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Northwest Chair Company dining table

Northwest Chair Company dining table appraisal

purchased at flea mrkt, it had a severely scratched top surface so I sanded it down and refinished it. Originally it had a blonde finish. The new finish is a natural oil with a satin varnish on the top surface only. The wood is soft, pale with few/small knots, the top is finer than the base. Includes 3 leaves (78" max length). Each leg is made of two legs with joining curved piece. It is very beautiful. I have since moved to Wash DC, so what is it's value here?

Category: 
American Furniture
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
wood
Distinguishing marks: 
"Northwest Chair Company, Tacoma, WA"
Period: 
1916-1945
Dimensions: 
34"w x 78"L x 30"H
Weight: 
History: 
purchased at flea mrkt, refinished.
For Sale: 
No
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Cosmo1970's picture
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A similar set just sold at auction for $100 in Portland, Oregon.

Here is the description of the lot:

COLONIAL REVIVAL MAPLE DINING TABLE AND CHAIR SET, Northwest Chair Co., Tacoma, Washington, mid-20th century; comprising rectangular dining table with two leaves and six matching arrow back dining chairs. The table top measures 34 x 45-3/4 inches plus 13-1/4 inches for each leaf.

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I listed it on Craig's List and it sold in a few hours at $200. In this area, the buyers said tables like this and in good condition go for twice that price, of course this is DC.

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