Yes.... If only it survived the fire. It was a very nice thing, (probably) made in the early part of the 20th century, and had been in the house for a long time. The house had been owned by the same family for quite a few generations. Some of the stuff in there dated from the 1800 - 1810 time frame.
I call it a "coffee table" because that was what the then-current owners called it, but I don't think it was originally intended for that. There was a "children's room" - actually a play-room with three bedrooms for children opening off of it. From the size and the height, and some other things in the house, such as children's chairs from the same period and in the same style, I now think that it was probably a child-sized dining table for the play-room.
What really pissed me off was that the arsonist - and it was arson, or so the cops and the insurance investigators said - managed to burn up a truly beautiful tall clock - the sort called a "Grandfather clock" with the works made entirely of wood, except for the pendulum bob and the weights that drove it. There was no maker's name, and no record of it's acquisition was to be found in the family records, which contained date, source, price, and description of most of the major pieces of furniture.