This massive oak library table is impressive in both size and visual impact. The heavy base has carved slats and details that bring an architectural atmosphere to it; it is easy to imagine it originally placed in a large library or even court house.
This large Swedish console table will make a commanding entryway statement piece. The attractive turned legs & stained top are complimented by the (newer) red painted drawers & lower shelf. The two drawers are quite large, allowing for ample storage.
This large oval table rests on a trestle base with four sides, indicating it may have served as a work table in the early 1800's. It is pine, but was given a white painted finish fitting its Swedish roots at some point.
What an amazing find! At over 9 1/2 feet long, this old work table has tremendous appeal thanks to the original green painted base and the stretchers supported by iron rods which give it an industrial edge. The entire table has been restored and gently sanded.
It is the vibrant aqua blue color that draws attention to this fun old farm table from Sweden. Upon closer examination(refer to photos), you will see a base layer of blue, with areas painted over with green and where both layers are worn off the natural pine below.
The natural pine top reflects the generations that sat here in every nick, scratch, old worm holes, etc. while the original green painted base creates a wonderful contrast to the natural pine top making this old farmhouse table a special find.
Authentic vintage farm table with heavy cast iron legs that create the perfect "industrial look." At 6 1/2' feet long, this impressive table will serve well as an industrial dining table. The top itself is made of 7 planks of wood, left natural for a raw, organic look.
The white paint is all original on this old farm house table from Sweden. The many years of use are revealed in the wear and distress of the white paint, which adds to its true vintage appeal. The top was left natural pine, which has deepened to a darker patina.
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.
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
The natural wear seen on this French Maple Butcher's Block with 2 drawers came from the many years of use. Note the castors and slot to hold knives in the back of the heavy top.
It is the massive maple block top worn uneven from the many decades of use that draws one toward this original French butcher's block. Narrow and solid, it is being sold "as is.