Value of Antique Queen Anne Console Table with Glass Top

This table belonged to my great grandmother. She lived in the early 1900s. There are a couple scratches, but it is in great condition otherwise. It is solid wood (cherry) and has a glass top. I'm wondering how much it's worth.

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February 11, 20190 found this helpful

Is there a mark on the bottom or if there is a drawer, on the drawer? Without a maker it will be hard to find an exact match and give you an apples to apples, exact value.

I can tell you, generally, where I am, these style with the provenance you describe still sell well and usually if in pristine condition, can fetch up to $400. I have seen them sell for this much from dealers/shoppes.

There are similar ones on ebay with the same values, so I am guessing the trend is nationwide or at least where the sold ones I have seen were. They were not EXACT matches, but very close. Normally I never recommend using like items...but when things are old, it is very hard to find exact matches, and sometimes you have to go with a "like" to get you in the ballpark.


I suggest taking it to an antique dealer and seeing if they can give you more info and see if they will either consign it for you or buy it outright. Sadly selling valuable pieces like this on your own is hard as people don't want to fork over big bucks to just anyone. They are much more willing to pay big bucks from reputable dealers/shops.

I don't know where you are located, so you may fetch more if there is a higher demand for this style where you are. If there is a glut of like pieces, that will drop the value

Please post back what a dealer tells you and where you are located! Many thanks!! I love learning about values around the country and the world for things like this piece that I think is GORGEOUS!

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February 12, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you so much for all the information. Very helpful and appreciated. Unfortunately there is no drawer and no way to tell where it comes from. There are a couple numbers written with a marker so I'm assuming it has nothing to do with the manufacturer.


I'll try to locate one of those antique stores and get it appraised. I'll post back when I get some news. Thanks bks again!

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February 11, 20190 found this helpful

This is a lovely piece in great condition. You need to know who manufactured it to assess value. Look on the bottom for identifying markings.

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February 11, 20190 found this helpful


This is a beautiful piece of furniture. I would do as the others suggested and look for an identification mark, and also possibly get it appraised. I would not take less than $600.00 for it as it is now, unidentified, because it is in such good shape.



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