At just under 10’ long, it is the incredible aged patina that invites one to run your fingers down the long top of this striking console table. The natural pine top and shelf are complimented by the original painted brick red legs.
The dramatic length of this original farm table is over 13', making it a wonderful and rare find. the top has been sanded creating an invitation to sit and run ones fingers along its surface. The base still maintains its original bluish gray finish.
These massive, heavy paneled doors are visually impressive. The original red paint is chipped off and severely distressed, adding to the authentic vintage nature of this pair of old exterior doors. Notice the mail slot and vintage door handle. Sold as is.
These extremely large and impressive gate doors still have their orignal brown paint. It was used on a wealthy farmer's house in town as it was big enough for a hay wagon from the family farm out in the country to enter their house in the village.
This rustic antique carpenters’ workbench reveals a rich patina after years of traditional use. It has two wood vices with wood handle and a recessed tray where the carpenter would lay his tools. It has been restored and waxed, so it's strong and ready for use.
Vintage carpenters' workbench with warm patina after generations of use. At some point a prior owner removed the 2 vices & placed a scrap of metal over both areas . A rim was added around 3 sides creating a unique work space ideal for a modern console table.
Occasionally we find a special piece that captures ones heart & imagination. Such is the case with this lovely armoire filled with beautiful floral bouquets and elaborate garland. It was likely commissioned as a wedding or special anniversary gift, dated 1778.
There is a raw attraction in the oak and even the age-related separations along the top and decorative diamond accents simply add to the authentic vintage appeal and French charm of this old oak cabinet with heavily paneled door and sides.
The allure of this lovely French chest of drawers comes from the romantic touch of (newer) paint which at first appears white, on closer inspections is pale blue, and ultimately is both beautifully mixed and distressed adding a refined grace to the piece.
The distressed white paint adds a romantic feel to this oak chest of drawers. While the paint was added later, the carved panel drawers & scalloped skirt are gently accented by the paint as well. The two long drawers are balanced by two shorter top drawers which all function.
The ornate carving is captivating on the panel doors of this original pine corner cabinet. The turned columns and mirror back splash add a dramatic touch as well. The entire cupboard has been restored and given a wax finish.
This handsomely carved gate/doorway was a grand entrance into the private residence of a successful businessman in the late 1800's. The entryway door (with door handle) is to the left, while the center & right "wings" opened together to allow a horse drawn wagon to enter.
This striking gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. Notice the deep patina of the dark oak, aged & naturally distressed over generations. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, closed it serves as a 24.74" deep console table.
This striking drop leaf gateleg table is also known as a wake table. Notice the deep patina of the dark oak, aged and naturally distressed over generations of use. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 24.74" deep console table.
Filled with grandeur, these French doors are a rare & stunning find. Soaring over 13' tall, they remind one of the refined elegance found in mansions of the wealthy during the late 1800's. Note the detailed carving, large brass door knobs & impressive arched glass transom.
Beauty and function combine in this attractive oak gateleg table also known as a wake table. Easily seating 8-10 guests, the gate legs allow chairs to comfortably encircle the table. When closed, at only 24” deep it becomes perfect to use behind a sofa or in a narrow space.
This delightful painting portrays a white horse in the foreground and bay horse in the background under a spreading tree in what appears to be a turnout scene (notice a green hay trough to the left). This oil on board painting is signed and dated Simon Simonson 1884
This oil on canvas painting creates dramatic impact in a relatively small space. While painted in the late 1800's,something about the mood of this painting places it outside time. It will look as well placed in a highly contemporary sparse setting as in a ranch home.
These impressive doors stand over 9' tall with heavily carved details and paneling adding to the dramatic effect. The aged green and brown paint show crackling and wear, while the doors themselves sit in a metal frame.
The worn and wonderful original blue painted finish captures one's attention in this inviting bench. The paint has clearly been distressed through years of use revealing the natural pine below which adds to the authentic vintage appeal of this 6' European country bench.
the hand-painted tones have deepened over the years in this sturdy rack while in other areas, such as the top shelf, paint been worn off from generations of use. Notice a name and the year 1876 in golden yellow and the faded rosettes which add a romantic touch.
This wall shelf/coat rack can be used in many ways due to the 12 hand carved pegs. The dark green hues almost look black, while the gently fading orange/red flowers with touches of cream were traditional folk art elements of the period.
Picturesque Danish village with thatched roof houses (one with date of 1836), red tile roofs, and country manor portrayed. Tall trees line the country dirt road in the foreground. This delighful old oil on canvas painting is signed CR 1890.
Beautifully executed nature scene signed by Carl Bartsch. Original oil on canvas painting with a herd of elk resting in a green grove overseen by a single bull elk. Carl Bartsch was a Danish 19th Century painter born in 1829.
There is a casual appeal to this old Swedish farm table which still maintains its original red painted base that has been distressed over time. The planks of the table top were left natural and now have a warm aged patina creating a great contrast to the painted base.
It is the extensive wear reflected in the leather, crackled and creased with generations of use that creates the appeal of these vintage club chairs. The rolled arms & piping detail along the back add to their attraction. Seat height is 15.75”; these chairs are quite comfortable.
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.
This farmhouse dining table has European country charm thanks to the unique X-stretcher base with its original red hue, distressed & faded over generations of use. The natural pine plank top & stretcher (below) provide a wonderful contrast to the vintage red.
This lovely pine nightstand brings grace to a small space with its cabriolet feet & applied carved details along of the drawers. Variations of light & dark pine add depth and texture. It has been cleaned, restored & given a wax finish which brings out the warmth in the pine.
It is the passage of many years that has deepened the patina with such richness in this pine secretary from Sweden. The simple lines of this country piece are complimented by the warmth of the waxed pine finish. Notice the 15 petite interior drawers and central cubie.
The attraction of this coffee table is the wood itself, one large 1.5” thick plank top accented by the splay legs which also accent the top itself. This pine coffee table has been restored and waxed, so is strong, stable and ready for use.
It is the natural wood itself that one finds intriguing in this rustic table. It originally served as a work table resulting in the deep gouges, marks and distress of the top. The square splay legs have been fortified so they are stable, yet still maintain their primitive appeal.
The heft of the slab wood top of this console table draws one to it, but it is the deep gouges, marks and distress that makes this rustic table so unique. Originally, this was likely a work table for a butcher or carpenter and now reveals generations of use.
The thick slab top draws one to this rustic coffee table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, crack and gouge that came from years of constant use( likely in a butcher's shop). There is a slight bow to the top but one can still set glasses upon it.
This pine drop front secretary is charming in every way, with a soft, satin wax finish that compliments the paneled doors, lovely bonnet and Swedish country styling. The pine patina has deepened through over 100 years adding to the aged grace of this traditional bureau.
There is a refined elegance about this enchanting set of salvaged arched glass doors. All 3 sections are hinged & able to open, while the sides can be secured/locked. This set is a rare find & will make a stunning addition for a truly exceptional living space.