New member needing help with identifying wood

lisam72

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I am a new member looking for someone that could possibly tell me what type of wood this is. It is a Thomas Kinkade 59" round dining table. It was bought at one of Kinkade's furniture gallery's about 30 years ago. The only marking I see on it i the Kinkade logo and a couple numbers in the middle I will post pics. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Lisa
 

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Hello,

I am a new member looking for someone that could possibly tell me what type of wood this is. It is a Thomas Kinkade 59" round dining table. It was bought at one of Kinkade's furniture gallery's about 30 years ago. The only marking I see on it i the Kinkade logo and a couple numbers in the middle I will post pics. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Lisa
My first thought is Cherry.Awfully dark to be much of anything else. The grain on the underside where the numbers are resembles Cherry too.Welcome to Tnet!If I,m wrong somebody will be along to let you know!:laughing7:
 
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I googled Kincaid table with lazy Susan built in, and it came up with the name Kincaid Portolone Stellia and the wood was Alder on the one shown now if they offered it in any other wood types it didn't state any.
 
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lisam72

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I googled Kincaid table with lazy Susan built in, and it came up with the name Kincaid Portolone Stellia and the wood was Alder on the one shown now if they offered it in any other wood types it didn't state any.
Thank you for checking. I did so much googling on this table and couldn't find anything. Well I couldn't find the one I have. I even emailed the main gallery and sent them photos and they couldn't help me which I thought was weird. She said because it was an older piece they no longer made they don't have info on it. Very strange.
 
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Thank you for checking. I did so much googling on this table and couldn't find anything. Well I couldn't find the one I have. I even emailed the main gallery and sent them photos and they couldn't help me which I thought was weird. She said because it was an older piece they no longer made they don't have info on it. Very strange.
But now that I look at the picture it does look similar as far as the wood so maybe it is alder
 
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