Rustic work table with red paint remaining on legs. Generations of use seen in every gouge, nick, scratch, hole and stain. Typical aged separation of planks; metal rods add an industrial feel.This table may also serve as a kitchen island if raised up.
This pine apothecary or old shop counter originally served in a Swedish country store. As a free standing counter with newer painted finish, it will serve well as a modern kitchen island. Drawer interior: 14.25"w x 23.75"d x 5"h.
The black lacquered polished finish on this antique Chinese cabinet provides a modern look allowing this to serve well in a contemporary setting. This free standing cabinet will be a stylish statement piece for a central entryway or even serve as a kitchen island.
An incredible find, this impressive long narrow refectory table is painted light blue and accented with darker blue trim around edges and diamonds on two drawers. The lower shelf and turned legs add to the elongate look of this 13" table.
Free-standing shop counter with gray painted finish, 8.5' long. Top natural pine. The back is paneled which makes this fun cabinet ideal for a free standing kitchen island. Restored and given a light wax finish; ready for use.
Antique shop counter with original residual paint over natural pine. The back is paneled which makes this fun cabinet ideal for a free standing kitchen island. This painted sideboard has been restored and given a waxed finish.
Rustic purple & green work table with two drawers and lower stretcher base with six legs. This heavily used table reflects generations of use in every gouge, nick, scratch, crack and distressed paint which all add to the character of the table itself.
This pine shop counter is a replica of those used throughout the 1800's in Europe. It has 3 cabinet doors revealing interior storage while the left section is designed to hold wine or other bottles. May be used as a buffet or a free-standing kitchen island.
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.
It is the massive maple block top worn uneven from the many decades of use that draws one toward this original French butcher's block. Narrow and solid, it is being sold "as is.