Pair of Göte Möbel stained beach armchairs with original leather and beech frame. Great authentic mid century look and comfort! Seat height 17"
This delightful peg leg chair has a traditional heart shaped cut-out in the back, which brings to mind a quaint cottage in the European countryside. The original dark blue paint is accented by red, yellow and green folk art stencil/painted flowers and flourishes.
Antique grocer's counter from Hungary circa 1890, original paint of steel blue and yellow over natural pine. The back is paneled and painted which makes this cabinet an ideal free standing kitchen island while the open shelving allows for easy access to stored items.
Fun & function abound in this free standing pine kitchen island with 24 drawers. This delightful pine apothecary originally served as a shop counter or storage cabinet. Counters similar to this were used throughout shops in the European countryside in the 1800's.
While you can frequently still find antique pine cabinets, it is harder to find a sideboard with original blue/gray paint such as this one. This cabinet is a charming representation of Swedish country craftsmanship, gently distressed over generations of use.
This highly unusual secretary is a special find. The remarkable folk art painted finish is all original, with brick red, salmon, yellow, blue and green all used to create the delightful flourishes. The interior desk is painted green and holds 8 drawers and the drop down desk top.
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.
There is something organic and inviting in the thick wood top of this rustic peg leg coffee table. Small but substancial, it is the years of use that have deepened its character, with a wonderful worn patina grown richer over time.
Every curve and carved element in this striking set of eight chairs is reflective of their Rococo styling. It is the intricate marquetry inlay that captures ones attention with peacocks, cherubs, flowers and vines entwining the backs.
Every exemplary detail was well executed by a master craftsman in this Empire secretary. Highly detailed inlaid figures & vines (note the Grecian influence), a sunburst pattern on the feet & masterfully crafted bow front of the mahogany doors and drawer.
Stunning Biedermeier secretary crafted in Denmark during a peak era known for high quality furniture craftsmanship. Note the beauty of the wood, curve of each door and how the carved elements & turned columns accent the stately appeal of this remarkable piece.
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.
This delightful coffee table is a special find thanks to the original blue painted finish and traditional floral embellishments. The simplistic folk art paint style of Eastern Europe included the use of bright colors, flowers and vine motifs all seen here.
The vibrant colors are all original on this blue painted antique chest of 3 drawers. The floral embellishments of tulips and hearts were traditional elements of Swedish country painting. The whimsical flowers and bright colors create a cheerful feel.
This delightful bench still maintains its original blue paint with a whimsical array of flowers and flourishes in the traditional folk art style of the era. The exuberant painting style from turn of the century Romania till brings joy today.
At almost 6' wide, this coffee table makes an impressive statement with large turned baroque legs and unique trestle base. While crafted around the turn of the century, it has been given a recent black painted finish for an updated modern look.
It is the incredible hand-carved details that make this trunk or "coffer" so impressive. This solid oak trunk is the type one might see if touring the hallways of a castle in Denmark. The date of 1776 reveals this baroque trunk has passed the test of time.
Rich dark wood and stately lines define this handsome Biedermeier drop front secretary from Germany. Note the concave curve of the upper cabinet door and beautiful mahogany grain pattern that attracts the eye.
The gracious curves seen in these two arm chairs are reflective of Sweden's love of Rococo styling. Curved backs, cabriolet legs, turned spindles as stretchers and carved details all combine for a romantic look to each chair.
A wonderful example of Swedish country craftsmanship and folk art painting from the Dalarna region, this cupboard is exquisitely painted throughout in traditional earth tones with cream,black and green accents over almost every surface.
This highly painted secretary captures ones imagination with village townspeople during harvest time. Hand painted vines trail along the bonnet while elaborate flourishes adorn the lower 3 large drawers. The 12 small interior drawers were a traditional element.
Class and style combine in this lovely matching set of 4 side chairs and 2 arm chairs carved in the Rococo style. The painted white finish shows distress revealing generations of use which creates a nice contrast with the hardwood beneath.
This vintage work table has a worn patina after generations of use. The stains, gouges, scratches, cracks, dings add to the character of this 4.5' rustic table.The iron bolts on the side give it a slight industrial feel.
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.
The graceful lines of this oak secretary or "bureau" reveal its Swedish country heritage. The addition of a professionally applied blue painted finish compliments its Swedish styling as well. The romantic curve of the upper bonnet adds a dramatic crown.
There is a tremendous amount of character packed into a small space in this unique tea table with it's removable red painted metal tray. Notice the hand painted pastoral scene with goats resting upon a mountain top, encircled by golden leaves.
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.
Heavy turned legs with a trestle base create the great lines in this solid oak refectory or library table from France. The decorative hand-carved skirt adds depth and drama as well. This long console is just under 8’ long.
This handsome large French oak chest of drawers has been given new life with a bleached finish, lightening the dark oak and bringing out the lovely details of the paneled drawers and cabriolet feet.
The unique patina of this coffee table comes from the aged, distressed planks of wood that comprise the top. Every scratch and gouge from generations of use as a worktable add to the character of the table itself.
This lovely chest of drawers has multiple elements which combine to create an exceptional piece. The original green (& blue) painted finish has elaborate flourishes in the monograms, date of 1791, & highly decorated drawers(trimmed in old brick red paint).
This amazing oak trunk is a rare find. The original dark paint remains along with date of 1797. Unique to this chest is the four figural panels which portray the Passion of Christ. Elaborate wrought iron details include the massive side handles, corners, & straps.
A complete set of vintage sofa w/matching club chairs is a great find that does not come along often. The brown vintage leather is accented with the traditional tufted Chesterfield back, heavily rolled arms & nail head accents.
This lovely long bench is a wonderful example of Swedish Gustavian craftsmanship with delicately carved details including a branch and leaf design. Carved finials and tapered legs add to the timeless appeal and style.