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 would make a nice entry or sofa table with it's single large drawer.
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 over two centuries of use. The apron, has a single large drawer.
Antique pine side table from Denmark, circa 1890. Two unusual scrolled feet support the turned legs and the table top with a single drawer and brass pull. These tables with a satin wax finish over the natural pine make great end tables or even nights
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 country charm.