Posted on Sat May 12 2018
I'm selling a beautiful dining/breakfast table made by Maitland-Smith, a company known for producing heirloom-quality furniture. The only reason I am selling it is that my wife and I recently moved to a new home and the table just doesn't "fit" with the style of any of our current rooms. It is 30" tall and the circular top is 60" in diameter. I don't have the original sales invoice, so I contacted Maitland-Smith's parent company, Heritage Homes, and they informed me that the table was introduced in April 2004 and discontinued in January 2010. Its item number was 3530-167. "Description: Hand Carved Aged Regency Finished Mahogany Dining Table with Inlaid Flagstone" Last Suggested Retail: $3897.00 (Note that one of the photos I included is the product photo they sent me.) The table is truly beautiful. The mahogany wood has real character and the inlaid flagstone gives the table top a very unique appearance with lots of visual interest. It is in great condition. The table is quite heavy and is currently in our finished basement, so you'll need to come prepared to move it. It will fit through the walk-out door of the basement (on its side) and then will need to be carried around the house (including up a shallow but wide concrete staircase) to the driveway where it can be loaded into a vehicle. I'm happy to lend assistance, but I'm not a professional mover and would not trust myself to move it with just one other person. I can also arrange to have it delivered if you cover the delivery fee. The table's retail price was $3897 8 years ago. I'm asking $1800 for it.