Antique Refectory Farm Table
From Second Empire France (circa 1860), this lovely and substantial refectory table is made of solid oak with beautiful coloration and graining. It makes an impressive dining table, seating six people very comfortably. Or it can be an equally admirable library, hall or center table. With a shaped apron and wonderfully turned legs.
|Ref. No.:|| 21105-264|
|Year:|| France, circa 1860|
|Dimensions:|| 83-1/2" x 33-1/4" x 30" tall|
The exquisite graining may be the first thing you notice about this hand-crafted solid elmwood table.
|Antique Dining/Library Farm Table|
|Ref. No.:|| 21105-218|
|Year:|| England, circa 1880|
|Dimensions:|| 70" x 29-1/2" x 30" tall|
From late-19th-century England, it's an excellent size (70 inches long) for a smaller dining area but seats six comfortably. And it can work brilliantly as a library, hall or center table. Refectory base, handsomely turned legs.
The excellent color of the antique chestnut alone would make this a beauty of a French farmhouse table. But it also has a superb two-inch-thick solid chestnut top, grand turned legs and stretcher supports, plus an apron and support rails with beaded trim at the edge. This is a particularly versatile late-19th-century piece. It can seat six for dinner; make an elegant library, hall or center table; or even serve as an extremely handsome desk.
|Antique French Farmhouse Table|
|Ref. No.:|| 21105-204|
|Year:|| France, circa 1870|
|Dimensions:|| 80" x 30-3/4" x 30" tall|
Antique (19th-Century) Mahogany and Chestnut Tables
|Ref. No.:|| 6020-71 (top), 21105-211 (lower)|
|Year:|| Circa 1820 (top), circa 1880 (lower)|
|Dimensions:|| See text|
|Price:|| $1,450 (top), $1,850 (lower)|
These two handsome antiques are stacked only because there's no more room in our store! And we wanted you to have a chance to see them anyway. (They are sold separately, we promise.)
TOP From England, this very early Regency library table (circa 1820) has a pine top with a pretty molded edge, a rich mahogany base and wonderful color. The legs are particularly attractive, reeded in front and chamfered in back -- or the other way around, if you prefer. Ideally sized for diminutive spaces: 54 inches wide, 30-1/2 inches deep and 31-1/2/ inches tall.
LOWER This beautiful French farm table is solid chestnut with excellent color and patina. Circa 1880, it has cabriole legs and a gracefully shaped apron. 70 inches wide, 32 inches deep and 30 inches tall.
Antique Solid-Pine Cricket Table
|Solid-Pine Cricket Table|
|Ref. No.:|| #21105-111|
|Year:|| England, circa 1800|
|Dimensions:|| 28" diameter x 27" tall|
Cricket tables are always distinctive pieces, and this early-19th-century find is a particularly desirable example. Very pretty, very country and very English, in solid pine with a sturdy lower shelf.
Antique Library or
Center Hall Table
|Library or Center Table|
|Ref. No.:|| 7067-65|
|Dimensions:|| 41 ½" x 32 3/4" x 31 ½" tall|
This very stately and very early library or center table is from a 17th-century estate in Cuckfield, West Sussex. Almost 200 years old, it was lime-waxed to an elegant finish in a later period. England, circa 1800.
Antique Writing Desk
This very handsome mid-19th-century French writing desk is made of exquisite carved oak with two carved-front drawers and stylish barley-twist legs and supports. The rich brown leather top with its rubbed back and antiqued gold tooling has been replaced, but the rest of this covetable desk is just as it was when Napoleon III reigned over Le Second Empire.
|Antique French Carved-Oak Writing Desk|
|Ref. No.:|| 21105-207|
|Year:|| France, circa 1860|
|Dimensions:|| 45" x 25" x 31-1/4" tall|