This beautiful beech table is from France, circa 1890, and is in great condition. Four planks of wood make up the top surface to give you a great look at the wavy grain, smoothed with French wax paste to reveal the stunning color in the beech. The apron features two differently sized drawers, fixed with matching original pulls, to give you a bit of storage. The whole sits upon square chamfered carved legs and attached with a conforming under-tier shelf, which allows for extra storage. Make sure to view the detailed images.
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.
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 an English pedestal desk with two faux drawers just under the ebonized top. All sit on a curved pedestal atop a plinth base with bun feet on top of metal casters. The base is connected by a flat stretcher. A pretty little table! Circa 1880.
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.
A Parisian flip top vanity with mirror and drawer has impressive inlay designs and craftsmanship. The table is identified by a brass plate as being made by “Sormani & Fils a Paris, 10 Rue Charlot. The shop was owned by Veuve Paul Sormani and his sons. Sormani exhibited at the International Exhibitions in Paris and London winning numerous medals. Circa 1850.
This simple little walnut table from 19th century France is actually a functional sewing table. It has a flat work surface with a basket below to hold knitting or any sewing project that the owner was working on. A very handy table to have around and great conversation starter! Circa 1850.
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.
This is a French 19th-century walnut low table. It is circa 1840 and put together with wood pegs. The top is made of two wide boards sitting over an apron with a single drawer that has an iron pull. All sit on straight tapered legs with a notch around the top. This table has been cleaned and polished with French paste wax to bring out its patina.
This is a simple English 19th century pine shop counter from an auctioneer in Alsace! Complete with a hole for accepting cash payments inside the drawer. The desk is flanked with tall open storage spaces which would have held ledger books. A very smart design is finished on the sides and the front with a diamond design.
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.
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.
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
We love the design of this simple yet sophisticated mahogany desk! There is no storage in this desk which is perfect for today’s office which usually consists of just a laptop. The trestle base gives way for ample leg room, the turned mahogany stretcher ends through the legs with a round end cap, and the feet end with brass casters.
A wonderful French 19th century burl walnut secretaire a abattant has a Sainte-Anne marble top. A single drawer can be found at the top of the desk with a key. The front of the desk folds down when unlocked, revealing a green felt work surface at 29-⅝”H, five small drawers and one wide drawer at the bottom – all drawers with petite knobs. There are also two hidden compartments, one on either side of the drawers. The wood in the interior of the desk is bird’s eye maple. When opened, the desk measures 33”D. Beneath the work area are three drawers with one key that works these drawers. Across the bottom is a hidden drawer. The whole sits on two bracket feet on the front and two plain rectangular feet across the back. Antique locks can be finicky, so we recommend you only lock when necessary. Desk height is 29 ¾”
This is a fantastic French vintage coffee table base made of iron and brass topped with glass. The iron base showcases a scrolled design that is accented with brass medallion details and feet. The perfect low table for coffee or cocktails!
A simple reproduction accent table is hand-forged in metal with an aged iron finish. It can be used as a martini table or a handy side table. The whole is raised on a pedestal base with three spray legs. Table also available in a black iron finish: R-127
A simple reproduction accent table is hand-forged in metal with an aged iron finish. It can be used as a martini table or a handy side table. The whole is raised on a pedestal base with three spray legs. Table also available in a gilded iron finish: R-128
A wonderful walnut secretary desk. The desk can be separated into two bodies: the lower writing surface, and the upper glass-front cabinet. The writing surface is covered in beautiful black, tooled leather and can be pulled out for additional work space. The writing surface has a height of 29-½”H and the knee clearance is 26-⅝”H. The base also contains two drawers with working locks and a single key. Above the writing surface is a little cubby with a whimsical scalloped frame flanked by two drawers on each side. The drawers all have a round brass knob. The top has two glass-front bookcase doors with original glass and working lock and latch. The cabinet has two adjustable shelves. The secretary is lifted by four brilliantly turned legs.
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 exceptional mahogany dressing table is complete with its original mercury glass pivoting mirror and white marble top. The mirror has foxing and is framed with beautiful mahogany trim with brass ormolu details across the top and bottom. It is supported by mahogany columns that have brass capitals and bases, capped with spherical finials. The surface of the table is white marble that is in superb antique condition. A single lockable drawer is housed in the apron and has a matching ormolu escutcheon plate and is flanked by additional brass ormolu mounts. The frieze section is raised on columnar front legs with ormolu capitals and bases and pilaster-like columns at the back, all resting on a concave plinth base. Table Surface: 29-⅞”H
This amazing walnut desk has a slanted front that drops to reveal an interior writing surface and storage. A single key works the lock to open the top and once opened, the writing surface is lined with tooled, green leather. The interior is outfitted with four drawers, three cubbies and a couple hidden compartments. The lower portion of the secretary has two small top drawers and a large, bottom drawer. Each drawer is outfitted with drop ring pulls. Two escutcheon plates are placed down the center creating symmetry but do not have locks. A uniquely shaped skirt wraps around the three exposed sides of the desk. The whole is raised on square, tapering legs with shaped feet. Open Dimensions: 24-¾”H (to writing surface) x 38-⅞”D and floor to desk top is 24”H. C. 1800
An outstanding French Empire-Style mahogany accent table with a unique basket wrapped around the pedestal. A circular wood top with raised trim rests on an apron housing two small drawers with brass knobs. The turned wood balustrade making the basket may have held knitting accoutrements, making this a lady’s working table. Beautiful brass ormolu bands create a capital and base, finishing each end of the pedestal. The whole rest on a concave, tripod base with unique bun feet. See detailed pictures for condition.
This lovely, mahogany gueridon is from France and features a Breche d’Alep marble top with brass gallery, over an apron outfitted with two locking drawers operated by a single key. The apron is trimmed with a brass band around the bottom. Four, round tapering and fluted legs have brass ormolu ornamentation inset into the flutes along with brass bands around the top and bottom of each leg. Each leg is connected by a stretcher connecting at the center with a final. The whole sits on turned feet with brass casters.
This specialized oak desk was made in France. Used by jewelers, the desk’s lifted surface brings the table towards the artist, minimizing reach, and saving their aching backs. The work surface has a three quarter wood gallery and raised surface across the front. This raised edge keeps jewels and gems from rolling off the surface, when being worked. The desk is equipped with two drawers. The top drawer has a small brass knob and a single compartment. The lower drawer sits just below and has multiple compartments for keeping tools and precious stones. It is somewhat disguised without a pull and moves with the top drawer when it is open and closed. The desk is constructed with mortise and tenon joints, and wood pegs. Sometimes a simple design, well executed, is perfection.
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 is an elegant, 19th century, c. 1850, inlaid writing desk. Inlay graces every surface of this beautiful desk, most notably around the frieze apron. Two drawers with small brass escutcheon plates are well disguised in the frieze. A single key works both locks and acts as a pull for both drawers. The four tapered legs are connected with an inlaid stretcher shelf and are finished with shaped feet.
Set of three French, brass nesting tables with inset tinted glass tops. The four legs have turned-like caps with fluted columns and turned-like feet. Simple brass rod stretchers connect the legs for an added detail.
A wonderful marriage of old and new, this exceptional coffee or cocktail table has a newly fabricated base that incorporates a stunning architectural fragment – sourced from an antique French iron balcony surround – that is styled with scrolled details and wonderful iron flowers. This segment was once painted green, as some of the original paint is still visible through the table’s (almost) square glass top. The industrial styling of the base pairs well with a wide range of interior finishes and is sure to fit into your space.
A delightfully congenial set of French 19th century painted nesting tables. The set consists of three delicate tables that are graduated in size. They neatly stack or “nest” inside one another, enabling them to be kept out of sight when not being used. The polychrome tables each have exceptional hand-painted details that ornament them and provide a gentle sweetness that only a bouquet of freshly-cut flowers can. Painted green, the tops were trimmed in gold gilt, which can still be seen in many places. The shapely form of the scalloped apron is also integrated into the slender cabriole legs that bend gently at the knee and taper slightly to a pad foot. The three tables individually measure: Large: 20-¾”H x 20-½”W x 16-½”D
A sensational Louis XV style painted center table, made in France towards the end of the 19th century. The table features a gorgeous breccia marble top, inset with canted corners that match the base, and smattered with splashes of amethyst and gold. The heavily stylized base is ornamented with detailed motifs including egg and dart, lamb’s tongue, running coin and beaded pearl. It has been painted a warm, buttery cream color and has taken a lovely antique patina. The cabriole legs extend from the canted corners, with foliate embellishments on their knees, and having scrolled feet. c.1890.
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.
This lovely Louis XVI-style grey-painted writing table, dated 1886, is from France and features a spring-loaded writing surface and shaped adjustable support which is signed “Angers/Guimont/Brossard/1886” and monogrammed with a carved and conjoined “CL.” The writing surface, when flat, is inset within the desk’s surface which features lobed corners above an apron outfitted with a single drawer and supported by round fluted and tapering legs on toupee 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.
Dimensions: 28″H x 53-1/8″W x 49-1/8″D; Folded 60″H.
This fine English mahogany tilt-top center table is signed and dated “T.O. Beeman, 1849,” on the underside. The surface, of almost square section, has gorgeous book-matched mahogany veneer, rounded corners and tilts for storage when not in use. The turned base has four reeded and splayed legs ending in stylized brass feet and casters. This table is also excellent for dining as it comfortably seats four people.
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!
This fantastic oak sewing table is from France, c. 1860. Large enough for two people sitting next to each other, one side features a pair of slide-out surfaces, each outfitted with carved compartments for scissors and a duster. There is also a lower slide-out leaf on one end. A suprising component of this table is all of the hidden compartments on the underside! Please see detailed images.
This graceful oval giltwood occasional table, c. 1880, is from France and features a white marble top with delicate grey veining, over an intricately carved apron with four gentle cabriole splayed legs and feet supported by a caned lower stretcher-shelf. This lovely piece would work perfectly as a side table, a nightstand, or as a center table in a smaller scaled foyer.
This stunning English 18th Century Jacobean-Style oak trestled side table, c. 1780’s, and features a surface covered with a beautiful needlepoint tapestry, in shades of red and gold on a black ground, which is attached to the table with brass nails. Having several typical characteristics of the Jacobean style, it is made of oak and features a paneled drawer with brass drop-pulls on each end as it was meant to be seen from both directions, as well as bulb-turned and trestled legs resting on ball feet. This fabulous side table will work in practically any room and with the addition of a glass top, it will be fully functional for modern lifestyles. It will also be a great conversation piece!
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.
This handsome Louis XVI-Style nine-drawer mahogany and oak pedestal desk is from France, c. 1870’s. The main writing surface, as well as the pull-out side panels, has a gilt-tooled burgundy leather blotter. With elegantly rounded and fluted corners, this desk boasts nine solid oak drawers including a long central drawer flanked by eight short drawers, each with gilt-brass bail handles. The exterior of each drawer is paneled and veneered in beautiful mahogany. This timeless desk would finish a study or library perfectly.
This exuberantly-carved Spanish oak refectory table, c. 1800, will add a rich and bold statement to any room it’s placed. The cleated plank top, above a scroll-carved frieze, is raised on bulbous gadroon-and-foliage carved cup and supports.
A fantastic little oak table, made in France circa 1780. The oak is darkly toned, with a deep, rich chocolate color. The top is wonderfully patinated, with a little history imparted by all who have used it. A wide drawer can be found in the apron and accessed with a pull of its small, turned oak knob. The table has four legs that are all turned in baluster / candlestick form and braced by stretchers below. At nearly two hundred and forty years old, this special table looks incredible for its age, and with proper care, will only improve over time.
A fine butcher table, made in Nantes, France circa 1920. The table’s top boasts exceptional patination. A groove has been left from decades of knife work and butchery. The top is bound together with steel bindings that help to keep the top from splitting. The butcher block rests on a stylish pine base that has been influenced by the Art Deco movement that was occurring at the time of its construction. The base has a large drawer and the maker’s badge that has his name, R. Lerat, and even his shop’s address at 18 R’de Bouville in Nantes, France.
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 gorgeous French 19th century Louis XVI-style center table, topped with a beautiful piece of Breche d’Alep marble. The shaped marble top is shaped to fit the walnut base. The table’s apron has mirrored running coin carvings that extend from the centrally located bouquet of roses carved into each of the table’s long sides. Four turned legs extend from Louis XVI joinery dies found at the table’s corners. They have been embellished with twisted carvings and are braced by a concave stretcher below. The ornate stretcher has a carved finial found at its axis. c.1890.
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.
A breathtaking birch writing table, made at the beginning if the 19th century in France. The marble top is a rich cinnamon color, with vibrant flashes of white throughout, and a wonderful finished edge. The base is made of solid birch with beautiful curling present. The apron is shaped, with a simple design reminiscent of the table’s cabriole legs. The apron houses two shallow drawers: perfect for storing pens, paper, and other writing implements. The cabriole legs are slender and graceful, with their shapely figure terminating in carved hoof feet. c.1810.
A striking Italian ebony table, made in the 19th century, with an inset top of rust-colored Scagliola stone. The tabletop is trimmed in a mirrored carved twist motif that runs the entire perimeter. The table’s most noticeable feature is the barley twist legs that have been masterfully turned, much like the phenomenal stretcher that connects them. This ornate stretcher is further decorated with a beautiful urn finial placed where the supports intersect. The ebony finish gleams with its fresh wax and polishing, and will for years to come. Brass casters can be found under each of the four legs.
An English tea trolley of grand proportions! This 19th century mahogany antique is oversized, and therefore likely used in a hotel or commercial setting. The wood is stunning, with deep, rich color. The four upright supports have been turned and styled to give this otherwise linear piece some flair and ornamentation. The supports are capped with turned finials and sit on brass casters. c. 1870.
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.
Rich mahogany was chosen to construct this handsome Regency drop leaf table from 19th century England. The table has beautifully styled legs that have been turned and finished with a reeded motif. The two legs that swing to support the top, when opened, match the fixed legs, but are set on casters. When opened, the table measures 27 5/8″H x 31 3/4″W x 36 1/8″D. The fixed legs are reinforced with a stretcher that features the same reeded motif, and has been turned. A wonderfully versatile table that is there when needed, but able to be broken down, and easily stowed away when not in use.
French Restoration period thick cut marble top gueridon center table made of burled walnut and cherry wood. Stunning size and patina, thick grooves are present in this marble top of many colors but have not needed repair, c. 1810.
This French 18th century table is made of incredibly handsome antique oak. One large drawer can be found in the apron that still boasts its original hardware. The table is supported by beautiful carved turned legs, linked by an equally beautiful center stretcher that is adorned with a carved palm finial. The table has acquired a phenomenally aged patina in its’ over two hundred year history. See detailed photos for a better look at the warmth and richness of the antique oak.
A handsome, impressive carved mahogany desk with gem-cut decorations and fitted birds-eye maple interiors and original black leather writing surface. A very interesting key unlocks the top part of this fine desk, folding down to an interior fitted with 9 storage areas. The top of the desk slides forward reveling the writing surface which is pulled out and then dropped down for a very functional and useable writing surface. Below the writing surface are three large drawers (one is a faux front, one large drawer with a hidden locked compartment) The whole sits on impressively carved barley twist legs. 1840’s