There is a beauty to the wood that was used to create this old work table which now serves as a modern day console table. This console table has been restored and waxed, so it is ready to be used and enjoyed. Top depth: 21" Depth at Legs: 24"
The heavy gouges, scrapes and stains all combine to build the depth of character which create the desire to touch this rustic coffee table. The top almost has a "live edge" feel to it and the splay peg legs are slightly darker which creates a fun contrast.
It is the wood top that one finds intriguing in this rustic table which originally served as a work table, resulting in the appealing worn patina of the wood top due to the deep gouges, scrapes & old cracks. The peg/splay legs add to the primitive appeal.
It is the thick natural wood top that one finds intriguing in this rustic table. It originally served as a work table, resulting in the rugged worn patina of the wood top due to the deep gouges, scrapes and old cracks. Top: 16.75"d Legs: 22.5" deep
Antique flame mahogany 2 door cabinet made in two sections, there are 2 drawers below and 2 doors with a single drawer above. The entire front is covered in an exceptional veneer of book matched flame mahogany. Restored & ready for use.
Vintage leather club chairs are sought after these days for those seeking to add an aged element to a modern home; these are scaled on the small side so will fit in a variety of settings. This pair shows extensive signs of age and wear.
Impressive and tall, these original hand-painted on board icons of Saint Bartholemew & Saint Peter originally hung inside a Swedish church in the early 1800's. The paint shows soft fading and craqueluer throughout which adds to the gentle grace of the pair.
The original painted finish adds both grace and grandeur to this striking display cabinet from Italy. Muted colors of cream, ocher, blue and green add depth and character in the hand-painted flourishes. Dentil molding along the crown that adds to the effect as well.
The warm pine glows in this lovely sideboard from Denmark. The dramatic turned barley twist columns and carved flowers in the panel doors add to its appeal. This sideboard has been restored and given a wax finish.
This style of Swedish bench was formerly known as a "maid's bed." The seat still lifts up (and off) to reveal storage below, as seen in the photos. The attractive lattice work along the back and curved side arms add to its charm. Seat height: 19"
There is an understated elegance to this lovely buffet server from England. There is a deep patina to the beautiful mahogany veneer and a gentle curve graces the slightly bowed front. The drawer to the right has dividers which allows items 12.75" tall to stand.
Bright & cheerful, this 6' bench has hidden storage under the removable seat which originally served as a type of spare bed known as a "maid's bed." The festive blue paint is all original, while the distress & wear of the years simply add to its vintage appeal.
The wood cabinetry of this impressive store display was made in Scotland & shipped to London to be fitted for the Chinese characters/tole work added to the tin storage bins. This counter was specifically designed and used to sell bulk loose tea.
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.
This small chest of drawers is quite dramatic thanks to the (newer) black paint that is gently distressed, accenting the Rococo curves and cabriole feet. The size makes it adaptable to use as a nightstand or side table.
This antique baroque oak chest of drawers features a serpentine front, brass hardware pulls & an exceptional matte black painted finish gently distressed to match the age of the dresser. Made in two parts, four drawers rest on a base of cabriole legs.
Over 7’ tall, this dramatic painting will bring a splash of color and touch of joy to its surroundings. The lovely woman holding a bright bouquet of flowers enjoying a summer’s day is the artist’s wife, Adele Caroline Rautenbach. Signed by Mattias Peschke-Koedt.
The hand-carved details combine with the rich patina of the vintage leather in a captivating manner in this pair of arm chairs. Take a look to appreciate the carved details and how the patina of the aged wood and vintage leather beautifully combine together.
Original black forest carved coat racks have been sought after for generations, making this one a special find. The hand carved details add tremendous texture to the bears' fur, claws and bark on the tree. This coat rack assembles in 2 pieces.
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.
This antique oak sculpture shows off old world craftsmanship in the hunter, dog and bear. Notice the hand-carved details in the hunter's hat, horn, belt, and rifle slung around his shoulder.
Original oil on panel of a trainer working with a school race horse. Signed by JOHN SJÖSVÄRD (1890-1958) and dated on the back 1937. The artist painted mainly horses and ancient military motifs & was known for his work used on Olympic Equestrian Game posters.
Notice the interesting interior shelving and hinges. This delightful armoire has been restored and waxed so is ready to be used and enjoyed. Expected age related wear, cracks, distress, etc do not detract from the beauty nor function of the cupboard.
This oak table creates drama due to the massive legs, thick top and unique rounded ends. Notice the patterns in the oak top and use of wood pegs instead of nails.
Large and impressive at almost 4' tall, this original oil on canvas portrays a refined lady dressed in white sitting on a park bench. Notice the fine details such as her hat, gloves and brooch. Well executed and signed by Danish artist Carl Forup.
Elegant inlay of flowers, swans and detailed marquetry are the highlights of this refined chest of 3 drawers. The curved serpentine front and cabriolet legs add to the romantic appeal as well.Look closely to appreciate the incredible detail of the marquetry.
This antique pine chest has 4 drawers, providing ideal storage in a narrow space and stands at 3.5' tall. The applied carved details along the side, carved feet and dovetail joints were traditional style elements in furniture crafted in the 1800's in Sweden.
Enchanting portrait of a girl standing with a bouquet of pink flowers in her hand. Unsigned, Oil on canvas. On the back of the stretcher an exhibition label from Charlottenborg (the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts).
This highly unusual coffee table is a special find. The heavily turned trestle base, wood pegs (vs nails), simple inlay in the single drawer and even the wood inlay repairs seen in the top all add to the unique appeal of this one of a kind table.
Trestle tables were also called "harvest tables" as they were used at harvest season to feed farm workers on hand to bring in the crops. This 6.5' farm table is in excellent conditon. The pine has been naturally distressed over many years.
This versatile table with unusual sculptural base, single drawer & small size would make a great side table or nightstand. The table has been restored & has a wax finish which enhances the color and brings out the warmth of the natural pine.