Family Name | 1960s Lane End Tables

Lane Furniture began in 1912 when John Lane bought a box plant and encouraged his son to try his luck with starting a chest factory. Because the Lanes were unsure of how successful their new company would be, they were embarrassed to put their family name on it. Instead, they named the company "Standard Red Cedar Chest Company." After their cedar chest company proved to be a success, they expanded to occasional tables, case goods and accent pieces.

Available are a pair of 1960s Lane end tables. Each has a basket weave design on the drawer front and a travertine top. Each table is a different size.

one is 24 in square x 20 in tall

second is 21 in wide x 28 deep x 20 in tall with lower shelf


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