It is the years of constant use revealed in every ding, gouge, stain and scratch that enrich the character of this carpenters' workbench. Unique to this rustic console is enclosed lower section with cabinet door that opens to reveal inner shelving.
Large French oak sideboard with traditional carved panel details will serve as an impressive buffet. Note the newer professionally applied & layered gray painted finish, lightly distressed to compliment the age and grace of this lovely sideboard.
Green painted pine sideboard or buffet with carved lion head accents on doors. Newer, professionally applied seafoam green paint brings fresh life to this cabinet. Note the handsome carved panels, dentil molding & handsome side details.
The original hand-painted details of this delightful cabinet aged gracefully & bear a soft patina obtained by the passage of time. Notice the lovely flower details inside the panel & faux wood background which were traditional folk art styling of the day.
The stunning walnut is the highlight of this long refectory or library table. The balance of six turned legs & long stretcher make it easy to accommodate chairs for a dining table. A deep patina has developed over the past 100 years adding richness as well.
Original painted pine sideboard dated 1795, rich deep patina to the aged wood. Hand painted flourishes in green, red and yellow. Faded monogram and date of 1795 still visible on door. Restored with wax finish.
The natural beauty of the stone top makes this console table a wonderful find. Restored, the strong table base is painted with a newer white finish. This versatile table may also serve as a small server, buffet or even kitchen island.
Antique Swedish country pine cabinet with carved skirt. White painted finish with gray undertones and natural pine showing through.
Restored, strong and stable, one key included.
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.
Dark oak console table with three drawers just under 7' long. Note the deep patina of the wood, including old cracks, stains and nicks that add to the aged appeal.
21" Floor to skirt height.
This extordinary 13' long table is a special find; it is rare to find an original antique table this long. Generations of use are seen in every scratch, gouge, stain, and stain in the top, which rests on a traditional trestle base painted gray.
Gustavian sideboard with traditional details such as the fluted carved diamonds in each door & drawer panel, tapered fluted feet & applied carved swag at upper corners. The remarkable layerd blue/gray painted finish is newer and professionally applied.
Long console table that served as an alter table in late 18th century China. Note the soft, organic finish from generations of use that create a desire to run ones fingers along the surface. Classic lines give this 10' long console table a timeless look.
This rustic console table with splay peg legs originally served as a work table. The top reveals generations of use in the heavy gouges, cracks, stains & age related separation of the two heavy planks which add character and intrigue to the table itself.
This wonderful old farm table will serve well as a rustic console table in today's modern home. This trestle table originally served as a work table. Notice the many deep gouges, scrapes, nicks and stains that all reflect generations of use.
The dark patina of this old carpenter's workbench reflects its age & years of use. Every ding, scratch, gouge and stain enrich its character. Narrow at only 13" deep with one lower trestle "runner" it is ideal to serve as a long (almost 8') console table or sofa table.
Low sideboard of veneered wood with four bypassing doors standing on slanted black tapered legs. This credenza has great presence due to the striking wood that was a style statement of the period and remains a fashion statement today.
This impressive console table draws you to reach out and touch it due to it's thick hard wood slab top that originally served as a work table. The (new) cast iron legs have a vintage look adding stability and an industrial look.
This graceful pair of antique demi-lune tables are from Sweden. Note the slender tapered/fluted legs and lovely skirt with applied carving. Both these side tables are finished with a newer, professionally applied layered white painted finish.
This lovely antique revival writing table will serve well as a large console table in today's home. The newer applied professional white painted finish shows off the X shaped stretcher & impressive barley twist legs. Traditional faux marble motif in a light taupe shade.
Beautiful lines define this striking Italian Renaissance style console table. Crafted in pine, the white painted finish has been scraped and distressed to reveal the pinewood below, adding character and depth to the finish while highlighting carved details.
This delightful sideboard has been given a white painted finish, adding to its charming French country style. The paint has been gently distressed with a finish that matches the age and softens the finish as well.
The appeal of this old work table comes from the aged wood itself, worn and distressed through years of use adding to the character imbedded in the table. The industrial iron base is solid, allowing this to function as a desk, console, work or craft table.
It is the arched paneled doors, scalloped skirt and diamond detail of the drawers that separate this French oak sideboard apart from others. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home.
It is the lovely carved details and heavily paneled doors that draws one to this French oak sideboard. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home and shows off the wonderful grain.
This large oval table rests on a trestle base with four sides, indicating it may have served as a work table in the early 1800's. It is pine, but was given a white painted finish fitting its Swedish roots at some point.
What an amazing find! At over 9 1/2 feet long, this old work table has tremendous appeal thanks to the original green painted base and the stretchers supported by iron rods which give it an industrial edge. The entire table has been restored and gently sanded.
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.
It is rare to find a matched pair of narrow cabinets making this veneered mahogany set a special find. The striking vertical groove pattern in the mahogany doors are topped by a carved crown.
There is something inviting about the aged pine and heavy legs of this old library table from Denmark. Notice the heavy wear along the drawers and mis-matched pulls revealing its constant use as it likely served as work table as well
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.