Antique Tables

Fireside Antiques has a vast inventory of antique tables such as farm tables, drapery tables, occasional tables, coffee tables, drop leaf tables, bedside tables, consoles, desks and dining tables. We specialize in sourcing 18th century, 19th century, and 20th century antique and vintage tables for the modern and traditional home. Our tables originate in France, England, Spain, Italy and beyond. We carry tables in the styles of French country, Directoire, Mid-Century Modern, Baroque, Gothic and more. We carry one of the largest inventories of farm tables in the country. Turn to Fireside Antiques for your antique farm table needs.

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  • French Vintage Bistro Table

    $950.00

    27.88"H x "W x 24"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅞”H x 24”Diameter

    A classically designed French marble top bistro table to elevate any outdoor space. The wonderful new fusion stone top is affixed to the cast iron base and remains quite level. A three foot base continues to provide a stable foundation. The whole has gained a lovely patina from decades of use. If used outdoors, we recommend keeping the table undercover to prevent the base tarnishing. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • Pair of Mahogany Isle of Man Drink Tables

    $2,695.00

    30.63"H x "W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅝”H x 10”Diameter

    This whimsical pair of mahogany tables were crafted in the 19th century. The small tops over barley twist supports add the perfect touch of elegance. We are able to attribute them to the Isle of Man by the distinctive carved foot decoration to look like boots, an allusion to the island’s flag. Although slim, they remain quite sturdy and level. Make sure to view all the detailed images of this wonder pair of drink tables.

  • Pair of 19th Century European Iron Panel Consoles

    $7,200.00

    36.88"H x 54.38"W x 14.38"D

    Dimensions: 36-⅞”H x 54-⅜”W x 14-⅜”D

    This newly composed pair of consoles were recently crafted from 19th Century iron panels from Europe and topped with a fabulous piece of charcoal stone with white veining. The iron was painted a vibrant green once and has gained a perfect patina. Their unique design and hooked tops indicated they were likely once part of a larger fence or gate. Centered between the hook forms is the unmistakable gorgon head depicting Medusa. We recommend placing this console inside or undercover. Sold as a pair only. Make sure to look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of this one of a king pair of consoles. Sold as a pair only.

  • 19th Century European Iron & Zinc Console

    $6,995.00

    37.75"H x 70.38"W x 14.38"D

    Dimensions: 37-¾”H x 70-⅜”W x 14-⅜”D

    This newly composed console was recently crafted from an iron & zinc panel from the 19th century and topped with a fabulous piece of black stone with white veining. The metal is perfectly patinated and makes a statement in any outdoor space. We recommend placing this console inside or undercover. Make sure to look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of this one of a kind console.

  • French Massive Trestle Dining Table

    $14,995.00

    30.13"H x 157.88"W x 35.38"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅛”H x 157-⅞”W x 35-⅜”D

    At over 13 feet long this massive dining room table is an absolute showstopper. The raw hardwood top has been bleached and lightly sanded to reveal the stunning grain and knots. The sturdy trestle base has a rust toned finish that perfectly complements the top. From the outer, chamfered legs, to the center leg measures 58-½”W. The apron clearance is 25-¾”H. Can sit approximately 12-14 chairs, however pairing with a bench might provide more spaces if needed. Make sure to take a look at all of the photographs to get a closer look at this wonderful table.

  • English 19th Century Walnut Etagere

    $1,200.00

    28"H x 12"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 28”H x 12”W x 12”D

    A darling petite etagere from England, crafted during the 1800’s from solid walnut. Three tiers each have a three-quarter gallery connected to square upright supports. Featuring its original casters, it has the ability to turn 360 degrees. Great for adding a bit more storage in a powder room or any smaller space. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the quality craftsmanship and fine patina.

  • English Poplar & Mahogany Dining Table

    $8,200.00

    29.13"H x 118.25"W x 29.88"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅛”H x 118-¼”W x 29-⅞”D

    At almost 10 feet long this hardwood table is a showstopper. Crafted in England during the 1880’s, it’s gained a wonderful patina. The smooth tops edges have softened over the past 200 years and displayed the rich wood grain beautifully. A plain apron connects to fabulously turned chunky legs. The space between the center legs and outer measures 51”, fitting approximately 4 chairs on each side and 10 maximum. Pair with a bench to potentially provide more spaces. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • Reproduction Three Leg Bistro Table

    $830.00

    27.75"H x "W x 28.25"D

    Dimensions: 27-¾”H x 28-¼”Diameter

    Originally made popular during Paris’ Belle Époque, marble bistro tables continue to be used in bars, restaurants and bistros throughout France and other parts of Europe. These solid marble top and iron base tables are constructed in the same manner as they were over 100 years ago. This table features an antiqued, seamless brass band which encompasses the rim of the marble. The table bottom is constructed of 3-legged iron base, ensuring a stable and solid table. The tables are suitable for use indoors or out. If used outside, tarnishing may occur to the brass rim.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    28.13"H x 39.50"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 39-½”W x 23-⅝”D

    A delightful French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled black painted iron base. The marble top has beautiful charcoal veining and inclusions throughout. The base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet.

  • Italian Rococo Painted & Marble Console

    $8,995.00

    31.50"H x 61"W x 24"D

    Dimensions: 31-½”H x 61”W x 24”D

    A gorgeous Rococo console table with original serpentine marble top over a pierced apron. Asymmetrical in design, featuring deeply carved C & S scrolls throughout. The table must be connected flat to the wall with added support from an iron bar. The legs connect with a cartouche and sit on scrolled uprights. Worn original paint finish. Hand crafted circa 1800 or earlier. Make sure to view the detailed photographs to get a closer view of the wonderful elements.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    28.13"H x 39.38"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 39-⅜”W x 23-⅝”D

    A lovely French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled white painted iron base The white marble top has beautiful inclusions throughout and the base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    27.88"H x 39.38"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅞”H x 39-⅜”W x 23-⅝”D

    A delightful 19th century French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled black painted iron base. The marble top has beautiful charcoal veining throughout. The base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • English 19th Century Walnut & Soap Stone Table

    $2,200.00

    27.13"H x 29.63"W x 22.50"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅛”H x 29-⅝”W x 22-½”D

    Crafted in England during the 1880’s- this unique little table is topped with a beautiful piece of soapstone over a solid walnut base. The wonderfully patinated hardwood apron is free of any drawers and connects to square, slightly tapered legs. Level and sturdy enough to withstand continued everyday use, it works perfectly in any space. Make sure to check out the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • English Raw Pine Chopping Block Table

    $2,650.00

    34.13"H x 23.88"W x 23.88"D

    Dimensions: 34-⅛”H x 23-⅞”W x 23-⅞”D

    This perfectly square pine chopping block is a unique statement piece in any interior. The worn top is reinforced with iron brackets for continued use. The top, circa 1890, is most likely older than the base. Thick square legs support the whole and provide a level foundation for any cutting or mixing. Make sure to scroll through all of the photos to get a closer look at the details.

  • English 19th Century Chopping Block

    $3,250.00

    35.13"H x 23.50"W x 16"D

    Dimensions: 35-⅛”H x 23-½”W x 16”D

    This eye-catching antique chopping block is just as functional as it is decorative. Worn down with much time and use, the cut marks on the top are still a prominent feature. Steel reinforcements bind the wood together and provide lasting stability. Below the chopping block is a single drawer with a simple turned knob for ease of access to utensils. Wonderfully turned legs provide a level foundation- a necessity when in the kitchen. Make sure to take a look at the detailed images to get a better look at the unique characteristics of this chopping block table.

  • English 19th Century Gardeners Work Table

    $1,650.00

    28.25"H x 44.13"W x 20.13"D

    Dimensions: 28-¼”H x 44-⅛”W x 20-⅛”D

    This gardeners work table from 19th century England is a fantastic way to add a rustic pop of color to your space. The worn lime colored paint bears the marks of much use over the last two decades, giving it tons of antique charm. The front drop leaf is supported by a board fixed with a metal ring pull that pulls out from the apron. With the leaf up, the table measures 30-⅞”D. On the left side of the table, the apron houses a single drawer with a simple round brass knob. Supported by level, slightly tapered legs for continued everyday use. Make sure to check out the remaining images to get a closer look at this unique table.

  • Dutch 19th Century Mahogany Console

    $1,895.00

    30.50"H x 35.25"W x 16.63"D

    Dimensions: 30-½”H x 35-¼”W x 16-⅝”D

    A classic Dutch console table from the 19th century. Crafted from warmly toned mahogany, it’s gained a wonderful patina over the decades. A simple apron is supported by turned column front legs. A thick, concave plinth base sits almost flush to the ground and provides continued support for the console. The uncluttered design makes it easy to incorporate it into any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • English 19th Century Tilt Top Drink Table

    $1,400.00

    17.50"H x "W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 17-½”H x 15”Diameter

    This darling little drink table was crafted in England during the 19th century and has so much character. The top has the ability to tilt up with a latch on the underside, giving you the ability to stow it away. When not in use and tilted upright as a decorative piece its measurements are 24-¼”H x 15-¼”W x 11-⅞”D. Deeply patinated and worn in just the right spots. The carved base provides a stable foundation and considerable weight. Make sure to scroll through all of the photos to get a closer look at the details.

  • French 19th Century Walnut & Fruitwood Server

    $6,700.00

    31.13"H x 86.50"W x 19"D

    Dimensions: 31-⅛”H x 86-½”W x 19”D

    Crafted over 200 years ago, the hardwood server is a great way to add a warm element to your interior. The wonderfully patinated top is aged in all the right places with minor damage filled using small dowels from long ago. A thick apron houses a single drawer fixed with a simple, metal drop ring pull. Large, square legs with chamfered details connect with a classic H form stretcher and continue to provide support for everyday use. Recently polished with French wax paste to revitalize the walnut and fruitwood. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.

  • English 19th Century Pine Painted Server

    $2,995.00

    29.50"H x 52.50"W x 17.25"D

    Dimensions: 29-½”H x 52-½”W x 17-¼”D

    This 19th century English server is the perfect way to add a provincial pop of color to any space. The pine top showcases a beautiful patina and visible peg-in-hole joinery. Brightly painted in a sea foam green, the apron and legs have aged in just the right way. Two drawers, each fixed with a simple brass knob are housed within the apron and provide a nice bit of storage. A lower shelf with the natural pine finish complements the top and pulls the piece together nicely. Make sure to look at the detailed images to get a closer view of this unique server.

  • French Vintage Brass Etagere

    $1,995.00

    31.25"H x 17.88"W x 14.13"D

    Dimensions: 31-¼”H x 17-⅞”W x 14-⅛”D

    This whimsical little table features shelves with metallic gold paint and wonderful pierced brass galleries. The cream base paint is perfectly aged, adding to the overall fantastic patina. Vertical cast brass supports showcase a twisting design with a detailed floral motif and dainty ball shaped feet. A folate embellishment ornaments each leg where they connect to the shelves. The slight curve in the legs below the second shelf add a wonderful design. Make sure to take a look at the detailed photos to get a closer view of this darling etagere.

  • English 19th Century Mahogany & Cane Etagere

    $2,695.00

    27.63"H x 17.50"W x 17.50"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅝”H x 17-½”W x 17-½”D

    This fantastic etagere is a great addition to any interior. The mahogany frame features an inset marble top and classically turned legs. Two lower shelves showcase slightly recessed hand woven cane. Original brass castors provide an easy way to transport it through your space if you wish. Make sure to scroll through each image to get a better look at the details and excellent antique condition.

  • French Painted Louis XV Style Table

    $2,200.00

    27.25"H x 31"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 27-¼”H x 31”W x 23”D

    This whimsical table was created in the style of Louis XV, circa 1850. Recently painted with an avian and floral motif over a cream colored base. The scalloped apron houses a single drawer with a simply turned pull. Cabriole legs support the whole and compliment the scallop apron details. Make sure to take a look at all of the photos to get a better look at the details throughout.

  • French Pine Farm Table from Burgundy

    $5,500.00

    29.50"H x 99"W x 28.75"D

    Dimensions: 29-½’’H x 99”W x 28-¾”D

    French farm table crafted circa 1890 from richly patinated solid pine. The top elegantly showcases over 150 years of life, which originated in Burgundy. The apron houses one drawer;set off center on the front, and fixed with a simply turned wooden pull. Wonderfully, sturdy turned legs support the whole. Make sure to scroll through the photos to get a closer look at this classic farm table table. Knee clearance is 24-⅝”H.

  • 19th Century Sycamore Coffee Table

    $5,200.00

    16.75"H x 63"W x 24.50"D

    Dimensions: 16-¾”H x 63”W x 24-½”D

    This coffee table is the perfect rustic element for any interior. Hand Felled during the 1860’s from a single board of solid sycamore wood, it has gained a fantastic patina from years of everyday use. You can see the square joinery on top where the thick, slayed legs connect. Make sure to scroll through all of the photos to get a closer look at this sturdy low table.

  • French Dark Walnut Farm Table

    $7,500.00

    30.63"H x 88.25"W x 31"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅝”H x 88-¼”W x 31”D

    French farm table crafted in the 19th century from richly patinated solid walnut. The top elegantly showcases many generations of life. The apron is seamless and free of drawers. Wonderfully tapered legs support the whole. Make sure to scroll through the photos to get a closer look at this classic farm table table.

  • French 19th Century Walnut Low Table

    $4,795.00

    20.13"H x 69.75"W x 31.38"D

    Dimensions: 20-⅛”H x 69-¾”W x 31-⅜”D

    This large low table was crafted from solid walnut in France circa 1840. The two board top showcases a great patina and the marks of perfect aging. Two drawers are contained within the apron and each feature a simple brass pull that compliments the dark wood nicely. Thick square legs with chamfered details connect with an H form stretcher. This sharply designed table is easy to incorporate into a variety of decor. Make sure to take a look at the detailed photos to get a closer view of this provincial low table.

  • French 19th Century Pine Vendange Table

    $8,200.00

    27.13"H x 97.25"W x 39.25"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅛”H x 97-¼”W x 39-¼”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of pine and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 45-⅛”H x 97-¼”W x 30-⅞”D. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Fruitwood Vendange Table

    $4,200.00

    29.25"H x 49.75"W x 49.13"D

    Dimensions: 29-¼”H x 49-¾”W x 49-⅛”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of fruitwood and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 52-⅛”H x 49-¾”W x 18-¾”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Walnut Vendange Table

    $4,200.00

    30"H x 54.50"W x 39.13"D

    Dimensions: 30”H x 54-½”W x 39-⅛”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of walnut and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 46”H x 54-½”W x 27-⅜”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Pine Vendange Table

    $2,500.00

    29.63"H x 39.25"W x 38.25"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅝”H x 39-¼”W x 38-¼”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of pine and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 46-¾”H x 39-¼”W x 20-¾”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Pine Vendange Table

    $4,200.00

    29"H x 49.88"W x 40.25"D

    Dimensions: 29”H x 49-⅞”W x 40-¼”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of pine and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 46”H x 49-⅞”W x 18”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Pine Vendange Table

    $4,200.00

    29"H x 47.25"W x 34.50"D

    Dimensions: 29”H x 47-¼”W x 34-½”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of pine and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 45-¾”H x 47-¼”W x 21-½”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Oak Vendange Table

    $3,200.00

    29.25"H x 47.63"W x 38.75"D

    Dimensions: 29-¼”H x 47-⅝”W x 38-¾”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of oak and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 45-⅜”H x 47-⅝”W x 20-¾”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 19th Century Oak Vendange Table

    $3,200.00

    28.75"H x 47.25"W x 31.75"D

    Dimensions: 28-¾”H x 47-¼”W x 31-¾”D

    This wine tasting – or vendange – table was made in the 19th century in France. Used by wine-makers throughout France and Europe, these specialized tables feature the ability to be stored away when not in use thanks to the tilting mechanism that allows its top to be positioned in upright orientation so as to take up less space in tightly-quartered cellars. This antique is made of oak and has a nice patina. When tilted upright, the table measures: 41-⅛”H x 47-¼”W x 18-¾”D. Today, this unique table would be perfect for a breakfast room or informal dining space, but could also serve as a primary dining table for a smaller family.

  • French 18th Century Walnut Drop Leaf Dining Table

    $22,000.00

    31"H x 126"W x 38.75"D

    Dimensions: 31”H x 126”W x 38-¾”D

    An impressive solid walnut dining table over 12’ long from the 1780’s Normandy, France. This dining table is versatile with two functional drop leaf ends. Recently polished with a French paste wax, this table has a stunning patina that you can’t help but admire. The dining table top consists of only two solid boards! Two drawers are found in the apron on the long sides. When the leaves are dropped the width is reduced to 87 ¾” long, knee space is 24”. Be sure to look at the detailed images to see the character this table holds.

  • English 19th Century Work Table

    $5,995.00

    32.13"H x 70.75"W x 40.88"D

    Dimensions: 32-⅛”H x 70-¾”W x 40-⅞”D

    This stunning work table has a thick 1 ¾” thick pine top and would make a gorgeous kitchen island. Crafted from solid pine and oak, it remains incredibly sturdy and level. The brilliant is worn with marks from being used as a work surface. The apron contains two drawers; one on the front and the other on the end. The drawer housed in the front has three preordained sections for easy organization. Both have large rectangular pulls. Straight, square legs provide support for continued everyday use. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • Early 19th Century Chestnut Server

    $6,995.00

    30"H x 74.38"W x 25.50"D

    Dimensions: 30”H x 74-⅜”W x 25-½”D

    Crafted circa 1800 in England, this handsome server is the perfect provincial touch to any space. The solid chestnut has gained a fantastic patina. The top showcases the distinctive wood grain beautifully. Three drawers with scalloped edges are housed in the apron; all are fixed with a simple turned pull. Sturdy legs with chamfered details connect to an H shaped stretcher and provide lasting support for continued everyday use. Make sure to take a look at the detailed images to get a closer view of this great server.

  • Pair of French Bistro Tables

    $6,500.00

    28.63"H x 49.25"W x 29.63"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅝”H x 49-¼”W x 29-⅝”D

    A pair of French bistro dining tables with Belgian Blue stone stone tops and iron bases in wonderful condition. The cast iron bases beautifully showcase folate designs and a great patina from years of outdoor use. Make sure to check out the detailed images for a closer look. Sold as a pair only.

  • English 19th Century Walnut Server

    $6,200.00

    30.50"H x 78.75"W x 18.25"D

    Dimensions: 30-½”H x 78-¾”W x 18-¼”D

    English thick walnut top server with fruitwood base. The apron houses two drawers, each fixed with a simple metal pull. Chamfered legs connect to an H shaped stretcher for continued support for everyday use. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • English 19th century Mahogany Etagere

    $3,550.00

    50.25"H x 19.88"W x 17.50"D

    Dimensions: 50-¼”H x 19-⅞”W x 17-½”D

    English mahogany what-not shelf is the perfect piece of furniture to add height and storage to your interiors. Wonderfully turned mahogany legs add a sophisticated feel and design to this versatile shelf. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste to reveal its fine patina. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $2,500.00

    29"H x 54"W x 18"D

    Dimensions: 29”H x 54”W x 18”D

    A classically designed Parisian style bistro table to give any outdoor or indoor casual dining space a touch of French style. The white marble top is in wonderful antique condition. The cast iron base beautifully showcases folate designs and a great patina from years of outdoor use. Make sure to check out the detailed images for a closer look.

  • English 19th Century Fruitwood Breakfast Table

    $2,300.00

    28.25"H x "W x 31.88"D

    Dimensions: 28-¼”H x 31-⅞”Diameter

    This darling breakfast table or occasional table from England was crafted with vibrant fruitwood that’s sure to brighten up any interior. Recently polished with French wax paste, the top wonderfully showcases the wood grain and natural patina. The apron houses a single drawer, fixed with a simple, lustrous brass pull. Knee clearance is 22-⅝”H. Straight, subtly tapered legs continue to provide level support. Circa 1860’s. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a better look at this charming table.

  • English 19th Century Ash Server

    $4,800.00

    29.50"H x 59.13"W x 17.75"D

    Dimensions: 29-½”H x 59-⅛”W x 17-¾”D

    This simple console was thoughtfully crafted with solid ash wood, circa 1850. Polished with a French wax paste, the top surface shows off the rich color and pattern of the wood. The apron houses a single drawer and patinated metal pull. The whole is supported by straight, slightly tapered legs with a bottom shelf. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • Oak Farmhouse Dining Table

    $6,200.00

    29.50"H x 113.25"W x 30.88"D

    Dimensions: 29-½”H x 113-¼”W x 30-⅞”D

    This handsome farmhouse style dining table from 19th Century France is a fantastic way to add an element of provincial charm to your home. Crafted from solid oak, this study table was built to withstand continued everyday use for years to come. At over 9 feet long you can seat 8 – 10 people comfortably. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great patina this table has gained over the years.

  • French Restoration Period Console

    $4,995.00

    35"H x 50.88"W x 25.25"D

    Dimensions: 35”H x 50-⅞”W x 25-¼”D

    A elegant and large scale restoration console with a beautiful shaped black and white piece of marble. The top elegantly cantilevers over its base and is classic of the Restoration period. Thick burl birch veneer has a warm honey coloring and compliments well with the thoughtful ebony accents. The entire design of this table has a hint of whimsy all the way down to the paw feet. A hidden drawer is concealed on the backside of the console. Meant to sit tight against the wall, this drawer is perfect for hiding valuables. Be sure to view our detailed images for a closer look.

  • English 19th Century Iron & Slate Work Table

    $3,400.00

    29.63"H x 65.38"W x 24.13"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅝”H x 65-⅜”W x 24-⅛”D

    Hand forged iron trestle table base with a natural finish, topped with a large single piece of patinated slate. The design of this table is very versatile. The table comes in three pieces; the piece of slate and two iron legs. Easy to move and adjust to your needs. You’re able to design the distance between the legs to suit your needs. A perfect table for dining, centering in a room or against a wall. A very interesting piece that will elevate your interiors. If used outside make sure it’s not in direct contact with the elements. Circa 1890’s

  • English Solid Walnut Etagere

    $2,750.00

    34.88"H x 27.38"W x 16.50"D

    Dimensions: 34-⅞”H x 27-⅜”W x 16-½”D

    A simple yet refined solid walnut etagere. The top showcases the distinctive wood grain and features a molded edge. A single drawer is housed in the apron and easily slides out with a small turned, encircled pull. Wonderfully turned front legs connect with two equal sized lower shelves. Polished with French wax paste to revitalize the warm tone. Circa 1870. Scroll through the detailed images to get a closer look at this handsome etagere.

  • English Bamboo Decoupage Table

    $1,100.00

    28"H x 26.13"W x 17.88"D

    Dimensions: 28”H x 26-⅛”W x 17-⅞”D

    A darling English two tier side table, circa 1890. Crafted from deeply toned bamboo that has been refinished with black paint, overlaid with brilliant decoupage paper fish and an intricate Greek Key style trim which have been aged perfectly to match the antique bamboo. The bamboo braces add not only to the stability, but also the overall design of this special piece. Make sure to scroll through the detailed images to get a closer look at this one of a kind piece.

  • English 19th Century Stone Top Console

    $2,600.00

    28.38"H x 43.13"W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅜”H x 43-⅛”W x 15”D

    A unique and simply constructed console table, circa 1850. The gorgeous warm colored soapstone top is in wonderful antique condition and adds so much character to any space. A plain apron connects to slightly tapered legs with peg- in-hole joinery for a seamless design. This versatile console table works in any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this instant conversation starter.

  • English 19th Century Walnut Farm Table

    $8,200.00

    31.13"H x 84.25"W x 35.50"D

    Dimensions: 31-⅛”H x 84-¼”W x 35-½”D

    English farm table crafted circa 1850 from richly patinated solid walnut. The top elegantly showcases over 170 years of life. The apron houses two drawers; one set off center on the front, the other is on the end. Both drawers are fixed with simply turned wooden pulls. Wonderfully turned legs support the whole. Make sure to scroll through the photos to get a closer look at this classic farm table table.

  • English 19th Century Ash Server

    $6,200.00

    30.50"H x 76.88"W x 18.13"D

    Dimensions: 30-½”H x 76-⅞”W x 18-⅛”D

    A handsome solid ash server to add a touch of provincial charm to your space. The distinctive wood has a fantastic patina and the authentic marks of many decades of use. The apron houses two sizable drawers with simple metal pulls and showcases seamless peg-in-hole joinery. Rectangular, slightly tapered legs support the whole. Circa 1860. Make sure to look at the detailed images to get a better view of the quality craftsmanship and current condition.

  • French 19th Century Oak and Walnut Table | Bench

    $2,400.00

    20.75"H x 26.25"W x 15.63"D

    Dimensions: 20-¾”H x 26-¼”W x 15-⅝”D

    This incredible bench was crafted in France during the 19th century with a solid walnut top and oak legs. Its thick, single board top showcases the marks of many decades and the seamless joinery used to attach the legs. Easily add a rustic element and warm tone to any space with this versatile piece. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.

  • English 19th Century Oak Tilt Top Table

    $1,100.00

    26.25"H x "W x 18"D

    Dimensions: 26-¼”H x 18”Diameter

    This English tilt top table was crafted from solid oak circa 1820. Simply constructed with a fantastic patina, the top tilts up to be 37-⅝”H x 20”W x 18”D when you need more space. The turned middle support connects to tripodal feet, giving it a pedestal look. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this wonderful table.

  • French 19th Century Fruitwood Extending Table

    $4,200.00

    29.38"H x 72.88"W x 35.88"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅜”H x 72-⅞”W x 35-⅞”D

    A gorgeous extended dining table from 19th century France. The vibrant fruitwood has gained a wonderful patina over the years and will effortlessly add so much character to your dining area. A narrow inlay of darker wood adds a nice touch of contrast to top. There is a minor repair to the top that was professionally done and barely visible. Two leaves easily slide out from each end, giving it the following maximum measurements: 28-½”H x 111-⅝”W x 35-⅞”D. Each leaf is inset with rustic oak panels that are less finished than the top and are meant to be hidden by a table cloth when entertaining guests. With the leaves tucked away 6-8 chairs can fit comfortably around the table; when extended 10-12 can fit. Slightly tapered legs with brass sabot feet provide continuous support. Apron clearance is 23-¾”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this wonderful dining table.

  • French 19th Century Farm Table

    $3,400.00

    29.50"H x 78.63"W x 31"D

    Dimensions: 29-½”H x 78-⅝”W x 31”D

    Wonderfully turned legs and a thick top are the highlights of this beautiful French 19th century farm table. The top is smooth with the marks of many lifetimes- adding to its antique charm and fantastic patina. Knee clearance for the plain apron is 24-⅛”. The H shaped stretcher connects the ample legs and proves lasting support for this sturdy table. 4-6 chairs easily fit around it. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this timeless farm table.

  • Swedish 19th Century Gateleg Tilt Top Table

    $10,500.00

    29.50"H x "W x 57.38"D

    Dimensions: 29-½”H x 57-⅜”Diameter

    An Impressive 19th century Swedish gateleg tilt top table. Eight pointed starburst in the center and an encompassing border, done in light gray paint, accentuates the slight differences in the wood grain. Supported by a gateleg, it’s incredibly easy to tilt the top up to store. When the top is tilted the measurements are 58-½”H x 57-⅜”W x 15-¼”D. In fantastic antique condition, this table is the perfect centerpiece in any dining room. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this unique table!

  • Dutch 19th Century Satinwood Demilune Console

    $3,600.00

    30.13"H x 48.25"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅛”H x 48-¼”W x 23-⅝”D

    Captivatingly beautiful satinwood veneer was selected when making this sensational 19th century Dutch Biedermeier demilune console. The expression found in the satinwood can leave one feeling transfixed, as the mesmerizing beauty simply cannot be ignored. The table boasts a linear design that is clean and free of fuss. Placed in an entry or hallway, this commanding console will be certain to stop the show, but could be used in many applications throughout the home or office.

  • French 19th Century Solid Oak Refectory Table

    $6,500.00

    30.25"H x 63.37"W x 31.75"D

    Dimensions: 30-¼”H x 63-⅜”W x 31-¾”D

    A rustic refectory table from 19th century France with a wonderful patina. Crafted from sturdy, solid oak- the top bears the marks of many generations and some visible repairs that give the table a massive amount of antique charm. A plain apron with a molded edge connects to turned legs with carved, shaped bracket supports. An H form attaches to the legs to provide support for many years to come without getting in the way of pulling up a chair or bench. The apron height is 26”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition and quality craftsmanship of this refectory table.

  • Dutch 19th Century Mahogany Console

    $1,895.00

    30.25"H x 35.38"W x 16.63"D

    Dimensions: 30-¼”H x 35-⅜”W x 16-⅝”D

    A classic Dutch console table from the 19th century. Crafted from warmly toned mahogany, it’s gained a wonderful patina over the decades that compliments the wood. A simple apron is supported by turned, column form front legs. A thick, concave plinth base sits almost flush to the ground and provides continued support for the console. The uncluttered design makes it easy to incorporate it into any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

Fireside Antiques has a vast inventory of antique tables such as farm tables, drapery tables, occasional tables, coffee tables, drop leaf tables, bedside tables, consoles, desks and dining tables. We specialize in sourcing 18th century, 19th century, and 20th century antique and vintage tables for the modern and traditional home. Our tables originate in France, England, Spain, Italy and beyond. We carry tables in the styles of French country, Directoire, Mid-Century Modern, Baroque, Gothic and more. We carry one of the largest inventories of farm tables in the country. Turn to Fireside Antiques for your antique farm table needs.

Shop Antique Tables

When it comes to versatile, functional antiques, nothing stands out more than a table. With so many different table types, you can find one to meet your specific needs. On the other hand, if you have extra space, a small tea table or console may be the perfect addition to your collection for its visual impact.

Fireside Antiques offers a comprehensive range of antique tables, particularly items from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

Coffee Tables

A coffee table is an integral component of the modern living room. The English started using this type of table in the late 18th century for their tea trays and newspapers.

Selecting the correct size allows you to derive optimal value from your coffee table. The average antique coffee table ranges in height from 16 to 20 inches. You should also keep a distance of about 18 to 20 inches between the seat and the table.

Console Tables

Console tables date back to the 17th century. The first French console tables consisted of a slab and two wall-mounted brackets. Console tables from later centuries typically reach up to 36 inches high, and they have a slim profile, making them ideal for narrow spaces such as hallways.

Desks

An antique desk is a viable option if you value expert craft and classic designs. They come with stunning features such as oak or mahogany drawer linings, a leather writing surface, and lockable compartments. Fireside Antiques has a wide range of desks, including writing tables, roll-top desks, and ladies’ desks.

Dining Tables

When shopping for dining tables, size should be one of the primary considerations, as you also need space for comfortable seating. We have antique dining tables available in all shapes, sizes, and designs for every setting. Our collection includes, among others, English farm tables for minimalistic spaces, 19th-century work tables for added authenticity, and Art Nouveau bistro tables.

Find the Perfect Antique Table for Your Home or Office

When selecting a new dining table, you may have size restrictions, but little stands in your way in terms of style and design. A dining table has a significant impact on the appearance of a room, and it should create a focal point.

An antique dining table blends well with most classic interior design styles. In contemporary settings, however, it can add contrast and visual interest. Browse our table categories to find the perfect dining table for your home.

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