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.
This fascinating 6' table holds visual intrigue due to the carved wood and iron base. Notice the carved scalloped and curved details accented and supported by the wrought iron scroll work of the unique base.
The graceful lines of the gustavian period are seen in the tapered legs of this lovely Swedish dining table. It is the (more recent) white painted finish that captures the eye and adds a touch of romance to it as well. One removable leaf at 18" deep/69" total length.
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 delightful sideboard still maintains its original soft blue painted finish with floral and fruit painted panels. A monogram is seen over the top of the cabinet door while right side has a single drawer & is painted with floral pattern seen on front.
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.
Handsome Spanish side table has a traditional carved lyre leg made in the unique shape of swan heads. Note date 1799 carved into the leg. The twisted wrought-iron stretchers add a wonderful contrast to the rich patina of the aged walnut.
The unique patina of this 5' coffee table comes from the aged distressed planks of oak that comprise the top. Notice the variation of dark and light veins that run through each plank of wood. It has been restored; it is strong/stable with a wax finish.
Lovely pair of antique demi lune tables with perfectly tapered/fluted legs and lovely skirt with applied carved details adding a romantic touch. Finished with a (newer) gray distressed paint & soft blue faux marble top; the perfect compliment to their Swedish styling.
This antique oak coffee table from Denmark with a brass insert originally served as a type of large ash tray. With 5 turned legs and ornately carved aprons, this unique piece may be creatively used for a variety of hosting in today's modern home.
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.
The small rectangular pine top is balanced by the turned pedestal base resting on three "feet." This was a traditional style throughout Sweden in the 1800s.
It is the rough hewn hard wood top one finds intriguing in this console table. It originally served as a work table as seen in the heavy gouges, marks & stains which distress the top. Cracks and the natural veins & knots in the wood all add to the rustic appeal.
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.
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.
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.
It is the delightful carving that catches ones eye in this large oak drop leaf table. The curvaceous base with cut out circle and tulips carved out at the ends are enchating. At almost 7' long, it invites one to sit and linger. 30" deep closed/53.5" deep open.
This delightful country Gustavian table with it's low stature would make a great side table or nightstand. The table has an off white/light blue painted finish with blue vein accent, which has been gently distressed thru years of use.
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 table features tapered legs. a deep apron with two drawers, and applied carving to the front.
Antique oak dining tble from Denmark circa 1840-1860, with two carved drawers and turned legs.
This item is part of our “unrestored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional
Large, freestanding five-drawer mahogany desk with elaborate marquetry inlay a
Beautiful English campaign style Desk with brass drawer pulls, brass casters and threaded legs that unscrew from the top. Constructed of elm, a mahogany colored finish has been applied to the wood.
This lovely and elegant French antique bureau plat or writing table has a variety of veneers with 3 working drawers. The decorative brass ormalu and hardware is all original and create the "look" that made these French desks famous for their fashion around the world.
The natural wear seen on this French Maple Butcher's Block with 2 drawers came from the many years of use. Note the castors and slot to hold knives in the back of the heavy top.
This delightful antique pine coffee table has recently been given a white painted finish, adding to the European country charm of the piece. The single drawer and turned stretcher base add to the visual appeal, creating great impact in a small space.
Antique Swedish Pine Trestle Table, circa 1940.
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.
Antique Danish oak draw leaf table, circa 1880, with leaves that pull out from each end and carved legs supported by an H shaped stretcher.
Stunningly crafted round mahogany table with exquisitely carved Griffin base. The table does expand and will take leaves which could be custom made.
This classic pair of demilune tables are made of dark mahogany rest upon turned legs.