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I'm posting this in hopes of getting suggestions for a good table for a parlor venue.

The table I currently own is about 2 ft 7 1/2 inches high, which is great for practicing effects, but I think I want something shorter for parlor shows in order to give everyone a better view of the cards and other props. 

Any suggestions where I can get the proper table?

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That depends on how tall you are and a number of other factors.
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I like using display grids. They are very clean-looking (modern) and it’s really easy to customize the height of shelves, displays, storage, steals and more. Just google “display grid” and look at the freestanding wire grids and accessories.
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I use a 34" table for my parlor show. it a great heoght because I don't have to bend over to put my hands on the table top. I have never noticed anyone (sitting in front) strain to see the props. Like Bill said though, there are a lot of things to consider. What are your audiences sitting on? how tall are you?
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