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This table is not an antique, but designed to resemble American Federal furniture made at the turn of the 19th century.

The Mahogany Association, Inc. placed these stickers on the furniture prior to 1969 and is certifying that it is genuine mahogany and not a dyed wood of lesser quality. The association basically issued decals to manufacturers that could certify that their products were made of real mahogany. The records from the association are not complete, but this table was probably made by Imperial, who mass produced tables in all styles and pieces similar to this one in the Georgian Hepplewhite style . This style was popular from the mid 1920's through the 1950's.

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