Here's some listings for it, just calling it a hope chest, but I'm not sure I would describe it as such. Looks like yours is in good shape, not a bad price.
I'm guessing that this console dates from 1961. Here is a similar model in a different cabinet. Note the photo of the sticker (on the back) which describes the different cabinets. Those numbers bring us to this reference. The Radiomuseum site has a schematic, as well as page 143 of this Beitman reference book.
Print out the schematic for reference.
Red Lion Furniture, according to Google Lens.
Apparently there's mahogany underneath that gold spray paint. Are you looking for a project?
These are gorgeous. They were manufactured by Young Manufacturing Company probably in the 1960s and are likely made of oiled walnut (the veneer is, at least). Young doesn't seem to have named their furniture lines, but I see this style referred to online often as "bow-front," "concave," or "Kagan style." Throw "mid century" in your query and you should get quite a few hits.
In terms of price.....it all depends on your market. Where I am, given that the set includes so many pieces that seem to be in near-perfect condition, sellers would likely be asking several thousand. Anything under $2.5k would seem fair to me, and I'd consider anything under $1k a deal. I'm curious--what is she asking?
A note on quality: you say this isn't the finest quality stuff, but it's my understanding that Young is well in line with other good quality mid-century modern manufacturers (like Broyhill). Yes, they used veneer, but it's solid wood underneath and very well put-together. Not to mention, the design is beautiful.
This is another one that was sold recently in OH (not sure where you are but possibly local artist if you’re in the same area)
Looks like a bunch of vacuum tubes to me
Edit: found this link that looks the same with almost the same type of handles/guards over the tubes https://marketplace.apartmenttherapy.com/posts/205096-historic-1954-mit-vacuum-tube-computer-dumbkopf
GE Porta-Fi, like it says. Underneath that terrible paint job is a real nice piece of furntiture. Here's a restored version of this one.
Maybe made a hollow-tube sort of riser to go under the legs? Ideally, by copying the shape of the edge of the table top.
Or make it a 'double-decker' table. Replace the current top with something larger and stack another set of legs (matching, if possible. Complimentary if not.) on top of it and reattach the current top to the upper legs. Sort of like this one but with the fancier legs.
Miller Industries has a lot of hits on Google. Small company in Florida incorporated in 1963. The table you were looking at is probably this one: https://marketplace.apartmenttherapy.com/posts/142586-vintage-glass-top-and-chrome-coffee-table?rf=corner
Similar style here, here and here. I can’t speak to the attributions to Lafer. That said, I’d recommend ignoring the curmudgeon, then getting some leather cleaner, going HAM (in an appropriate-for-vintage-furniture way) on that beast and enjoying your cool score.
I’m in the US and bought this vintage dresser at a local shop without too much investigation.
Looks like it’s stamped in an upper drawer with the “Heritage” branding, hardware seems pretty vintage and authentic. Backing has characteristic model/manufacturing info but only a sliver remains visible. Been googling and have found several similar items (some rehabbed/resold) but no specifics like catalog number or anything.
Did a bit more digging and found this desk and chair set from the tableau collection which has the same chairs as posted. I also was able to find a stamp online with the hutch where the stamp has the “1220-“ and the separation of “WAL” and “INSP-2” vs the “INSP-3” of the dining table. The amount of matching between the hutch stamp and the dining table has fully convinced me that yes, it is the tableau collection. Thank you again for sending me in the right direction!
Pretty sure the brand is "Packard Bell". Not the same model but close. https://marketplace.apartmenttherapy.com/listings/5cda068a-e872-4f7f-9f47-11b4cc0291a7
Here's one priced at $350 in good shape. You won't get rich refurbishing the $60/80 one in your picture, but at least you'll know that it's worth something when you are done. Should you be considering that effort!
Try searching here for comparable prices.
That looks to be real wood and is expandable so I would think $750-$1000 for the table alone. The chairs can range anywhere from $50-100 each depending on the state of the chairs. All items look to be in very good shape though the style may not be as "in trend" aka mid-century modern.