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Farm Tables

Below is a sample of antiques available.  Click on images for more details.

Please contact us at 203.263.3446 or info@millhouseantiquesandgardens.com with any requests or questions.

French Provincial. Circa late 19th century.

Limed chestnut worktable or farm table with one-inch thick top and breadboard ends. Sturdy tapered legs. Tabletop shows the good use to which the table was put.

Chestnut Limed Farm Table 

France. Circa 19th century.

Two-board French elm farm table with pull-out breadboard. Unusual moulded edge and bracket details. Exceptional grain and patina.

19th Century French Elm Farm Table 

France. Circa 1870.

French three-plank chestnut farm table with Basque legs. Deep rich patina with warm hues. Breadboard ends.

French Chestnut Farm Table 

France. Circa 19th century.

Three-plank antique French farm table with one-inch thick top resting on sturdy tapered legs. A table that has passed the test of time..

Chestnut Farm Table

France. Circa 1860.

With its scalloped apron and cabriole legs, this table is has a more dynamic appearance than an ordinary work table, but its single side drawer and pull-out breadboard slide say otherwise.  A rich patina warms the surface and the color is exemplary.

French Fruitwood Dining Table