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could you tell me what kind of wood was used for the base stand, that has a big significance in 

the value because right now all i see is the tops. i would like to know about wood too before 

I give a value.please notify me about wood as soon as possible.

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there is no wood , the base is made of some kind of heavy  metal . i think its brass but my husband disagrees . these are part of his mothers  who recently passed.  he calls them rock but the tops are marble  and fools gold.  they were bought in Arkansas.

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If it he metal was brass the metal would turn green in the bends.  I talked to a friend and he works granite , he said thatthe small tables would valueat around$175.00 to$275.00 and the bigger one$300.00 to$400.00 i would not take any less.you would be better off selling thein the big cities such as New york,florida ,los angeles they hav fancy restaraunts that would us them i know your thinking they are not tables these kind of restaraunts have livingroom  eating areas so they would look good

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Thanks for this info  i havent seen any green but have not examed too closely. I think you could see it.  I will take a closer look  thanks again

 

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