Tables & Stands
Antique Fancy Brass & Marble Fern Stand
Item #: AF1602
Description: Tall fern stand with fancy brass skirt and marble top. Slender cabriole legs connected at lower curve with brass shelf having a marble finial. Stylized winged feet.
Materials: Brass. marble top & finial.
Dimensions: Height: 36-1/2"". Width: 16-3/4". Depth: 16-3/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1900.
Comments: Possibly manufactured by Bradley & Hubbard.
Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $195.00 NOW: $150.00
Antique Claw-and-Ball Foot Pole Screen with Needlepoint Panel
Item #: AF1650
Description: Pole screen with adjustable screen panel having intricate needlepoint. Tall central screen support pole with turned finial. Tripod base with turnings, acanthus leaf carved knees and claw-and-ball feel.
Materials: Mahogany. Needlepoint panel. Metal adjustment hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 72-1/2"". Width: 24. Depth: 19".
Locality and Period: American. c.1876.
Comments: Executed in the Chippendale style popular during our country's centennial.
Federal Hepplewhite Mahogany Pembroke Drop-leaf Table
Item #: AF1635
Description: Table with 2 curved drop leaves forming circular top when opened and supported by metal swing out brackets. Single bow-front drawer in front and faux drawer in back, both having brass pulls and ivory or bone key escutcheons. Legs tapered and square with elegant inlaid decoration.
Materials: Mahogany. Satinwood banding & inlay. Pine secondary. Brass pulls. Ivory or bone escutcheons. Metal drop-leaf brackets.
Dimensions: Height: 27-1/2"". Width: 19-1/2" (closed), 43-1/2" (open). Depth: 37-1/4"".
Locality and Period: New York, New England or Pennsylvania. c.1790-1800.
Comments: The term "Pembroke table" was first used in England in the 1760's and referred to small elegant tables with short leaves and was supposedly named after the Countess of Pembroke of Wales, who first ordered it.
Antique Oak Mirrored Hall Seat with Hat Rack Hooks
Item #: AF1644
Description: Hall seat with curved, molded crown flanked by beveled columns with hat rack hooks and carved finials. Framed beveled mirror. Lower section with lift-top seat storage compartment. Carved paw front feet.
Materials: Oak. Glass beveled mirror. Brass hat hooks.
Dimensions: Height: 75". Width: 33-1/2". Depth: 17".
Locality and Period: Probably Grand Rapids. c.1900.
Comments: Nice size hall piece with hat rack hooks and seat storage for boots etc..
Victorian Walnut Turned & Carved Leg Console Table
Item #: AF1630
Description: Molded edge, over-hanging top. Upper leg brackets having turned drop finials. Turned & carved legs terminating in shaped and carved feet with stretcher support.
Dimensions: Height: 27-1/2". Width: 26". Depth: 13".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers throughout U.S. c.1880.
Comments: Multi-purpose table, useful as console, sofa, end, lamp or bedside table.
Antique 1 Drawer Turned Leg Work Table
Item #: AF1626
Description: Plain edge, slightly over-hanging top. Single full length drawer having petite turned pulls and hand cut dovetail construction. Turned legs with delicate turned feet.
Materials: Cherry. Pine secondary.
Dimensions: Height: 28-1/2". Width: 22-1/4". Depth: 19-1/2".
Locality and Period: Eastern to Midwest. c.1850.
Comments: Multi-purpose table, perfect for end, lamp or bedside table.
American Empire Mahogany Marble Top Pier/Petticoat Table & Ogee Frame Mirror
Item #: AF1618
Description: Pier table with slightly overhanging molded marble top. Front "S" scroll legs with "C" scroll feet. Shaped lower shelf. Mirrored back panel. Wall pier mirror having "Ogee" shaped frame.
Materials: Mahogany solids & veneers. marble top. Glass mirrors.
Dimensions: Height: Table 35-1/2", Mirror 48". Width: Table 35", Mirror 25-3/4". Depth: Table 18-1/2".
Locality and Period: Eastern U.S.A. c.1830.
Comments: Excellent condition. Perfect for entryway, hall or stair landing.
Price: $695.00 Table & Mirror
Victorian Walnut Turned & Carved Center Table attributed to Thomas Brooks
Item #: AF1598
Description: Round center table with molded and carved top. Turned and carved center pedestal. 4 arched carved legs with casters.
Materials: Walnut. Metal casters.
Dimensions: Height: 29-1/2". Width: 35-3/4". Depth: 35-1/2".
Locality and Period: Brooklyn, NY. c.1870.
Comments: This table is attributed to Thomas Brooks as it is very similar to examples that are marked pieces. Thomas Brooks (1811-1887) ran a successful furniture making business on the corner of Fulton and Sand Streets, near the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge. He made a variety of elegant Victorian Renaissance Revival furniture throughout the mid-nineteenth century.
Chippendale Style Walnut Tilt Top "Pie Crust" Tea Table
Item #: AF1587
Description: Tea table with circular, single board tilt top "pie crust" edge. Top set on a square support with latch to hold top in position. Turned base in tapered column with bulbous ring base and capital. Cabriole legs mortised into base with "claw-and-ball" carved feet.
Materials: Walnut. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 28-3/4". Width: 29-3/4". Depth: 29-7/8".
Locality and Period: Unknown maker. Early 20th Century.
Comments: Tripod pedestal tables were popular during the mid-18th century made in New York and Philadelphia. This later example is an accurate reproduction of the period pieces.
Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $225.00 NOW: $175.00
Tiger Oak Turned Leg Parlor Table with Claw & Ball Feet
Item #: AF1537
Description: Shaped over-hanging top with rounded "cusped" corners. Molded square skirt below top. 4 out-swept legs having vase, ball and spiral turnings. Legs joined at lower shaped shelf. Legs terminating in brass claw and glass ball feet.
Materials: Quarter sawed oak. Brass & glass feet.
Dimensions: Height: 28". Width: 24". Depth: 23-7/8".
Locality and Period: Probably Grand Rapids. c.1890-1900.
Comments: Delicately proportioned table crafted in nicely grained "tiger oak". Useful as parlor, center or lamp table.
Victorian Walnut Marble Top Parlor Table
Item #: AF1529
Description: Parlor table with slightly overhanging marble top having rounded corners. Shaped upper skirt with rounded corners and turned drop finials. Shaped legs with reeded edges and applied carved rosettes joined at central turned column. Porcelain casters at feet.
Materials: Walnut. White & grey marble top.
Dimensions: Height: 28-1/4". Width: 30-1/2". Depth: 20".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers throughout U.S. c.1875.
Comments: Convenient size that can be used as center, parlor or lamp table.
Victorian Ebonized Washstand with Marble Shelves & Mirror
Item #: AF1533
Description: 3 legged washstand with mirrored upper section having candle holders. Upper shaped marble shelf having round cut-out for wash bowl. Shaped marble lower shelf. Turned legs and feet.
Materials: Ebonized hardwood. Marble shelves. Glass mirror.
Dimensions: Height: 59-1/2". Width: 21-1/2". Depth: 21".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers from New York west to Ohio. c.1860.
Comments: Unusual tripod leg configuration for use in a corner of a room. Shaped marble shelves both upper and lower.
American Sheraton Stencil Decorated Dressing Table
Item #: AF1470
Description: Dressing table with molded, overhanging top and shaped backsplash. Single full length, hand dovetailed drawer with turned "mushroom" pulls. Turned legs terminating in arrow feet. Backsplash and drawer front having stenciled decoration in the "Hitchcock" style. Legs and table top having hand pinstripe details.
Materials: Pine. White pine secondary.
Dimensions: Height: 33-3/4". Width: 30-1/2". Depth: 15-1/2".
Locality and Period: New England. c.1810.
Comments: Delicate proportions and attention to decorative stencil design.
Victorian Walnut & Burl Marble Top Center Table
Item #: AF1448
Description: White with grey veining marble top having molded edges and canted corners. Carved and shaped skirt with burl accents. Carved and shaped base with sunflower decoration. Porcelain casters. Original paper label "Maury(?) Wolford, N.Y." on table top frame.
Materials: Walnut & walnut burl. Pine secondary. Porcelain casters.
Dimensions: Height: 28-3/4". Width: 32". Depth: 22".
Locality and Period: Labeled N.Y, c.1875.
Comments: Presenting style cues transitioning from Renaissance Revival to Eastlake. Very desirable and distinct sunflower motif on the base.
Carved Dolphin Card Table attributed to the firm of Deming & Bulkley
Item #: AF0666
Description: A very fine New York City card table with canted-corner top made of 2 hinged leaves to be rotated 90 degrees when opening to form playing surface.Top board is lavishly veneered with crotch mahogany in sunburst pattern, bordered with cross banding and having a molded edge. Skirt conforms to outline of top and is veneered on the front and sides. 2 carved gilt dolphins rise from the lower plinth to support top in front while 2 double ring & vase columns carved with acanthus leaf decoration support the rear. Dolphin legs extend from figured mahogany veneered undulating plinth at all 4 corners and retain original brass casters. Elaborate scrolls and acanthus leaf carvings between front legs and below plinth. Expert joinery including cross bracing, mortising and fine glue blocks construction of the underside are typical of better New York City workshop practices. The table exhibits exceptionally fine carved details.
Materials: Mahogany solids and veneers. Pine secondary. Brass casters.
Dimensions: Height: 29-3/4". Width: 37-7/8". Depth: 19".
Locality and Period: New York. c.1815-25
Comments: The New York Cabinetshop owned by Deming and Bulkley began importing their products into the city of Charleston in 1818 and opened a retail shop or “Ware-house” on King Street, which, by all accounts was extremely successful.The highly specialized motifs exhibited in the table’s base, most notably, the dolphin supports and feet, would strongly suggest an association with the Deming and Bulkley workshop. A recent study attributed ten card tables, containing either dolphin supports or feet, to the Deming and Bulkley workshop.
Price: Please Call for Price 660-259-4231
Victorian "Butternut" Marble Top Parlor Table
Item #: AF1405
Description: Molded marble top slightly overhanging shaped upper skirt having burl panel and incised carved decoration. Top mounted on 4 out-swept legs with molded edges and carved decoration. Legs joined in the center with a turned finial. Porcelain casters for feet.
Materials: White walnut (butternut). Burl white walnut. Pine secondary. Grey "confetti" marble top. Porcelain casters.
Dimensions: Height: 29-3/4". Width: 27-1/2". Depth: 19-1/2".
Locality and Period: American. c.1880.
Comments: Parlor tables are useful as end, bedside or lamp tables.
Pair Classical Mahogany Console & Dining Tables
Item #: AF1127
Description: Pair console tables with molded, slightly overhanging single board tops having rounded front edges. Plain skirt with rounded front corners having blocks that form upper legs. Turned and carved legs tapering and terminating in feet with brass casters. The 2 tables join at the back edges to form a dining or game table.
Materials: Mahogany. Brass casters.
Dimensions: Height: 28-1/2". Width: 45". Depth: 23" (individual), 46" (joined).
Locality and Period: c.1830-40.
Comments: Highly figured single board tops making an attractive and useful pair of console tables that can be joined to form a dining or game table.
Price: $895.00 Pair ***SALE*** NOW: $695.00
Folk Art Adirondack Twig "Welcome Home" Table
Item #: AF1288
Description: Table with rectangular top that rests on a tripod base. Top with faux animal fur upholstery and half twig edges. Legs rough branches with stick stretchers. Coils of twig form a decorative heart shape with a carved eagle, star and "Welcome Home" on front of base. Nailed construction.
Materials: Ash, hickory & pine. Faux fur top upholstery.
Dimensions: Height: 28". Width: 21-1/2", table top 16" . Depth: 24", table top 14".
Locality and Period: Upstate New York or Northern Michigan. c.1917.
Comments: Rustic, twig, or Adirondack furniture was intended primarily for use in mountain lodges and summer resorts and homes. This unique piece has additional appeal as it was crafted to welcome home a World War I soldier with patriotic eagle and star motifs.
Price: $395.00 ***SALE*** NOW: $185.00
Carved Missouri Folk Art Table by Nathan Ed Galloway
Item #: AF1088
Description: High relief hand carved table fashioned from a single tree trunk. Round top inlaid with mother of pearl, walnut, pine and oak decoration. Base & legs adorned with detailed carvings of grape bunches, vines, grape leaf, caterpillar and butterflies.
Materials: Walnut. Mother of pearl, walnut, pine & oak inlay. Pocelain casters (removable).
Dimensions: Height: 33-1/2" (with casters), 32" (without casters). Width: 28-1/2". Depth: 28-5/8".
Locality and Period: Hootontown, Missouri. December 1912.
Comments: Nathan Ed Galloway was born near Springfield, Missouri in 1880. When he was a teenager, Ed joined the U.S. Army and fought in the Spanish-American war in 1898. Ed returned to Springfield after leaving the Army and pursued his woodcarving. His focus was on creating household objects, such as hall trees and smoking stands. He also fashioned many large-scale items from tree trunks. These large-scale creations were decorated with human and animal figures. Ed had planned to show off his works of art at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition taking place in San Francisco in 1915. Unfortunately, most of his work was destroyed by a fire at his studio before he could display it. Galloway managed to salvage a few pieces and began making his way west toward California for the exposition. As fate had a different hand for Ed, he never made it. Charles Page, a wealthy businessman and philanthropist, saw Ed’s work and was greatly impressed by it. Charles offered Ed a job teaching woodworking to the boys at the Sand Springs orphanage home. Ed took the job, and remained in Sand Springs as a teacher for the next twenty-plus years.Nathan Ed Galloway died of cancer on November 11, 1962.
Price: Please Call for Price 660-259-4231
Mahogany Hepplewhite Pembroke Table
Item #: AF1070
Description: Table with rectangular top and 2 drop leaves that have cusped corners. Leaves are supported by brackets that swing out from skirt. Skirt unfinished under leaves; single drawer at finished narrow end has keyhole and bail pull. Legs tapered and square with inlaid banding and circle designs.
Materials: Mahogany. Satinwood inlay. Pine secondary. Iron hinges. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 28-1/4". Width: 20" (closed), 38" (open). Depth: 35-1/2".
Locality and Period: New York, New England, or Pennsylvania. c. 1820.
Comments: The term "Pembroke table" was first used in England in the 1760's and referred to small elegant tables with short rectangular leaves and were supposedly named after a Countess of Pembroke in Wales.
Price: $395.00 ***SALE** NOW: $295.00
Federal Mahogany Card Table
Item #: AF0800
Description: Card table with rectangular top having rounded corners and reeded edge. Skirt conforms to outline of top and is veneered on front and sides; narrow edge of contrasting inlaid veneer along bottom. Rear legs swing out to support opened top. Legs ring turned and tapering to arrow feet.
Materials: Mahogany solids and veneers, satinwood banding.
Dimensions: Height: 29". Width: 36". Depth: 16-1/2" closed, 33" open.
Locality and Period: Probably New York. c. 1800-10.
Comments: Card tables were never more popular than in the Federal era and followed Sheraton models with delicate lines and handsome graining before tastes changed after 1815 when card tables were produced with thicker elements. The reeded edge of this table reflects designs that were fashionable in New York and the Duncan Phyfe school.
Price: $950.00 ***SALE*** NOW: $695.00
Walnut Queen Anne Style Vitrine
Item #: AF0729
Description: Rectangular display table with hinged molded frame, glass lift-top. Framed side, front and rear glass panels that are mortised and pegged to upper legs. Straight legs, square in upper part and round below, tapering to raised pad feet. Mortised and pegged construction.
Materials: Walnut. Glass panels.
Dimensions: Height: 28". Width: 36". Depth: 24".
Locality and Period: East through Pennsylvania and Ohio. c. 1875.
Comments: Vitrine display tables and cabinets were popular in Victorian homes to display their various curiosities collections.