Norwegian table with mortise and tenon legs and
the top is attached with wood pegs, a technique used in the 18th-century. Probably pine. Tables of this type were made in the rural areas of Europe around 1760.
Tiger oak drop-leaf tea cart with green chalk
paint and clear wax top. Swivel castors on each corner. Great scale for use as small breakfast table with the drop-leaf sections raised, or as a side table without. Measures 30"W with ...