Antique Dining Tables

Fireside Antiques offers antique dining tables. We source many of our vintage dining room and kitchen 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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  • 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 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.

  • French Walnut Pedestal Breakfast Table

    $2,995.00

    30"H x "W x 39"D

    Dimensions: 30”H x 39”Diameter

    This handsome pedestal table is perfect for a breakfast nook or smaller dining space. Crafted in France during the 1840’s from solid, beautifully patinated walnut. The round top is affixed to a wonderfully turned pedestal support with curvy tripod feet. Sturdy and level, it’s been recently polished with French wax paste to rejuvenate the hardwood. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the provincial, hand crafted elements.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Spanish 18th Century Single Board Table

    $10,500.00

    30.75"H x 65.50"W x 41.25"D

    Dimensions: 30-¾”H x 65-½”W x 41-¼”D

    This wonderful Spanish trestle table was handcrafted in the 1700’s and has gained a fantastic patina. The single board, molded edge top is a quality not often found today. Turned legs with amazing carved details support the top and connect with a scrolling crossing forged iron trestle. Perfect as a dining room table or as a unique desk. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this gorgeous table.

  • French 19th Century Drop-leaf Extending Table

    $2,500.00

    28.25"H x "W x 38.25"D

    Dimensions: 28-¼”H x 38-¼”D

    A lovely French 19th Century drop leaf extending dining table crafted from light mahogany that’s gained a fantastic patina. The top sits over a simple apron supported with four wonderfully turned legs on brass caps with brass casters. Each drop leaf has a wood support that pulls out from under the table. The dimensions of the table with leaves down: 28-¼”H x 38-¼”W x 21-½”D. When fully extended the table measures 64-⅝”W The leaves for the extension are missing but could be fabricated to fit. The leaf gap is 27-¼”. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this great casual dining table.

  • French 19th Century Round Mahogany Pedestal Table

    $2,500.00

    28.50"H x "W x 46.50"D

    Dimensions: 28-½”H x 46-½”Diameter

    A beautiful mahogany pedestal table from 19th century France. The pedestal base has been carved with wonderful scrolled details. The size of this table makes it ideal for a smaller dining table. The mahogany top can be removed. Have a look at the detailed photos to see the beautiful tone and expression in the antique mahogany.

  • French 19th Century Pine Drapery Table

    $6,995.00

    31.38"H x 88.13"W x 31.88"D

    Dimensions: 31-⅜”H x 88-⅛”W x 31-⅞”D

    A remarkably beautiful and interesting drapery table, made of solid pine, in 19th century France. These long tables were used by tailors and drapers to work lengthy yards of fabric into curtains, suits and all types of tailored textiles. An interesting feature of this drapery table is the inset meter stick incorporated into the top surface for quick and easy measuring. The table has a utilitarian form with linear legs and stretcher – accented with a simple, chamfered edge. A wonderful antique artisan’s table that could be used as a dining or as a work/project table today.

  • Spanish 19th Century Dining Table

    $9,995.00

    29.63"H x 113"W x 30.75"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅝”H x 113”W x 30-¾”D

    An impressive and long Spanish dining table is made of solid oak with a hand forged iron scrolled stretcher. The top is 1 3/4″ thick and has the most incredible honest repairs. This trestle base table can seat up to 10 chairs. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • French Maison Jansen Table

    $3,500.00

    27.38"H x 41.25"W x 21.63"D

    Dimensions: 27-3/8″H x 41-1/4″W x 21-5/8″D

    A vintage French Maison Jansen style rectangular table from the mid-20th century, with faux-bamboo brass base and glass top. The rectangular glass top is resting on a double X brass frame, connected by a center support. With its clean lines and golden hue, it will be an excellent decorative choice for any home. The glass is removable. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Solid Oak Farm Table

    $3,995.00

    29.38"H x 78.75"W x 30.50"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅜”H x 78-¾”W x 30-½”D

    This solid oak farm table from 19th century France is full of provincial charm! Thick boards of oak make up the sizable top. Recently cleaning to reveal the woods distinctive grain pattern and knots. The apron houses two slim drawers, both fixed with oval iron drop ring pulls. Square trestled legs with chamfered corners retain a deep, warm patina. Many years of use and wear are visible throughout the table, adding the perfect rustic touch to any space. This farm table would be perfect in an entryway or as a grand desk, knee clearance is 23-¾”H. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the character in this table!

  • French Louis XVI Extending Table with Custom Tablecloth

    $5,500.00

    29"H x 43"W x 44"D

    Dimensions: 29”H x 43”W x 44”D

    A wonderful mahogany Louis XVI Style dining table from France has been custom fitted with a custom tablecloth . This circular table opens up to 82” wide, two unfinished leaves are included. A thick brass band encircles the beautiful top as well as the sides of the leaves, the apron is finished with brass trim. Slender, fluted legs support the expanding table and are fixed with brass sabots on the feet for protection. When closed it will fit approximately 4-6 chairs, when open approximately 8-10 chairs fit around the extending table. The lovely floral tablecloth is included, custom made for the table at its maximum length. Fabric used for table cloth is no longer available for purchase; RM CoCo floral fabric, pattern 2156CB, color blue S30, 55% linen, 45% viscose and is lined. Make sure to view the detailed images to see each form the table takes.

  • Swedish Early 20th Century Birch Tilt Top Table

    $2,995.00

    27.38"H x "W x 33"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅜”H x 33”Diameter 

    An eye-catching tilt-top table from Sweden, circa 1900. The top is made of vibrant birch that beautifully contrasts with the supper foot ebony base. This table has 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 spaces. When tilted upright, the table measures: 46”H x 33”W x 23-¼”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. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the condition and details.

  • Spanish 19th Century Oak Table

    $4,995.00

    28.88"H x 66.88"W x 29.25"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅞”H x 66-⅞”W x 29-¼”D

    This 19th century Spanish table is the perfect combination of quality carving and sturdy construction. Solid oak boards make up the surface of the table and have a great patina. The legs, heavy and slanted outward, are wonderfully carved and add an elegant quality to the table. Connected by crossing forged iron supports that curl where they meet the wood, a classic Spanish design. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

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    French 19th Century Drop Leaf Extending Table

    French 19th Century Drop Leaf Extending Table

    $1,995.00

    28.25"H x 43.50"W x 26"D

    Dimensions: 28-¼”H x 43-½”W x 26”D

    This 19th century French drop leaf table has leaves measuring 58-½” with a max measurement of 102” diameter. It’s been recently painted gray, but the natural wood is still visible on the unpainted edges around the top. Six legs support this versatile table, featuring a bit of turned detail at the top. All are fixed with brass casters and wheels for portability. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • French 19th Century Empire Dining Table

    $6,200.00

    29.38"H x 63"W x 43.5"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅜”H x 63”W x 43-½”D

    This Empire style table would be perfect as a dinning or central table. It has the ability to extend to 110” long  with 4 foldable legs attached for stability. Leaves not included with the table. This stunning table is supported by 8 column legs embellished at the capital and base in intricate ormolu, classic for Empire style. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Walnut/Oak Table

    $4,995.00

    29.25"H x 62.63"W x 30.63"D

    Dimensions: 29-¼”H x 62-⅝”W x 30-⅝”D

    This is a French 19th-century farm table made with walnut and oak. The top has a beautiful patina and sits over a plain apron which rests on turned legs. The piece has been cleaned and polished with a French paste wax. Circa 1870.

  • English 19th Century Pine Dining Table

    $4,800.00

    29.75"H x 71.25"W x 39.5"D

    Dimensions: 29-¾”H x 71-¼”W x 39-½”D

    This is an English 19th century pine dining table. The wide and deep top sits over an apron with a large drawer on each end. The drawers have two turned wood knobs each. This table has a wonderful patina and is circa 1870. 

  • English 19th Century Pine Dining Table

    $4,200.00

    29.63"H x 54"W x 34.75"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅝”h x 54”W x 34-¾”D

    This English 19th century dining table or desk is made of pine. The top has been waxed over many years and has acquired a wonderful patina. The table base is painted a worn black finish and has a single offset drawer in the apron over tapered legs. Great size, would seat 4 – 6 people comfortably. C. 1840

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    French 19th Century Demilune Console | Dining Table

    French 19th Century Demilune Console | Dining Table

    $2,800.00

    28.63"H x 46.5"W x 23.5"D

    Dimensions: 28-5/8”H x 46-½”W x 23-½”D

    This is a French 19th century demilune console table that can easily be used as a round dining or game table.  The table has rear legs that can extend and the top can be folded back to make a larger, round table. When not being used, it makes a stunning console with incredibly beautiful turned legs and burl apron.  

    This multi-functional table is fantastic! The measurements for the table when round are: 27-7/8″H x 46-½”Diameter

  • Custom Table Skirt with Antique French 19th Century Trim

    $2,225.00

    "H x "W x 119.5"D

    Dimensions: 119-½”Diameter

    A beautiful, custom made teal table cloth made from Peggy Platner linen fabric with a silver metallic 19th Century tape trim and white lining.  The table skirt will fit a table with a 60″ diameter.

  • Walnut & Iron X-Base Dining Table

    $4,995.00

    32.25"H x 72"W x 40.25"D

    Dimensions: 32 1/4″ H x 72″ W x 40 1/4″ D

    Your dining room table is a great way to blend contemporary style with existing or newly-acquired antique furnishings. This table features an X-shaped base that is light and modern in appearance. We used solid walnut, done in a traditional French design – having breadboard ends – for the table’s top, making this table a grounding piece. Expertly crafted at Fireside in Baton Rouge. See detailed photos.

  • French 19th Century Refectory-Style Oak Farmhouse Table

    $8,995.00

    31"H x 98.25"W x 32.75"D

    Dimensions: 31″H x 98-1/4″W x 32-3/4″D

    A robust, solid oak farmhouse table, done in a refectory style, from 19th century France. Gnarled knots, beautiful grain, and an incredible range of textures give the thick tabletop its abundant character. Four substantial legs support the massive top, which has ample overhang, allowing for seating at the table’s foot and head. The turned legs are joined by a low stretcher that not only braces the table, ensuring its stability, but also provides the table with another noticeable design feature.

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    French Early 20th Century Pine Folding Table with Numismatic Top

    $3,195.00

    28.25"H x 71.25"W x 33"D

    Dimensions: 28 1/4″H x 71 1/4″W x 33″D

    A wonderfully aged French provincial pine folding table, with a numismatic (coin collecting) twist, circa 1900. American and European coins have more recently been inlaid into the table’s top in a most-interesting manner. The coins lie flush with the surface and are held in place with numerous nails that surround each coin. Both the coins and pine top have an antiqued patina that fills this unique antique with charm. The table has braced legs that can be folded for easier transport. Forged iron supports guide the legs when folding the table, and two metal latches can be used to keep them securely tucked away.

  • French Walnut Farm Table

    $4,450.00

    30"H x 90"W x 30"D

    Dimensions: 30″H x 90″W x 30″D

    Wonderful French walnut farm table. Expertly crafted at Fireside in Baton Rouge.

Fireside Antiques offers antique dining tables. We source many of our vintage dining room and kitchen tables on buying trips to England and France.  Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique tables.

Shop Antique Dining Tables

Often considered the heart of a home, your dining room is a place to make memories. Enjoying meals with loved ones is one of life’s simple pleasures, making an antique dining table a real asset to everyday living.

Distinctly elegant and restored by our expert team of craftsmen, we offer a wide variety of antique dining tables. You will find 18th-, 19th-, 20th-century pieces from popular styles such as Empire, Louis XV, Philippe, and more, providing an authentic representation of traditional dining.

Types of Antique Dining Tables

Round, rectangular, square, folding, tilt-top, and everything in between, you can find the perfect table for your home at Fireside Antiques. Our collection provides impressive variety without ever compromising on authenticity. You’ll find plenty of unique styles to browse. Whether you want a classic dining table from your favorite era, or something a little more delicate, you are sure to find it right here.

Reliability is crucial when selecting an antique dining table, which is why our entire restoration process is based around longevity. The last thing you want is for your primary dining space to feel unreliable, rickety, and unstable. As a result, all our pieces guarantee the utmost durability and made with sturdy materials such as walnut, oak, and maple, able to withstand an endless array of dinner parties and social occasions.

We also offer folding and tilt-top tables, allowing you to make the most out of your available space as you can easily store your antique dining table away when not in use.

How to Choose an Antique Dining Table

If you are seeking to achieve a truly authentic, traditional atmosphere within your dining space, a classic long antique dining table is your best bet. Representative of traditional dining in the 18th and 19th centuries, you can transport yourself away from modern times and into a whole new era.

However, round or square options are ideal for more intimate dining experiences. You have an array of possibilities in all shapes and sizes when you choose Fireside Antiques, giving you the opportunity to experience an authentic antique without overpowering your space. Big or small, any room can be catered for.

Our thorough restoration process makes taking care of your antique dining table simple. While care should still be taken, you won’t be forced to spend hours on maintenance. Simply use a soft cloth to routinely remove dust and be sure to apply a thin layer of wax if needed. Avoid wax sprays, as many contain harsh chemicals. These chemicals could damage your table over time.

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