A very versatile piece, this early 19th century sideboard could easily function as a sofa table or buffet. The gloss lacquer finish enhances the dark yellow ocher paint and gives it incredible depth. The three drawers provide the storage needed for a dining room side table or buffet.
Antique oak dining tble from Denmark circa 1840-1860, with two carved drawers and turned legs.
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Antique Danish oak draw leaf table, circa 1880, with leaves that pull out from each end and carved legs supported by an H shaped stretcher.
Narrow antique dining table made in America from cherry wood, circa 1890-1910, with two narrow drop leaves. With the leaves down, this table would make a great console at only 19.75"deep, while fully extended it measures 35" deep.
Stunningly crafted round mahogany table with exquisitely carved Griffin base. The table does expand and will take leaves which could be custom made.
This tall and dramatic work table draws you in to reach out and touch it's thick unfinished hard wood top with rustic appeal. The ornate, vintage cast iron legs on castors add stability and give the piece an industrial slant, making this a great work table or kitchen island.
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
This console or work table from Denmark is solid oak with a gloss lacquered finish enhancing the remnants of old red paint. The four stretchers, connecting the tapered legs with block feet, are original and worn from over two centuries of use. The apron, has a single large drawer.
Early 19th century pine tavern table from Denmark, with four baluster shaped legs and well worn stretchers. There are remnants of old amber colored paint that contrasts nicely with the dark pine construction. The table would make a nice entry or sofa table with it's single large drawer.
Antique Danish renaissance Revival table made of oak, circa 1880. The heavily carved apron is flanked by applied masks at each corner while the carved bulbous legs are connected by a molded stretcher. This could be used as a small dining table or as a gentleman or lady's desk.