English oak side table with a turtle-shaped top,
which has a beveled and scalloped edge, following down to a simple apron and hand-turned barley-twist legs joined by stretchers. Raised on turned feet. Circa 1900. Age wear.
18th-century New England Queen Anne-period tea table, circa
1750. Two-board white pine oval top over a maple rectangular black-painted base with tapered turned legs. All pegged construction. Later paint to base and surface scratches.
With lovely proportions and handcrafted turned legs, this
side table adds a touch of homespun elegance to the bedside or chairside. Its beauty is in the meticulous mortise-and-tenon joinery, solid pine, and mahogany finish executed by hand. Handcrafted in the ...