Value of a Vintage Pie Crust Table?

We would like to sell our pie crust table and are wondering what the value of it may be. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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February 17, 20200 found this helpful
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You have the date and the information on the bottom of this table. I would not list this table online to try and sell it on eBay or even Esty. I would go directly to an antique dealer and have them sell it for your. An auction house would be even better because they have the right clients that are willing to pay the right price for this table. Online you only find people who want to get a good deal and trun around and sell it for what it is worth or even more.

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February 17, 20200 found this helpful

Thank you so much! I wasnt able to read the maker as part of the label was missing but I eventually found out it is a Charak.

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I will definitely take your advice and if we decide to sell it do as you suggested. Thanks again, much appreciated!

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February 17, 20200 found this helpful
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With a Charak you have a lovely and quite valuable piece!

Depending on where you are located, I have seen them sell for as low as $230 and as high as $1000 depending on condition and supply and demand.

If you are in a big city where there are few and they are highly sought after, you will get more, than where there are lots and low demand.

Unfortunately, most people will not pay you (a person) the higher amounts for a table...these prices are retail prices that are fetched at antique shops and auctions (real ones, not eBay ones).

I would never (and I am an active re-seller) sell a valuable piece of furniture on eBay. It is my preference because the fees are high and unless you have access to freight shipping, shipping something like this is very challenging and local pick up would be limited. You will get better exposure and better value with having a reputable auction house or antique dealer sell it for you. Yes, they take a percentage, but they command the values and the exposure to buyers.

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Thanks for sharing your lovely piece!!

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February 18, 20200 found this helpful
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Very lovely piece! It's worth ranges from $300 to $1000. Try to sale locally for best price. There are many options for you, you could go to a dealer, auction, private sell, online, collector. There is a market for this piece, explore all avenues!

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