Center Hall Tables
Below is a sample of antiques available. Click on images for more details.
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England. Circa 1810.
In a departure from the circular norm, this octagonal table has a rotating top with four functioning drawers and four dummy drawers, each with wood pulls. The three splay legs to the pedestal have carved decoration and terminate in brass toe caps and casters.
Regency Octagonal Drum/Writing Table
United Kingdom. Circa 19th century.
English Regency pollard oak center table with oak crossbanding. Table features large beaded edge over apron with smaller beaded edge. Concave, four-sided column resting upon concave, four-legged platform base, ending with ebonized carved claw feet with casters. Inverted collar of small and large beaded rings complete the transition from column to base. Excellent example of old pollard oak. Wonderful patina and color.
Regency Pollard Oak Center Hall Table
United Kingdom. Circa 1850.
While there is nothing extraordinary about this mahogany tilt top table—no fancy, carved edge or claw and ball feet—there is nothing particularly ordinary, either. The top is just the right thickness for the diameter and the pedestal is weighted perfectly for both. Simple design and execution, along with a wonderful, rich brown mahogany make this table suitable for a small center hall or large living room.
Mahogany, Circular Tilt Top Table
England. Circa 1820.
This is a superb example of an English mahogany drum table. The handsome grain has achieved an incredible patina--the rich, warm tone of the wood is barely captured in this photograph--one must see this table in person to truly appreciate the color. The flame grain on the drawer fronts and the scroll carving of the feet are exemplary; combined with the pleasing proportions, these add up to make this a very desirable table.
George III Mahogany Drum Table
England. Circa 1860.
English, mahogany tripod tilt top table with dish edge. Unique pedestal with solid stretcher defines this normally ubiquitous table as something out of the ordinary. Further setting this table apart is the knowledge that it was commissioned by Lady Maria Coventry, Croome Estate, Worcestershire - as identified by the ivory label with M.A.C. on it.
Mahogany Tilt Top Table