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.
Antique work table with cast iron legs and a weathered hardwood top from Sweden, circa 1880.
This tall and dramatic work table draws you in to reach out and touch it's thick unfinished hard wood top with rustic appeal. The ornate, vintage cast iron legs on castors add stability and give the piece an industrial slant, making this a great work table or kitchen island.
Antique commercial butcher's block from France circa 1840-1880 with a single drawer and turned legs. The top is uneven from decades of use. Please take a moment to enlarge the photos and examine the details up close.
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 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.