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duncan phyfe table legs

Posted By: Leslie Amato <Leslie.Amato@robustelli.com> (user-33qtn0q.dialup.mindspring.com)
Date: 1/3/3 13:47

I have a Duncan Phyfe table top that my mother believes was built in the 30's. When she relocated in the late 60's, the movers snapped the legs off (?), and the legs were eventually lost. How do you go about replacing these? It doesn't have to be authentic, since I don't even know what the legs look like, but I do want it to be attractive since I plan on using it for my dining table. I also don't want to devalue it in any way, if it has value to begin with. The top is in the attic, and I haven't seen it in many years, but we are pulling it down today to look at it. If you are emailing before 6JAN03, try ama1986@earthlink.net. I appreciate any comments or help! LA

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