Antique Dining Tables
  1. XWC

    Antique French Provincial Dining Table - Castle Antiques & Design - walnut

    $4,109.00 $5,875.00 $4,109.00
    More Details French Provincial-style dining table made from solid cherry wood and original walnut color staining, c.1870’s. Features a single side drawer, hand-carved curved table legs, and has a natural wax finish. This handcrafted dining table is sturdy, elegant and ready to be used in any home for years to come. Leg height: 23", leg width: 51".
  2. ARU

    Large Wood Trellis Dining Table - Fleur de Lex Antiques - multi browns

    More Details Handsome tough hardwood trestle dining table. Simple, attractive construction with heavy boards on the top, capped by two end pieces. The key stretcher connects to the pedestals. Table seats 10.
  3. QHD

    French Country-Style Dining Table - House of Charm Antiques - brown/white

    More Details French country-style dining table with a rustic planked top and white painted cabriole legs. Some wear.
  4. TAF

    Regency Style Inlaid Dining Table - The Barn at 17 Antiques - golden brown/tan/brass

    More Details A Regency Style inlaid mahogany double pedestal dining table by Beacon Hill. Features satinwood banding, satinwood inlaid bases, solid brass casters and new hand rubbed lacquer finish by Blackstone Furniture Restorers of Boston. Beacon Hill was an early 20th-C Boston based maker of luxury furniture items using only the finest materials and craftsmanship. Table closed, 68.5" L. Two leaves, 24.0" L. each.
  5. XWC

    Herman Miller-Style Dining Table - Castle Antiques & Design - white, black, silver

    $1,029.00 $1,475.00 $1,029.00
    More Details This 1960's Mid-Century Modern dining table is designed in the style of Herman Miller. The round table features a white Formica surface with black trim. The pedestal legs are made of steel with black accents and padded feet. This dining table is sturdy, stylish, and ready to be used in any home or office for years to come.
  6. FVC

    19th-C. William IV Mahogany Dining Table - Countryside Antiques - brown

    More Details English William IV mahogany tilt-top dining table, circa 1835. Original brass casters. With top tilted up, the table measures 61"L x 30"D x 62.25"H. Age wear.
  7. LIA

    Templeton Extension Dining Table - Lillian August - mahogany finish

    More Details With its classically proportioned tapered legs and antique gold accents, this table exemplifies European elegance. Crotch mahogany veneers are hand-finished in a beautiful rich brown finish. This table comes with two 24"W leaves.
  8. KWY

    19th C. Anglo Indian Round Dining Table - de-cor - aged brown

    More Details Extraordinary antique round dining table from Ceylon, features a large round top with floral and leaf carving around the border and a wonderful fully carved tiered pedestal base with the same floral and leaf motif from the top. It sits on four intricate legs with royal panther head motif. Top may be unhinged from base for easier transportation.
  9. LIM

    Galen Dining Table - Natural

    More Details Drawing its inspiration from authentic antiques handcrafted in the Shandong area of China, this dining table is crafted of reclaimed pine with intricate detailing meticulously sculpted by hand. A rustic, multi-layered finish gives this piece the appearance of a naturally aged heirloom. Seats eight to ten guests.
  10. WQF

    French Oak Farm Table - Chez Marie Antiques - light brown

    More Details Stunning French Oak Dining Table with a parquet top that is 3" thick. Made of rich, massive oak, this dining table is reminiscent of the Renaissance period. Oval shaped, this table stands on a strong pedestal base and features a cross-stretcher for added stability. The parquet top has a beautiful diagonal pattern and sits 27" from floor to apron. Hand-made in France. Two leaves sit on supports that pull out from each sides. Open length ...
  11. LHN

    French Granite Top Bistro Table - 1920s - Negrel Antiques - pink/grey

    More Details A generously sized pink granite top bistro table with scrolled iron base, from the 1920s. The iron base has a wonderful age patina with a grayish green tone. Scrolled feet and scrolls at the top are bridged by sinuous curves, with fleur de lis and leaf motif. An elegant X-stretcher connects the two legs. A large beveled edge piece of granite, not original to base, is attached to the base, more ample than standard bistro ...
  12. ILG

    19th Century Pine Work Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th century English work table made of pine. The top is made up of scrubbed planks and follows down to a simple apron, which has two drawers, one on each end. It is supported on slightly tapered legs, ending in casters. The top is 1 inch thick and the apron measures 22.88" h.
  13. ILG

    Early 19th Century French Wine Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th century French wine table made from pine. The top is banded and has wonderful graining, following down to the base, which is trestle and has a rotating stretcher, which supports the tabletop when in use. Raised on hand-turned feet. The table when open measures 39.5 W x 39.63 D x 29.5 H.
  14. ILG

    19th-C. French Table with Draw-Leaves - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th Century French draw-leaf table with a parquet top and leaves, following down to a wonderfully hand-carved and scalloped apron. The apron is carved with scrolls and flower baskets, and the table is supported on cabriole legs with carved decorated knees and ending in scroll feet. The top open measures 90.13 L x 39.25 W.
  15. ILG

    19th-C. French Farm Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th Century farm table from France. The top is very thick and measures 1.75 inches in thickness, and is banded and follows down to a scalloped apron with a molded edge and two drawers, one on each end, supported on hand-turned cabriole legs with molded edges and ending in shaped feet. The apron measures 23.5 inches high.
  16. ILG

    19th Century French Cherry Farm Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th century farm table from France made from cherry with a banded top which has wonderful graining following down to a hand scalloped apron which contains a single drawer on one end and a bread board on the other. The table is supported on cabriole legs. Lovely form. The apron measures 24.25 high, and the bread board measures 24 x 15.
  17. ILG

    19th Century English Oak Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details 19th century English oak table with a plank top following down to a simple apron which measures 25.13 in height. The legs are hand carved fluted and reeded and are joined by a Y-stretcher.
  18. LHN

    Maurice Hirsch Neoclassical Table - 1950s - Negrel Antiques - black/gold

    More Details Very chic Neoclassical style smoke glass table with ebonized and gilt wood base from designer Maurice Hirsch, circa 1950s. Curved legs with scrolled feet, all in glossy black varnish with brightly gilt lines. Four legs at top and four at bottom in mirror image, creating an interlocking double X form. The round smoke glass top is a half inch thick and in very good condition. The wood base measures 35" wide. Glass top removable. Floor ...
  19. PIG

    French Art Nouveau Cast Marquetry Table - Vaillant & Cie - green/gold/brown

    More Details Striking, original antique French Art Deco cast metal and hand fabricated marquetry table top. C 1890-1910 Base in it's original colors, green and gold, green vines and grapes, leaves and acanthus. Custom made, striped marquetry trim, star and diamond insets. Period piece of French history. Table top in original condition, minor loss of two tips of diamonds petite crevice. Finished in traditional French polish. Large enough for dining or work space.
  20. JKB

    19th C. English Walnut Gate-Leg Table - brown

    More Details 19th C. English walnut drop leaf gate-leg table. 16"W with leaves down.
  21. JKB

    19th C. Italian Painted Trestle Table - grey/terra cotta/natural

    More Details 19th century Italian painted trestle table finished in a faux marble. The table stands on two heavy pedestal bases connected by a center stretcher. Worn and chipped paint throughout.