This impressive baroque farm table creates a strong presence after 200 years of use. Note the distinctive baroque legs, dovetail joints, wood pegs used as nails and metal reinforced ends. Restored and waxed, it is strong and ready to be used.
Charming antique pine cupboard with (newer) pale blue painted finish The scalloped edging adds a touch of grace while the bonnet is a traditional Swedish style element. This cabinet is made in 2 pieces; the top can easily be separated from the base.
This handsome gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 23" deep console table. Metal "handle" were added underneath for ease of use.
At 7.5' long, this old farmhouse table will serve well in today's modern home. The trestle base with pegs made these tables easy to take apart, transport and assemble quickly and easily. Restored, this is in strong/stable condition w/ wax finish.
This striking gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 22.5" deep console table, when fully opened it is 58.5" deep.
Impressive in size at over 9' long, this French oak library or refectory table is visually stunning with its heavy turned Baroque legs and 4 supportive stretchers. Notice the monogram of PCH carved into the center.
This exceptional trunk is a wonderful example of Swedish craftsmanship.. The lovely patina of the original teal blue paint has softened and distressed over countless generations of use. Note the monogram of B&M and date 1788 inside a garland of flowers.
This fabulous armoire is a perfect example of Eastern European folk art paint. In addition to colorful floral bouquets, gaze to the upper bonnet to appreciate the portrait of a queen and the date of 1839 which is clearly visible.
The traditional folk art of the late 1800's into 1900's included floral motifs painted along the front and back such as this one with green floral wreathes and red flowers. The 2 bench seats lift to reveal hidden storage below.
The soft colors of blue and white lovingly detail the floral bouquets on the front and side panels of this unique find. It is actually a flat top trunk raised up on four legs, creating a unique side table with hidden storage.
Fun and function combine in this free standing pine kitchen island with 12 drawers. This delighful pine cabinet originally served as a grocer's shop counter or storage cabinet. Free-standing, it would be ideal as a kitchen island or large bathroom vanity.
Traditional side trim, bun feet and carving along the crown are traditional style elements seen in this antique pine bookcase. Notice the interior shelving arrangement; at some point a small hanging rod was included in this cabinet.
This antique pine chest of drawers has 4 drawers, providing ideal storage in a narrow space and stands at almost 3.5' tall. The simple carving along the sides, bun feet and dovetail joints were traditional style elements in furniture crafted in the 1800's in Sweden.
There is something captivating about this round/cylinder trunk. Likely used as a travel trunk, one wonders if it was used to store rolled maps and charts? the deep patina of the pine combine with iron edging & latch for a great vintage look.
It is the original distressed green paint that captures ones eye in this traditional country farm table with trestle base. The top is made of 6 planks with gouges, marks, stains and knots that all add character and appeal while revealing the years of use this table received.
This pine drop front secretary is charming in every way, with a soft, satin wax finish that compliments the aged pine and Swedish country styling. There are three working drawers below the drop front with brass key escutcheons.
This style of Swedish bench was formerly known as a "maid's bed." The seat still lifts up (and off) to reveal storage below, while the attractive lattice work and carving along the back and curved side arms add to its charm.
Antique Baroque chest of drawers with brass pulls and a yellow painted finish, circa 1740 to 1760. The scalloped edge of the top is carried down through the 4 drawer fronts and bottom molding resulting in an elegant, serpentine case. A strong and elegant style made entirely of oak.
This authentic set of 3 travel cases is reminiscent of the days of train travel and crossing the Atlantic on an early ocean liner. Each are furnished with a detachable drawer and upholstered interior. Old newspaper clippings & torn travel tag still attached.
An exceptional & rare find, this 12' long striking drop leaf table has a deep rich patina of the dark oak, aged and naturally distressed over generations. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, closed it is 32" deep, open it will seat 12.
Original oil on wood panel portrait by Michael Therkildsen (Denmark 1850-1925). Notice the finely executed details & use of light on the lady's face & lace shawl. Note there is a horizontal line/crack below the artist's signature.
With gouges, scrapes and markings acquired with over 100 years of use originally as a work table, this coffee table is loaded with character. The darker splay peg legs and metal bolts in the sides add to its appeal as well. Restored/waxed.
This vintage carpenters' workbench has a warm patina after years of traditional use. The scratches, dings and stains add to the character of this 6' work table. It has a single vice with wood handle and a recessed tray where the carpenter would lay his tools.
This handsome wingback chair is in well-kept original condition and sits comfortably, snug within the traditional wing sides. The 1940's era still lingers here, and beckons to you as well. Will benefit from a leather conditioner. Seat Height: 18.5"
This remarkable long table is made from one solid pine plank of wood. the gouges, scratches & marks indicate it was likely used as a work table. This 9.75" long dining table was given a new cast iron base creating an industrial look while adding strength/stability.
There is a beauty to the wood that was used to create this old work table which now serves as a modern day console table. This console table has been restored and waxed, so it is ready to be used and enjoyed. Top depth: 21" Depth at Legs: 24"
The heavy gouges, scrapes and stains all combine to build the depth of character which create the desire to touch this rustic coffee table. The top almost has a "live edge" feel to it and the splay peg legs are slightly darker which creates a fun contrast.
It is the wood top that one finds intriguing in this rustic table which originally served as a work table, resulting in the appealing worn patina of the wood top due to the deep gouges, scrapes & old cracks. The peg/splay legs add to the primitive appeal.
It is the thick natural wood top that one finds intriguing in this rustic table. It originally served as a work table, resulting in the rugged worn patina of the wood top due to the deep gouges, scrapes and old cracks. Top: 16.75"d Legs: 22.5" deep
Antique flame mahogany 2 door cabinet made in two sections, there are 2 drawers below and 2 doors with a single drawer above. The entire front is covered in an exceptional veneer of book matched flame mahogany. Restored & ready for use.
Vintage leather club chairs are sought after these days for those seeking to add an aged element to a modern home; these are scaled on the small side so will fit in a variety of settings. This pair shows extensive signs of age and wear.
Impressive and tall, these original hand-painted on board icons of Saint Bartholemew & Saint Peter originally hung inside a Swedish church in the early 1800's. The paint shows soft fading and craqueluer throughout which adds to the gentle grace of the pair.
The original painted finish adds both grace and grandeur to this striking display cabinet from Italy. Muted colors of cream, ocher, blue and green add depth and character in the hand-painted flourishes. Dentil molding along the crown that adds to the effect as well.
The warm pine glows in this lovely sideboard from Denmark. The dramatic turned barley twist columns and carved flowers in the panel doors add to its appeal. This sideboard has been restored and given a wax finish.
This style of Swedish bench was formerly known as a "maid's bed." The seat still lifts up (and off) to reveal storage below, as seen in the photos. The attractive lattice work along the back and curved side arms add to its charm. Seat height: 19"
There is an understated elegance to this lovely buffet server from England. There is a deep patina to the beautiful mahogany veneer and a gentle curve graces the slightly bowed front. The drawer to the right has dividers which allows items 12.75" tall to stand.