Fireside Antiques offers antique console tables. We source many of our antique and vintage console tables on buying trips to England and France. Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique tables.
This demilune console was hand-crafted in France during the early part of 19th century in the style of Louis XVI. Topped with its original piece of white marble that has been professionally repaired and is surrounded by a 3/4th pierced brass gallery. The apron houses one true drawer flanked by a pair of rounded end faux drawers. The paneled drawer fronts feature a simple brass inset escutcheon and round brass drawer pulls. No key is present. Below is a wonderful shaped and mirrored lower shelf with a full brass gallery edge. Tapered and fluted legs terminate into brass capped feet. Make sure to view all images to get a closer look at the details of this wonderful table.
Made in France, this wonderful antique can play double duty. This demilune console table sits wonderfully against a wall or the top flips open to a round smooth table surface for dining or playing games.. Rich, expressive mahogany and tapering legs make this game table truly elegant. A fourth leg extends from the back of the console, revealing a hidden drawer that can be used to store chips, cards and game pieces, and provides the support for the opened top. When opened, the table is round with the dimensions 29 ¼” H x 44-½”Diameter, Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A classic French console table from the Empire period circa 1810. Crafted from warmly toned mahogany, it has gained a wonderful patina over the decades. It retains its original removable fossil marble top. The sleek apron contains one drawer and is supported by turned column front legs accented with neoclassical style brass capitals and bases. A thick, plinth base sits flush to the ground and provides great support for the table. The uncluttered design makes it easy to incorporate it into any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
An elegant 19th century French Restauration console with its original removable piece of St Anne marble. The beautiful marble top sits over a thick shaped base, making its profile classic of the Restauration period. Thick flame mahogany veneer has rich coloring and compliments well with thoughtful neoclassical brass accents. The entire design of this table has a hint of decadence all the way down to the paw feet accents. A hidden drawer is concealed in the apron for storage. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. The marble top has been recently repaired.
A French 19th century walnut demi-lune console table with hinged flip-top and tapering legs. An elegant and functional designed table to use as a dining or game table. The lift top opens on long steel hinges to reveal a smooth, gorgeous playing or dining surface that showcases the wonderful wood grain pattern of the walnut and the table’s rich patina. A beautiful quality table that is versatile and space saving. When fully open the diameter of the table measures 44.25 inches. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look. Closed dimensions: 29 ¼” H x 45 ¼” W x 22 ¼” D. Open Dimensions: 28 ½” H x 45 ¼” W x 44 ¼” D
A custom made Parsons style table hand-crafted from poplar. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this console table features a clean and contemporary design and colorful faux marble finish. A sleek and versatile table, designed to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home while providing practical display options. This sturdy table was built to last and would be a stylish and functional addition to any space. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
This simple console was hand-crafted of solid pine in 19th century England. The rusticated pine top has incredible texture, a rich patina, and is a beautiful natural color. The apron houses a single wide drawer that opens easily with a simply turned wooden pull. This little table draws you in with small decorative accents like its patinated, warm sienna hand-painted finish and delightful hand-carved scalloped edges on its sides that add to its country charm. The whole is supported by thick, squared straight legs with a bottom stretcher. Make sure to view the detailed images of this charming versatile table.
A handsome French 19th century server handcrafted in France. This simple console was beautifully constructed of solid oak. Polished with a French wax paste, the top surface shows off the rich color and pattern of the wood. The apron houses two drawers opened with simply turned wooden pulls. The whole is supported by sturdy square straight legs joined with a hand-carved stretcher. Make sure to view all the images to see the polished details of this lovely versatile table.
This fantastic French 19th century traveling workbench is a rare find. Each mark and scuff is a chapter in the story of this one-of-a-kind work table- a representation of decades of fine craftsmanship and artistry in the French tradition. It is the years of constant use revealed in its rich patina that give this impressive work table so much character. The table features a substantial oak top with a vise crank on sturdy square legs over a traditional trestle base with long stretchers, all of which can be disassembled for easy transport. Close up you can see the wonderful color variation in the wood, thick joints, and old hardware. Holes in the table were used by the carpenter to hold and adjust his work with the vise grip. The most amazing fact about this antique is that it had no use for glue in its construction. Sturdy and functional as a workbench, it could also make a great gardening table or even a bar. The possibilities are endless. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this versatile rustic table and all of its parts.
This simple console was beautifully constructed of solid oak in France, circa 1860. Polished with a French paste wax, the top surface shows off the rich color and pattern of the wood. The apron houses a single drawer and steel ring pull. The whole is supported by straight legs with a bottom shelf. Make sure to view the detailed images of this lovely versatile table.
This sturdy work table is made of solid hardwood. The top bears the marks left from many projects over the last one and a half centuries. Variations in the color and texture on the top surface are visible and what one would expect with its age and use. The top of heavy 2 ½” thick planks is supported by thick square legs and attached to a lower stretcher shelf that provides for extra storage. This workbench would go wonderfully behind a sofa or even as a functional work surface in a garage or craft area. Be sure to see the detailed images to get a closer look at the wood and its wonderful patina.
Hand-crafted in England circa 1860, this solid oak server would be a great way to add a warm element to your interior. The wonderfully patinated top with a deep molded edge showcases the gorgeously patterned wood grain and is aged in all the right places. A thick apron houses three elegant paneled drawers fixed with simple, brass drop pulls. The center drawer is lined with dark green felt and features five roomy sections perfect for serving utensils. Large, smooth square legs show off their peg joinery and support the whole. Recently polished with French paste wax to revitalize the wood and make it gleam. Be sure to view the detailed images to get a better look at its current condition.
An attractive French solid burl ash server from Burgundy. Two center drawers in the apron have ample space for storage and open easily with smooth wood pulls. The legs are tapered and straight giving the table a look of lightness and elegance. The burl figured wood creates the most gorgeous wood grain and partnered with a fantastic patina makes this server a most handsome table. Circa 1850. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this antique.
A streamlined and well proportioned French 19th century server made of ash. Built in France, it dates from the 1850s and features a 1 ¼” thick rectangular-shaped top which overhangs a simple apron below that houses a single full-sized drawer. The drawer is fitted with a pair of smooth wooden pulls that easily open the ample storage space within. The table rests on four handsomely carved legs that taper and terminate into petite peg style feet. The rich tone of the wood has a lovely patina throughout, a great reflection of its centuries old history and use. This server offers great display potential and would be perfect for an entry foyer, living, or dining room. Please be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this antique.
A pair of classic English mahogany demilune console tables with inlay banding and four tapered legs circa 1860. Created in England during the 19th century, each of this pair of demilunes features a semi-circular top sitting above a simple apron made more handsome with a light and dark wood inlay ribbon across the bottom edge. Raised on elegant hand-carved sturdy legs with squared feet, this pair of tables would be an excellent addition to any living room or foyer. Their classic look and understated sophistication allow them to complement a variety of styles. Be sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at these tables.
An English oak gateleg table from the 18th century with an oval top and decorative turned legs. An example of a very early gateleg, this table has well proportioned drop leaves and a good folding mechanism. The top rests upon a turned gateleg base accented with bobbins and columns that end on turned feet. Painted a warm white this piece has a beautiful patina and much rustic charm. Dimensions with leaves down: 28 5/8″ H x 47 1/2″ W x 20 1/2″D.
An elegant giltwood demilune bracket console table in the Louis XVI style, made in 19th Century France. A more recent black stone top sits above the striking base bedecked in gold gilt and featuring an ornamental frieze with floral accents. Fluted and tapered decoratively carved legs lift the table and finish in balled feet. This piece is perfect for an entryway or hallway and to display any objects that you would like to show off. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this decorative piece.
A large French Empire console, topped in marble and finished in bookmatched mahogany, made circa 1810. This Empirical antique has a white and gray marble top that is in wonderful antique condition. It has chips found about its edges and some areas of discoloration. See detailed photos for a closer look at the condition of the stone. A single, wide drawer can be found within the apron and can be secured closed with its functioning lock. One key. Round, column-form front legs lift the console and are decorated with cast brass capitals and bases. The legs conclude at a plinth base set atop wooden bun feet.
We love the detail and coloring of this pair of Swedish reproduction demilune consoles. The faux marble green painted tops are wonderfully whimsical and perfectly worn. Carved lion faces and lauren swags adorn the blue painted apron. Tapered legs showcase fantastic carving as well as complimentary colors. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look. Sold as a pair only.
A pair of rich mahogany demilune table ends that fit nicely into each other with peg-in-hole joinery. They originally would have had a rectangular center table, the demilunes were added to each end to extend the dining table. A plain apron with a molded edge connects to fantastically turned legs. Four wheeled feet make it easy to move the ends together. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
A great French mahogany console from the 1830s. The original white marble top elegantly cantilevers over its base and is classic of the Restoration style. The entire design of this table has a hint of whimsy all the way down to the paw feet and shaped lower shelf. A hidden drawer is concealed within the apron. Be sure to view our detailed images for a closer look.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
A classic and resolute French Empire console. Topped in Belgian granite, this beautiful table is finished in sensational bookmatched mahogany that is in wonderful antique condition. A single drawer is housed in the apron. Tall, column-form front legs support the top along with the console’s more restrained, finished linear rear legs. The front legs are dressed in decorative cast brass collars at their capitals and bases. The legs all conclude at the table’s plinth base, the front corners being turned to support the column legs. Take a look at the detailed photos for a closer view of the antique’s wonderful condition. c.1820
This handsome French console was crafted in the 19th century in the style of Louis XVI. The original, worn shaped white marble top has a molded edge and is removable. Some stains and scuffs are visible on the tops’ surface. The apron features stunning cast brass ormolu- a twisted ribbon and bead motif, beaded panel borders, and columns inset into the corner journey dies. A single drawer is housed in the apron, fixed with decorative bail pulls and escutcheon. One key is included for the functioning lock. Fluted legs with brass capitals and rosette ormolu, connect with a lower shelf that showcases a circular design of inlaid brass beading and a perimeter of cast brass. Add the perfect touch of antique sophistication to any space with this console. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look of the condition of this console.
This beautiful mahogany console was made in France, circa 1910. The original marble top with white and gray veins has rounded front corners. Over the course of the table’s life, the marble was broken, and has since been professionally mended. The console has been finished with mahogany veneer. Scrolled supports brace the top and serve as the table’s front legs ending in incredibly-carved paws while the back is supported with two more simply-finished legs meant to sit flat against a wall. The console’s plinth-style base is patinated and raised slightly by cylindrical feet in the front and plain rectangle feet in the back.
This beautiful ebonized game table from 19th century France is an eye catcher in any space! In its folded state, an intricate urn and floral crest with inlay brass and mother of pearl graces the center. A detailed brass trim borders the shaped edge. When open the game top measures 29-½”H x 34-⅝”W x 34-⅝”D. The green felt game surface, perimetered by gold tooling, is in great condition for its age. Adorned with brass ormolu and sabots; the fluted, tapered legs elegantly support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the great condition of the piece!
This one of a kind Art Nouveau iron panel and stone console is grand in style and craftsmanship! The beautiful top is a single slab of black stone, recently fixed to the metal frame. Wonderfully patinated, the worn front iron panel is from 19th century France. Three branch forms with stylized leaves and two sea shells add an organic touch to the sturdy frame. Great for indoor or outdoor use, make sure to position under cover if outside to protect the integrity of the console. View the detailed images to get a closer look!
This Dutch game table/ console is made of mahogany with impressive satinwood marquetry, circa 1795. When in demi-lune form the beautiful marquetry motif of flowers, overflowing vase, swallows, and scrolling leaves is on full display. The detailed woodwork continues onto the apron and three front legs. The back leg pulls out, concealing a storage drawer that seconds as a support when the top is flipped open. The open table top is covered with a rich leather and stamped with a continuous vine perimeter. Straight, tapered legs are fixed with small metal feet to protect the wood. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the unique features of this table.
A substantially constructed workbench with an exceptional patina that only develops after being the platform for over a century of artisanal projects. Three boards of solid 2-¼” thick pine, secured together by large rectangular treenail pegs, form the hardy work surface. One dowel hole in the top adds to the practical use of this piece as a workbench. A single floating drawer, fixed with a rustic iron pull, sits flush to the table surface for some hidden storage. The whole is constructed using mortise and tenon joinery, visible from every angle. Thick, square legs support the integrity of the top and lower stretcher. Circa 1870. The visible signs of wear it’s earned, along with age, give this functional piece an air of rustic sophistication to complete any space. Make sure to view the detailed images.
This rustic bistro table will add a *farmhouse ambiance to any space! The splendid white marble top is removable and sits on a modest apron, painted yellow and charmingly worn over the years. Legs are straight and tapered for ample leg room. Fits *four to six chairs. See detailed images for a closer view!
This is a French 19th century walnut and oak server. One center drawer in the apron has two metal knobs. The legs are tapered and straight. The piece has been cleaned and polished with a French paste wax and has a wonderful patina. Circa 1840.
This is a French 19th-century mahogany Louis XVI-style console. Saint-Anne marble sits over the apron which holds one wide drawer. The drawer has two brass pulls, brass trim around the edge, and a brass escutcheon. There is one key and a working lock. This is supported by four round fluted legs with brass trim at the top and bottom. The legs rest on a lower shelf which sits on four round and tapered feet accented with brass and ending in brass caps.
A handsome mahogany console made in the Restauration style with a black marble top. The marble-top has rounded front corners and rests atop a large hidden drawer that also functions as the table’s apron. The top is supported by S-scrolled brackets. The piece’s shaped lower shelf is slightly raised on round bun feet. See detailed pictures for its condition.
A spectacular Belgium limestone topped, mahogany console from 19th century France. Just beneath the top is a hidden compartment accessed only when the stone top is removed. The apron is outfitted with a beautiful ormolu scene depicting two deer pulling a chariot with two figures, also present are three dogs and two putti figures with horns. The top is supported by traditional Empire-style column legs with ormolu capitals and bases. A shaped stretcher base supports the columns and rests on casters. See detailed pictures for condition, the stone top has minor scratches.
This server is Irish, c. 1840. It has a nice backsplash sitting atop the piece. Both the backsplash and top have a carved detail across the front, matching the detail on the center of the drawer that is housed in the apron. The whole is raised on four carved and tapered legs with turned capitals and ball and claw style feet.
This stunning Chippendale-style mahogany and walnut server, c.1780, is from the Netherlands and has a gorgeous patina and French polish. It features a single side apron drawer with stylized floral drop pulls, over ogee-carved and chamfered Marlborough legs with C-scroll brackets.
This handsome English oak server, c. 1850, features a rectangular surface sits over a narrow apron outfitted with a single drawer and having a turned wooden pull. The whole rests upon square tapering legs. This server would work well in a dining area or as a sofa table!
A French 19th century mahogany console, with Empirical style and marble top. The gray marble top is in wonderful antique condition, with the front and sides being finished. The apron houses a hidden drawer, providing out-of-sight storage. The top is supported by columns with wood bases and capitals. An undertier shelf both braces the console structurally and creates another surface for displaying decorative objects or whatever you would like!
A fine reproduction dark mahogany demilune console. This table is equipped with a drawer hidden in the apron. Long, slender legs meet the piece’s shaped top in front of the apron, giving it a distinct and dramatic style. This reproduction piece has undergone a finishing process which results in this newly constructed table having the appearance of a piece that has been around for generations. As with all of our reproduction pieces, we select those made of the highest quality to ensure they are enjoyed for generations to come. 2 IN STOCK.
Fireside Antiques offers antique console tables. We source many of our antique and vintage console tables on buying trips to England and France. Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique tables.
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If you’re looking for a uniquely versatile piece of furniture, you’re on the right product page. An antique console table can be the subtle piece you need to fill a tight space. In other instances, it can be the main attraction of a room. It all depends on what you want, and at Fireside Antiques, we have an extensive collection.
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Console tables are known for their shallow depth, making them a great choice to place against a wall. However, they are also often placed on their own in a hallway or against a couch. The ornamental designs of antique consoles put them a league above the average side table.
Read on to see just a few of the varieties of consoles that we have to offer. We have many more in our 18,000 square foot showroom, all of which are logged in our online inventory.
The word “demilune” means half-moon in French, which references the curvature of demilune consoles’ tabletops. Demilune consoles can be made of different materials. Some of our pieces, such as our 19th-century Italian options, have marble tabletops and ornately carved legs. Other smoother, sleeker 19th-century French antique console tables are made of high-quality mahogany.
Server tables are unique in that they provide storage space as well as decoration. In our collection, you’ll find options with supplementary slide-out panels, wide, shallow drawers, or sometimes both, maximizing their effectiveness in your space. Servers are often favored for the kitchen or dining room but can be a great fit as a sofa table as well.
From beautiful 19th-century French mahogany servers to English walnut and beech servers, every antique server in our inventory has only gotten better with the passage of time, allowing the wood to develop a lovely shine.
Typically, empire consoles have a shelf that reaches across the bottom, supported by the table’s legs. Sometimes the shelf is narrow and more decorative, but it can also be more functional. These bottom shelves are excellent for displaying books, elegant vases, cute storage baskets, or any other item that is a good fit for your needs.
Empire antique console tables are among the more common styles, and we are lucky to have several in our showroom. Many are constructed of rich antique mahogany, and some also have beautiful marble tabletops.
No matter what type of antique console table you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it right here at Fireside Antiques.
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