This long refectory or library table is from France. Made of solid oak, the impressive turned legs and long stretcher add to its appeal. The raw oak has been bleached, lightening the look which will serve well in today's modern home.
It is the years of constant use revealed in every ding, gouge, stain, crack and scratch that enrich the character of this impressive carpenters' workbench from France. Notice the impressive heft of the almost 4" thick top.
Low sideboard of veneered wood with four bypassing doors standing on slanted black tapered legs. This credenza has great presence due to the striking wood that was a style statement of the period and remains a fashion statement today.
This vintage oak sideboard has been bleached giving it a fresh look for today's modern home. The four doors open to reveal interior shelves and simple drawers. At almost 10' long, it will serve well as a buffet, sideboard or console.
This lovely pair of antique demi lune tables. Note perfectly tapered fluted legs & skirt with applied carved accents adding a romantic touch. Finished with (newer) soft layers of gray& white distressed paint, the perfect compliment to their Swedish styling.
Delightful in every way, this sideboard still maintains its original highly decorative and colorful painted finish in traditional colors of red, blue, green and dark blue with flowers and flourishes throughout
Function, form and interior fashion combine in this console table. The eye-catching turquoise blue painted finish is original and has been distressed over generations of use; areas of distress reveal the natural elm wood below which adds character to this sideboard.
This delightful sideboard has been given a white painted finish, adding to its charming French country style. The paint has been gently distressed with a finish that matches the age and softens the finish as well.
This narrow sideboard is a special find due to its unique size and depth. The highly painted folk-art finish is all original. Traditional colors of red, green, and yellow are seen throughout with the date of 1868.
It is the years of constant use revealed in every ding, gouge, stain, paint spill and scratch that enrich the character of this impressive carpenters' workbench from France. The top (alone) is merely 15" deep, allowing this to serve as a unique console table.
This antique pine shop counter was originally referred to as a “grocer's cabinet” and features 2 side cupboard doors and 3 drawers with porcelain knobs stacked in the center of the counter
Impressive carving accents the doors of this Renaissance Revival oak sideboard. The applied carved fox and bird on left door and (likely) pheasant on the right along with oak leaves creates a black forest hunting feel to the piece.
The appeal of this old work table comes from the aged wood itself, worn and distressed through years of use adding to the character imbedded in the table. The industrial iron base is solid, allowing this to function as a desk, console, work or craft table.
This long sideboard shows off its French style in the carved panels and lovely details along the skirt, door & drawer panels. Note the elaborate carving along the central drawer, top of doors and scalloped skirt. The bleached finish gives it a fresh look.
It is the arched paneled doors, scalloped skirt and diamond detail of the drawers that separate this French oak sideboard apart from others. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home.
This long sideboard shows off its French style in the panels and lovely details along the skirt and drawers. Carved details include flourishes along the drawers, door panels and cabriolet feet. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home.
It is the lovely carved details and heavily paneled doors that draws one to this French oak sideboard. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home and shows off the wonderful grain.
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.
This impressive baroque farm table creates a strong presence after 200 years of use. Note the distinctive baroque legs, dovetail joints, wood pegs used as nails and metal reinforced ends. Restored and waxed, it is strong and ready to be used.
Beautiful details abound in this lovely original white painted standing desk. The carved swag, flourishes & dentil molding gracefully accent the slanted surface while all raised on slender tall legs. This will make the perfect hostess stand, reception desk or unique display for a special book.
Original English mahogany butler's table with removeable tray that rests on stand. Tray has cut out handles on each side. Open depth: 24"
Visual intrigue abounds in this small yet dramatic dark brown painted Chinese cabinet with lacquer finish. It is the unique heavily paneled doors and upper drawers that one finds mesmerizing with the evocative rounded metal studs that create the trim.
There is something inviting about the aged pine and heavy legs of this old library table from Denmark. Notice the heavy wear along the drawers and mis-matched pulls revealing its constant use as it likely served as work table as well
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.