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Antique upholstered birch Biedermeier sofa from northern Germany or Denmark circa 1830 with scrolled high back and sides.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional workshop to assure they are strong, cl
Antique 19th century upholstered settee bench from Sweden, circa 1880 with a cushion seat and sides.
It is the highly decorative hand-carving along with the deep, rich patina of the aged walnut that create such a strong visual appeal in this wonderful bench from the late 1800's. Enlarge the photos to appreciate the incr
The back rest is covered with a number of carved motifs from ribbons, flowers and masks to pairs of human figures. The arms end in a lion's paw with vines & flowers on the carved apron and the stretchers below with scrol
Antique Danish carved oak Baroque Cathedral chairs, circa 1800.
This high back bench with a solid paneled back and distressed white paint, has a center leg support making this painted pine bench very sturdy.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive fr...
This rustic Hungarian painted pine bench circa 1900, is a great size for an entry way or as a garden bench. With a trestle style rail supporting the two legs and worn green paint this piece retains much of it's country c
We have an assortment of these small pine stools with canted legs in a variety of sizes. Prices range from $68 to $278.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse c...
Pair of charming antique white Ottomans from Sweden, circa 1880 with pop out seats. They can be easily upholstered with a modern fabric to create a more "fresh" look if so desired.
Pair of painted pine stools from Sweden, circa 1900. The gray paint is worn in places exposing undercoats of turquoise and pine. The pair are sturdy, finished with a satin wax and are ready for use.
This pair of rustic pine stools from Sweden circa 1900, have a distressed blue painted finish allowing an underlayer of white paint to show through.