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
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 circa 1840 console table is made of elm and features four drawers with brass ring pulls, and is supported by elongated legs. The table's simple and clean lines give a country feel and would make a great server or bu
Made of mixed woods like elm and pine, this antique console table would make an excellent buffet or sideboard.
Antique pine console table from China circa 1880, with two small and three larger drawers.
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
This antique Spanish Colonial table from the Philippines circa 1800, is supported by a pair of carved pedestal legs, broad feet and connected by a low stretcher. The top is a single slab of wood, naturaly distressed with
New Industrial Steel Sideboard and Work Table from India with 9 drawers and a hardwood top.
Made in the USA from reclaimed railroad box car flooring, this long oak console table features cast iron legs that come from old machinery. The rustic top has a durable finish and an iron stretcher that make this table v
This antique Gustavian table with a pair of drawers and open shelving below is painted on all four sides. As it is "free-standing," it would make a great kitchen island in addition to console table. The light gray paint
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
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
This circa 1900 antique hardwood workbench has a pair of vices with a wood handle and a recessed tray where the carpenter would lay his tools and for catching debris. The traditional keyed trestle base allows it to be a