Value of a Brandt Table?

Value of a Brandt Table - side table with raised edgeCan anyone help me determine the value of this table?


Value of a Brandt Table

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November 25, 20180 found this helpful

I am just learning the Brandt values (I am a Mersman gal myself, but love all old furniture so I am branching out).

To get the best value for the piece, you would be best to check with a local vintage store in your area and ask.

My understanding is the pieces with the silver sticker are newer (the company was from the early 1900s to the mid 1980s) and this piece would from the end of their run.

My understanding is also that these pieces in general did not hold their value...selling in most cases under $100. I call these butler tables. The Bombay company used to make a lot of these in the 1980s to mimic vintage styles....I need to do more research to see if Brandt followed this same path...but I am guessing they did!!


The other way to find today's value is to look at Ebay sold auctions and find an exact match. The sold tells you what today's current market value is.

There are none on Ebay at the moment, either sold or active so you may want to check back frequently!

Post back what you decide to sell it for and how much you are paid!!! I love learning values in different parts of the county! THANKS!!

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November 25, 20180 found this helpful

Your table is a real curiosity to me as the size and style do not fit any name I can think of.

  • At first glance it appears to be what is traditionally called a butler's table but on closer look it does not seem to have any of the characteristics normally given to that style.
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  • Butler tables generally have handles of some sort (as they were generally carried into a room) but some did have removable trays and some were of the folding type but yours does not appear to have any of these features.
  • Maybe I cannot see all of the table?
  • Is it possible there was a glass top at one time? Your table resembles one that I found when doing research so take a look at this listing:
  • I can only suggest you do some research and ThriftyFun has some past questions that might be of help.
  • Kovels answers questions on their forum site but you have to be a member. I believe they have some free membership links. Here is a link to their site.
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November 25, 20180 found this helpful

They have all different types on eBay. Look for several weeks until you find yours, and see what it actually sells for, if it sells at all.

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