what an expert says!

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September 25, 20190 found this helpful

Contact Charish.com ,they have a lot of wonderful pieces.Maybe they will give you the value as well as taking pictures to antique stores and auction houses!

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