Ok, I'm going to be a bit showy here. I've always been proud of my art, and I don't do much anymore. So, I painted this table several years ago, and when I finished it, I loved it so much I couldn't possibly sell it. Since then, we moved to a larger home which lacked a dining room... so its an eat in kitchen. This table is very large even without the sleeve to expand it (which isn't photoed, but is painted to match exactly). Now I think its about time we got a round table that would fit better. We only have a family of 3. Think its time to retire the fun table. So my question is, what do you think I should ask for if I sell the table? I highly doubt there is anything like it out there. The table itself is 10 years old. There are tons of knicks and scratches on the chairs and table top. I am planning on touching up the table top to fill in most the blemishes, but I won't be able to fix all. It had 10 coats of polyurethane put on originally, I am going to put on at least 3 more coats after touch up. I am going to recover the chairs, and probably sand where paint is worn on the chairs to finish giving a shabby chic look to those before applying more poly. Do you think its worth me touching this up to sell? Or do you think its too UNIQUE to even get a buyer? There are little messing things painted all over the table. The coffee spill rings are painted, the post it note is painted on, the paper clips, thumb tacks, stamps and fruits are all painted. They're hard to see unless you are looking, but their are also tiny water droplet spills randomly placed too. I do love watching people cover over to visit (who've seen the table a 1000 times) and they still sit there mindless trying to pick up a paper clip while talking to me. So should I take the time? Is it just trash now? Donate? I really was hoping (I know this sounds silly) for $800. I was offered $1200 when I first painted, but it was in way better condition, even though the table was 6 years old then.