Beautiful mahogany and clean lines accentuate this game table that was made in the USA during the 1800's. The top is hinged so it may be easily stored half its full, open size. The top also "turns" smoothly on the felt g
Antique English oak sideboard, circa 1700-1720, with a single carved door and low shelf.
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 American 19th century flame mahogany sideboard, circa 1820-1840, features a pair of drawers, a low gallery surrounding the top and four turned legs with the original brass casters.
Made of mixed woods like elm and pine, this antique console table would make an excellent buffet or sideboard.
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
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
A very versatile piece, this early 19th century sideboard could easily function as a sofa table or buffet. The gloss lacquer finish enhances the dark yellow ocher paint and gives it incredible depth. The three drawers pr
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
This console table has a strong aesthetic appeal due to the combination of the rich, reclaimed oak top and the aged, industrial legs creating the perfect visual blend. The table is made from reclaimed maple railroad box
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
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