This 8′ long dining table was custom-made using reclaimed maple boxcar flooring. The distressed wood is a result of years of moving cargo through the train’s boxcars – it has been sanded, stained and given a strong finis
This highly unique cabinet is a wonderful example of Swedish creativity. Swedish craftsmen were very resourceful building multiple functions into one piece of furniture in order to maximize the typically small space avai
This 5′ long writing table was custom-made using reclaimed maple boxcar flooring. The distressed wood is a result of years of moving cargo through the train’s boxcars. The attraction of this desk is the exeptional finish
The hand-wrought iron work surrounding this baroque oak box is truly exceptional. It has been placed on a newer stand, allowing it to serve as a stunning side table next to a sofa or side chairs or even serve as a unique
While pine trestle tables were traditional and found throughout the European countryside in the mid to late 19th Century, it is unusual to find one that still maintains its original paint as this one does. The soft dove
This 48" diameter table was custom-made using reclaimed maple boxcar flooring. The distressed wood is a result of years of moving cargo through the train’s boxcars – it has been sanded, stained and given a hard finish fo
Large antique birch dining table from Denmark, circa 1840-1860. The table is made up of three tables put together to achieve this grand size and shape. The two end pieces are demilune tables added to the middle drop leaf
Antique mahogany dining table from the Philippines, circa 1860-1880, with a trestle base.
This item is part of our “unrestored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or le...
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 s...
Made of solid oak, the two plank top rests on a dovetailed apron with a single drawer. The large bulbous legs are connected by thick, pegged stretchers worn smooth from two centuries of use.
Antique round mahogany dining table from the U.S, circa 1860-1880 with paw feet on a split pedestal.
Stunningly crafted round mahogany table with exquisitely carved Griffin base. The table does expand and will take leaves which could be custom made.
Antique pine farm table from Denmark, circa 1860, with slightly tapered legs.
Antique 19th century oval pine extension table made in Sweden, circa 1840-1860. Closed, it measures 49" but could be expanded to 75" with the addition of a custom leaf that would have to be made. The table has been profe
Antique pine table top from Denmark made up of 4 planks, circa 1880. The new cast iron legs give the table an industrial look as well as giving it stability. The table top has been restored and finished with a satin wax.
This small country pine table from Sweden still retains it's original light blue painted finish. The paint is worn in places allowing the pine to show through and a light wax finish has been applied, adding to the countr
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.
Carved oak dining table in an English Jacobean style with a large low shelf connecting all four heavy turned legs.
Late 19th century country dining or kitchen table featuring a large utility drawer in the apron as well as a narrow drawer at one end. The detachable top is made up of four planks resting on a base with hand turned legs.
Country work table with a large lower shelf and remnants of old blue paint. Perfect as a kitchen prep table or behind a sofa as a console.
This console or work table from Denmark is solid oak with a gloss lacquered finish enhancing the remnants of old red paint. The four stretchers, connecting the tapered legs with block feet, are original and worn from ove
This antique work table with 8 legs, 3 drawers and original grey paint would make a great kitchen island. The table was made in Sweden and dates to the late 1800's.
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
Early 19th century pine tavern table from Denmark, with four baluster shaped legs and well worn stretchers. There are remnants of old amber colored paint that contrasts nicely with the dark pine construction. The table w
This table features tapered legs. a deep apron with two drawers, and applied carving to the front.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before ship...
Narrow antique dining table made in America from cherry wood, circa 1890-1910, with two narrow drop leaves. With the leaves down, this table would make a great console at only 19.75"deep, while fully extended it measures
Nice pair of antique demilune birch tables from Sweden, circa 1860.
Antique yellow lacquered altar table from China, circa 1840-1860. The natural wood color offers a wonderfull contrast to the amber color of the paint. At just over six feet long and almost 12" deep this would make a perf
Antique pine console table from China circa 1880, with two small and three larger drawers.
Rustic and well used antique carpenter's bench from Hungary with an incredible patina from decades of use, circa 1860. It has a single vice with wood handle and a recessed tray where the carpenter would lay his tools. Th
The graceful lines of the thin cabriole legs carry upwards through the apron and are accented with a blue painted floral design. The top is coprised of 24 individual antique gray glazed tiles, each with an aubergene colo
Antique pine Gustavian demilune console table from Sweden, circa 1860-1880. The striking painted finish is an overall gray, but take a moment to examine the close up photos where the subtle layers of white and light gray
This is a stunning example of a Carl Johan style Swedish writing desk. Made with beautiful flamed birch, the elegance of this piece is exemplary.
Large antique mahogany partner's desk from Denmark, circa 1860-1880, with a new leather top, carved and turned legs and 3 drawers in the apron.