Antique neoclassical chest of drawers from Denmark, circa 1800 with a light gray painted finish. Where the paint has been distressed, the dark wood underneath offers a nice contrast and enhances the carved details.
This small chest of drawers packs a stylish punch with its serpentine front and cabriolet legs traditional of baroque styling. Made of solid oak, it will be perfect as a nighstand or serve as a side or accent table.
Antique Danish Mahogany Chest of Drawers, circa 1820-1840
Small antique oak chest of drawers from Denmark, circa 1820-1840, with 4 drawers.
The beauty of the wood, gilt, and curvaceous Bombay design of this small scale Rococo chest of drawers combine for stunning impact. Please review the detailed photos to appreciate the rich tones of the mahogany wood accented by gold gilt details.
This small chest of drawers is classic and refined. It has 4 functional drawers resting upon generously curved cabriolet feet. Made of solid oak, it will be perfect as a nighstand or serve as a side or accent table.
This circa 1780-1800 chest of drawers features bracket feet, ebonized pilasters with brass capitals and the original brass key escutcheons
Small antique oak chest of drawers from Denmark circa 1880, with brass key escutcheons and four graduated drawers.
Antique Biedermeier chest of drawers from Sweden, circa 1830. Made of pine and covered in a vibrant birch veneer, this chest features contrasting black molding, block feet and a pair of pillars with brass capitals flanking the three lower drawers.
This small painted pine side table with gold painted details and turned legs, was made in Sweden around 1870.
Antique Danish mahogany inlaid chest of drawers with cabriole legs, circa 1890-1910. The top features a large inlaid basket of flowers panel , with smaller botanical ovals on either side. The same ovals can be found on the sides of the dresser. The serpentine drawers feature a floral & swan inlay.
Antique Italian chest of drawers with 2 inlaid drawer fronts, circa 1860-1880.
One can imagine sitting outside a cafe sipping Swedish coffee at this delightful bistro table. The reproduction cast iron base is accented with a wood top made from old, reclaimed wood which has been left natural, as we found it in Europe.
This delighful side table still maintains the original white paint which has naturally distressed to reveal the pine wood below. It is the distress and wear of many years that creates the true vintage look while the extensive wear, simple cracks and worn edges add aged character to the table itself.
This antique side table from Denmark is simple but no less charming with it's turned legs and molded drawer front. The single drawer adds function and balance to this small country table that can be used in so many places.
It is the white painted finish and gently curved legs of this attractive side table that are indicative of its Swedish origin. The simple yet endearing style is made even more functional with the single drawer with wooden pull.
Antique pine side table from Denmark, circa 1890. Two unusual scrolled feet support the turned legs and the table top with a single drawer and brass pull. These tables with a satin wax finish over the natural pine make great end tables or even nights
This charming English Mahogany side table from the middle of the 20th century features the original embossed leather inlay on top, along with opposing pull out sides on either end. With tapered legs, this elegant yet simple table would look wonderful
The superb quality of this piece is largely due to the exceptional lacquered finish over the original deep red paint which brings the piece to life.A versatile piece - it can be used as a sideboard,night stand or even tv stand.