Mersman Coffee Table Duncan Phyfe style design with a solid pine pedestal base with 4 swooped legs with metal claw caps. The veneer top is large square with rounded edges. Underneath is stamped with "Mersman 7644". It is approximately thirty-five. 5" wide x 18" deep and 16" high. It is in excellent problem. At the turn of the millennium the city of Celina requested Mr. Mersman to set up some sort of furniture factory there. He'd receive $7500 with the knowing he must employ 25 individuals six months of the year for 2 years. This he performed, and in 1900 the business began. He began manufacturing beds, collection tables, and dining room platforms, of which the latter grew to become the specialty.
Mersman began as a sawmill owner inside Indiana and Ohio. This individual founded Mersman Tables throughout Ottoville, Ohio, in regarding 1876, and began creating tables. Beds and mattress parts were added to the fishing line later. Mersman Coffee Table Mersman built a new factory in Celina, Iowa, about 1900. Changes in possession resulted in several changes in the business name until 1977, when a personal investment group bought the organization and returned it to be able to its original name, "Mersman Tables. " Production resulted in 1995. Although the company created several types of furniture, it is reputed for its Colonial Revival workstations. Over 30 million dining tables were made by Mersman. They may be easy to find today, so they may not worth a lot. Little tables sell for under $265.21.