Crafted by a Danish master carpenter, this clean-lined, mid-century rosewood coffee table has both solid and veneered rosewood. Note the attractive wood and joints.
This delightful pine table comes from the Swedish countryside. The original faux wood painted finish was the folk art style of the era. The folk art painted finish is a combination of brick red and black which creates the "grain" appearance.
The decorative top of this unique table is made from an old fence. The base was base was created to hold the top which is covered with a heavy glass top. Fun and Functional, this will make a one of a kind accent piece.
There is a tremendous amount of character packed into a small space in this unique English table with it's removable black painted metal tray. Notice the mother of pearl inlay that is inserted on the flat of the tray at each of the four folk art painted points.
Beautiful details abound in this lovely original white painted standing desk. The carved swag, flourishes & dentil molding gracefully accent the slanted surface while all raised on slender tall legs. This will make the perfect hostess stand, reception desk or unique display for a special book.
Large, freestanding five-drawer mahogany desk with elaborate marquetry inlay a
Stunningly crafted round mahogany table with exquisitely carved Griffin base. The table does expand and will take leaves which could be custom made.
This antique Karl Johan birch side table from Sweden, circa 1850-1870 , features an oval top resting on a single turned
Antique oval birch side table from Sweden circa 1840-1860, with a turned pedestal resting on a tripod base or scrolled feet.