Found these 2 end tables at the Mad Hatter antique shop, located in Adamstown, PA.
I had been looking for tables that were lightish, modernish, tallish and square-ish, and we hit all the -ishes with these! There were cheapish, too, at $47 for the pair. Little bit of wear on them, but they seem to be well-made so no wobbling or creaking. Perfectish!
I love the tapered legs and ridged edges!
When I looked under the tables for some manufacturer's info, I was disappointed to find nada in that regard. But we had a good laugh when the ONLY thing found underneath one of them was this very, very tiny "vote ARCHIE" sticker!! I found out that this comedic campaign slogan came out around 1972, shortly after the All in the Family show hit the airwaves and everyone became enamored with Archie Bunker.
"Such was the name recognition and societal influence of the Bunker character that by 1972 commentators were discussing the "Archie Bunker vote" (i.e., the voting bloc comprising urban, white, working-class men) in that year's presidential election; in the same year, there was a parody election campaign, complete with T-shirts, campaign buttons, and bumper stickers, advocating "Archie Bunker for President."
I'll hold onto the sticker - it may be worth something baby ;) Remember the story about a man who found an authentic copy of the Declaration of Independence in an old picture frame? That was purchased in an Adamstown, PA antique shop, too! Lurking treasures everywhere around here, I tell ya!
Here's full-circle for you that I just realized in finding the links above:
All in the Family / Archie Bunker was created by Norman Lear, who was the 2nd buyer of that very same Dec. of Independence discovered in Adamstown - purchased in 2000 for $8.14 million!