GENUINE ANTIQUE KITCHEN AND FARMHOUSE TABLES
- Specialists in Victorian and antique pine tables
- Tables and general antiques sourced to your specification
- Bespoke Tables – craftsman made copies
- Based in Gloucestershire
- Tel: 07957 870423
Antique Kitchen Tables as the name suggests is a Website dedicated to genuine antique kitchen and farmhouse tables.
With many years of experience in the antiques trade, at Antique Kitchen Tables we pride ourselves on sourcing authentic antiques.
We provide detailed descriptions of all our pieces and include multiple photographs of each item including close ups of detail and construction.
A good harlequin set of six 19th century lath back, elm seated, kitchen chairs.
A nice late nineteenth or early twentieth century pine farmhouse table with useful drawer in one end. 72″(183cm) L x 30 1/2″ (90cm)W
A beautiful 19th century French cherry wood farmhouse table standing on square tapering legs and having a useful frieze drawer. 65 3/4″ (167cm) L x 30 1/4″ (77cm) W
An attractive 19th century French oak farmhouse table with two useful frieze drawers. 76 3/4″ (175cm) L x 38 3/4″ (85.5cm) W .
A basically 19th century Victorian pine farmhouse table standing on nicely turned legs and having a useful drawer in one end. 72″ (183cm) L x 41″ (104cm) W
An early 20th century Zimbabwean farmhouse table. the fabulous hardwood top with moulded edge and rounded corners. 71 1/4″ (181cm) L x 36 1/4″ (92cm) W
We often get requests for tables of a certain dimension. With genuine antiques these can be difficult to source. To meet this demand we have decided to create new craftsman made copies based on the style of one of our best selling tables. These new antique style tables can be made to suit your specific requirements, height, size colour etc. If you are interested in ordering a bespoke table please contact us.
We can now offer you the opportunity to sell your own kitchen table, farmhouse table or kitchen chairs on this website.
In the course of sourcing genuine antique kitchen tables we sometimes have the opportunity to buy tables which the vendors believe are genuine, but which we notice have been adapted or altered in some-way. Only if these tables are attractive, practical and have character will we purchase them.. but we pay less for them than the genuine article, and consequently sell them for less!
We hope you find this useful.