I believe that they were made to be used as fern stands , the top are roughly 16 square so they are not large enough for lamps in my estimation. Solid and well constructed, no wiggle or any issues of that sort.
They are very attractive and would add to any Victorian Oak decor. They are in Very Good Estate Fresh and As Found Condition.They appear to have been refinished at some time in the past, from the looks quite a while ago. They are nicely refinished and both in real good shape. Please view all the pics to help assess.
There are a few minor use /age imperfections but nothing significant. One top has a little imperfection on one corner, its a tiny bruise , bump in the wood. One table top has some white paint flecks in the grain, nothing significant but noted and shown in the pics.
The tops vary in coloration , one is darker than the other as you can see in the pics. The legs and such are more uniform. ONLY THROW OUT THE BOXES AND PACKAGING AFTER YOU HAVE INSPECTED THE ITEM OR ITEMS AND FIND NO DAMAGE other than what may be noted in the condition report or shown in the pics. SAVE THE BOX AND ALL PACKAGING , PICS OF THE OUTER BOX AND INNER BOX , AND OF THE DAMAGED ITEM WOULD BE REQUIRED.
THIS IS PART OF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY WHEN IT COMES TO DAMAGE. I PACKAGE TO THE VERY BEST OF MY ABILITIES BUT SOMETIMES THINGS HAPPEN THAT ARE OUT OF OUR CONTROL.
I list my items as thorough and as honestly as I can - but it is the buyers responsibility to be informed as possible. Color shades/tones may vary depending on my back round and lighting conditions as well your or my monitor settings. All my items are either older collectibles or antiques and as with anything of this nature there may be slight imperfections due to age or use as well as manufacturing imperfections. Please view the pics as though they are part of the items description. The item "Antique Tiger Oak Table Fern Plant Stands w carvings & faces MATCHING PAIR" is in sale since Tuesday, October 1, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables\1900-1950". The seller is "whyworka" and is located in Shiocton, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States.