Value of a Vintage Kling Table

I bought this table at an estate sale. It measures 20x20x16tall.
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February 20, 20200 found this helpful

First off you will need to go to this site - www.klinginfo.com/b1. When finding the value of this furniture the date is very important. It appears that your table was made after the 1930 when Kling started to add a stamp to the back of each piece of furniture they made. Most of the numbers are 2 to 4 digits. I am not seeing if your piece has the 2 to 4 digit number or the 6 digit number that was makred on these which are much newer than the ones makred with 2 to 4 digits.

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In some cases depending on the style, condition, and number on the table the items can be worth up to $1000. Most of what I can find that people are selling are chairs or even dressers. I am not seeing this table anywhere. The items I do see listed are going for around $400 to $500 each. I would suggest that you visit an antique shop and ask the owner how much the table is actually worth if you want to insure the item.

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February 21, 20200 found this helpful

John Alexander Kling an immigrant from Sweden purchased several struggling companies. Beautiful furniture for years, sold his company to Ethan Allen in 1962.Highly sought after pieces in it's earlier days. Still has some value now. This piece is worth $300 and up. For more history pieces check this https:www.ebohemains.com/history-of-kling-furniture-company

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February 21, 20200 found this helpful

Thank you for getting back too me with the info greatly appreciated

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