The beauty of this 8' long farm table comes from the length itself, complimented by the heavy turned legs. It may have originally served as a large kitchen work table in a country manor house. The round wood pegs used instead of nails indicate how old it is.
This fascinating table holds visual intrigue due to the carved wood and iron base. Notice the carved harp-shaped sides and curved details accented and supported by the wrought iron scroll work of the unique base.
This incredible dining table beckons a family to sit, eat and linger over good conversation. The dark patina of the oak has aged over the years as it originally served as a refectory table, adding to its French country appeal.
The glass panels in the front doors make this bookcase an ideal display cabinet for china or other collectibles. While the pine cabinet is old, the newer dark gray paint is lightly distressed befitting its age. The 3 interior shelves are removeable.
The soft dove gray paint is lightly distressed creating the perfect contrast with the warm pine underneath & enhancing the delightful carved crown, garland & bead trim around the face and swag at base. Note the side glass windows that allow one to see the inner clock works.
This antique gray painted 2 door cabinet with lower drawer has had the glass replaced with wire mesh giving the bookcase a more open and accessible feel. Where the (newer) grayish blue paint has been scraped there are hints of natural pine.
A fine mahogany empire chest of drawers or commode with satinwood inlays. Mythological creatures adorn the upper drawer; when opened, a felt covered surface for writing is revealed along with storage cubbies and even holders for bottled ink.
This handsome gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. Notice the dark patina of the oak, aged and naturally distressed over generations of use and lovely turned legs. Restored, it is strong/stable and ready for use.
This antique desk is visually stunning due to the exceptional Danish craftsmanship and rococo (2nd period) style. The superb details include 3 birch veneer drawers, cabriole legs with inlaid marquetry, carving, and a sculpted desk top with scalloped skirt below.
Blending Spanish colonial craftsmanship and design, this table is made from the beautiful and hard narra wood from the Philippines. The table has a light open feel with the attractive turned legs and trestle base, accented with the sculpted/carved feet.
Spanish Colonial table supported by intriguing turned legs supported by broad feet and connected by a low turned stretcher. Unique carvings in the leg base and feet add to the lovely appeal. The "floating top" design allows it to enlarge and contract safely.
Antique Biedermeier birch secretary desk with three lowers drawers and a top drawer that folds down to reveal a fitted interior with multiple small drawers. This stunning chest of drawers is made of birch wood with shellac finish.
The European country charm of this vintage dresser comes from the lightly distressed & scraped (newer) white paint creating a gentle contrast with the natural pine beneath. The half column side trim also accent the drawers, the top one has a decorative recessed panel.
This pine sideboard offers great storage options with 6 drawers and 2 cabinet doors while only 17" deep. The white painted finish is newer, and has been lightly distressed to reveal the natural pine below. Restored, it is strong, stable and ready for use.
This long Chinese sideboard still maintains its original yellow color and traditional lacquered finish. Note areas where the yellow paint was worn off, revealing the dark hard wood below which adds both character and depth to the stunning finish.
Attractive oak gate leg dining table also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. Notice the attractive patina of the dark wood, aged and naturally distressed over generations. When closed it serves as a 25" deep console table. Open: 60" depth.
This amazing pine bookcase first served in a retail store as a pharmacy apothecary in the late 1800's. Notice the labels for medications and ingredients that still remain on some of the many drawers. This large wall unit is built in 4 sections.
The strong appeal of this large Danish two door armoire is found in the layers of original light green paint with gold accents. The cuvaceous bonnet with finial add a dramatic touch. Restored and waxed, this armoire is strong, stable and ready for use.
Antique mahogany writing desk from England with an embossed leather top. The apron has 2 working drawers on one side and 2 false front drawers on the opposite. The desk is sturdy and beautifully finished with it's unique trestle base and brass castors.
The original light gray paint is worn off of the bench seat, revealing the warm aged pine beneath. This bench came from the European countryside and has been restored and waxed so is strong and stable, ready to be used and enjoyed.
Antique garden ornament known as a Sun Clock or Armillary, with a cast metal figure holding spherical rings and mounted on a pedestal base (representing Atlas holding up the world). The metal of this sun clock has remnants of yellow & green paint.
Antique garden ornament known as a Sun Clock or Armillary, with a cast metal figure holding spherical rings and mounted on a pedestal base (representing Atlas holding up the world). The metal of this sun clock has an aged green verdigris patina.
The evocative burled birch is captivating in this remarkable Biedermeier chest of drawers. Note the finish, barley twist columns, and beaded detail of the bottom drawer. Unique is the drop down small secretary desk writing surface.
This antique tall baroque oak chest of drawers from Denmark features a serpentine front, brass hardware pulls and an exceptional old painted finish that appears a blue-steel gray. Made in 3 parts, the top & bottom 2 drawers sit atop the base with cabriole legs.
To find an original vintage leather sofa is a great find on its own, but to get the complete set with pair of club chairs included makes this a great find that does not come along often. The worn vintage leather has a trimmed rolled back and arms.
The vibrant colors are all original on this painted antique chest of 3 drawers from Hungary. The floral embellishments were traditional Folk Art designs during the 1800s. This large blanket chest has been restored, the wax finish adds a soft luster.
This lovely cabinet still maintains the original hand-painted finish with flower bouquet and garland. The monogram of KED and date of 1826 indicate it may have been a wedding present. Unique to this is the very narrow depth of only 14"
There is something organic and inviting in the plank hard wood top of this rustic peg leg coffee table. It is the years of use that have deepened its character, with a wonderful worn patina grown richer over time. Restored and waxed.
Great architectural lines define this open style bookcase. The raw, rather organic finish of the natural wood compliments the simple lines which make it an outstanding display cabinet as well. Two drawers create balance at the base
At almost 3" thick, with scrapes and deep gouges acquired with well over 100 years of use as a work table, this coffee table is loaded with rustic appeal. The wood has been left raw and natural, and rests upon four original slanted legs.
This wonderful highboy has 7 drawers which showcase the remarkable grain of the mahogany wood. A key is used as the drawer "pull" which was traditional with this Danish style of highboy from the mid 1800's. 4 keys included, the middle/fourth drawer does not lock.
Painted white with gold accents, this antique Gustavian bench has a removeable cushion seat and open back. Architectural elements such as turned spindles create the sides and carved panels along the front add to the visual intrigue of this captivating bench.