Country Servers & Huntboards
Below is a sample of antiques available. Click on images for more details.
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Georgian Oak Dresser
United Kingdom. Circa 1820.
Fine Georgian oak dresser base. Four plank top with moulded edge over an unusual configuration of three short and two long drawers with a shaped apron across the front. Cockbeaded drawer fronts with brass swan neck handles. Cabriole front legs carved with a simple tassel detail to the knees and feet.
English Oak Three Drawer Server
England. Circa 1850.
“Unassuming” is probably the best word to describe this low oak server. With a deep apron and narrow drawers, this straight-legged server was most likely sitting behind a sofa, but could possibly have been a serving table in a cottage. The brass bail pulls are not original, but appear to have been on this server for some time.
18th Century Oak Server
Beautifully proportioned, this stunning George III server is without a doubt reservedly handsome. With its rich patina and delicately carved apron and cabriole legs, the high craftsmanship of this country piece is evident. Whether destined for a room with modern or traditional decor, this server will certainly make it more elegant.
Oak Server on Cabriole Legs
England. Circa 1800.
The debonair flash of brass knobs on the three drawers of this country oak server was just enough to elevate it to the height of fashion at the turn of the 18th century. With a deeply moulded top and gently curved cabriole legs that end in pad feet, the proportions are exemplary. Combine that with a warm, rich patina and just a hint of mahogany cross banding on the drawer fronts and you have a country gentleman who knows his way around town.
Oak Hunt Board with Cross Banding
England. Circa 1840.
This handsome Lincolnshire piece has two banks of three drawers flanking a central cupboard having a tombstone panel door. Those drawers and door are cross banded in mahogany with a single string of boxwood delineating it from the oak. Raised on tapered legs ending in spade feet, it's not as heavy as a Yorkshire piece, but offers nearly as much storage space in an attractive package.