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.
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.
This fascinating 6' table holds visual intrigue due to the carved wood and iron base. Notice the carved scalloped and curved details accented and supported by the wrought iron scroll work of the unique base.
The graceful lines of the gustavian period are seen in the tapered legs of this lovely Swedish dining table. It is the (more recent) white painted finish that captures the eye and adds a touch of romance to it as well. One removable leaf at 18" deep/69" total length.
It is the delightful carving that catches ones eye in this large oak drop leaf table. The curvaceous base with cut out circle and tulips carved out at the ends are enchating. At almost 7' long, it invites one to sit and linger. 30" deep closed/53.5" deep open.
Stunningly crafted round mahogany table with exquisitely carved Griffin base. The table does expand and will take leaves which could be custom made.
This unique counter height table was custom-made using reclaimed maple boxcar flooring creating instant visual intrigue, those passing by will reach out to touch it. The distressed wood is a result of years of moving cargo through the train’s boxcars.
This table features tapered legs. a deep apron with two drawers, and applied carving to the front.
Antique Danish renaissance Revival table made of oak, circa 1880. The heavily carved apron is flanked by applied masks at each corner while the carved bulbous legs are connected by a molded stretcher. This could be used as a small dining table or as a gentleman or lady's desk.
Antique oak dining tble from Denmark circa 1840-1860, with two carved drawers and turned legs.
This item is part of our “unrestored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional
Antique Danish oak draw leaf table, circa 1880, with leaves that pull out from each end and carved legs supported by an H shaped stretcher.
Antique Swedish Pine Trestle Table, circa 1940.