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.
This handsome gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 23" deep console table. Metal "handle" were added underneath for ease of use.
Lovely lines accentuate the gustavian style of this Swedish console table. Note the fluted legs, dentil molding along the top trim and simple corner accents. The soft gray painted finish (newer) with faux marbling top fit the style well.
It is the knots, gnarls and old cracks that create the character in this rustic console table. The heft of the slab wood top draws one to it, but it is the deep gouges, marks, cracks and distress that make it so unique.
This 9' long sideboard maintains its original dark stained and lacquered finish. The unique size & configuration with open storage allows it to be used in a variety of settings as a console, buffet/server, counter or even as a free-standing kitchen island.
It is the knots, gnarls and old cracks that create the character in this rustic coffee table. The heft of the slab wood top draws one to it, but it is the deep gouges, marks, cracks and distress that make it so unique.
It is the raw, natural wood top that one finds intriguing in this rustic console table. It originally served as a work table, resulting in the appealing worn patina of the wood top due to the deep gouges, scrapes, stains and old cracks.
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 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.
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
This classic pair of demilune tables are made of dark mahogany rest upon turned legs.
Beautiful and versatile, this painted Chinese lacquered cabinet has a lovely aged patina with hints of lighter red and amber beneath a time worn, dark red paint whispering of years gone by. The lacquered finish is highly polished giving the paint incredible depth.
Stately& elegant, this mahogany cabinet reveals its Biedermeier style in the classic columns, bronze accents and bowed/curved door, in addition to the striking finish of the rich mahogany. Designed as a pedestal cabinet by an exclusive craftsman, originally it likely displayed a special item on 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.