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Side, End, Game & Tea 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.

France. Circa 1890.

This cherry side table on turned and chamfered legs has a single drawer with two brass ring pulls. Sturdy, yet refined, it could double as a small writing table.

Cherry Single Drawer Table

England. Circa 1850.

English flip-top tea/game table with single drawer standing on tapered legs ending in pad feet. Single swing-out leg construction. Solid mahogany interior surface.   

Mahogany Tea Table

England. Circa 1860.

Constructed of solid mahogany, this flip top game table features a unique scrolled knee and trifid foot. Beautifully grained and bearing a rich, warm patina, this table would serve well as a console in a hall, or as its intended purpose of hosting card and board games.

Mahogany Game Table

Ireland. Circa 1790.

This handsome 18th century Irish flip top game table on cabriole legs features a swooping acanthus carving on the knees of the front legs which end in foliate carved pad feet. The back left leg swings to support the open top, itself covered in traditional green felt.

Irish Mahogany Game Table 

England. Circa 1820.

This mahogany drop leaf sofa table from the latter end of the reign of George III incorporates design elements common to the era. The diagonal reeding on the pedestal and the hairy brass "paw" feet are both classic design elements, as is the pedestal form. With two working drawers, this table offers storage, an additional dining area and handsome looks to boot! 

Mahogany Drop Leaf Sofa Table

England. Circa 1790.

A solid mahogany George III game table on cabriole legs ending in pad feet. The back left leg swings to support the open top having a felt playing surface. A single oak lined drawer has antique replaced brass swan neck pulls and offers storage space for playing cards and chess pieces. 

Mahogany Flip Top Game Table 

France. Circa 1900.

A pale grey painted top on a rustic fruitwood base of typical form give this tilt top table a genuine country look. The paint has some age, but is in good condition. However, it would not be a travesty to repaint the top, since this particular table was most likely originally covered in waxed canvas.

Painted Circular Wine Taster Table

England. Circa 1920.

Covered in a deeply figured walnut burl, this shaped front lowboy would do equally as well as a dressing table as it would occasional table or console.  With its shell carved knees on cabriole legs ending in pad feet, it has a profile that is as interesting as it is attractive.

Walnut Burl Lowboy 

England. Circa 1820.

An attractive example of an English pedestal game table with four column support and bronze embellishment. Top and legs are inlaid with brass stringing and the deeply splayed legs end in brass "paw" toecaps and casters.

Walnut Pedestal Game Table

England. Circa 1790.

A superb example of an English country lowboy, this table appears to be showing its age in the angle of its legs--which seem to be thinking independently as to which direction they would like to go. Some would call this imperfection or defective, but we like to call it "charm." The richly grained elm, combined with the beautiful color and patina, elevate the desirability of this sweet little table.

Elm Lowboy

England. Circa 1780.

One of the best game tables we've seen in some time, this particular table features inlaid bands of satinwood and tulipwood on the top and apron. The delicate carving on the table edge and cabriole legs is exquisite--testament to the skill of the craftsman who created this table. Opening the folding top reveals a set of candle wells and deeply carved guinea cups with a replaced saddle leather playing surface.

George III Inlaid Mahogany Game Table 

England. Circa 1840.

This is an attractive, mahogany flip top, Adam style game table on tapered legs ending in spade feet. Flame mahogany is used throughout with satinwood and rosewood bandings delineated by boxwood and ebony stringing. The felt playing surface is banded in rosewood. 

Mahogany Adam Style Game Table

Ireland. Circa 1770.

Irish, three drawer lowboy in quartersawn oak with ebony & fruitwood inlays and a unique, open fret apron. The top and drawers are handsomely cross banded in mahogany. Brass bail pulls and escutcheons highlight the dovetailed drawers while a thin moulding defines the base of the apron.  A “country formal” piece of furniture if ever there was one. 

Irish Inlaid Oak Lowboy 

England. Circa 1840.

Small, English, mahogany single drawer side table on delicate, turned legs; brass knobs break the plane of the bowed drawer front. A nice, quality table with clean lines that would be at home in any environment. 

Small Mahogany Bow Front Side Table

France. Circa 1880.

With its tilting, two board oak top and gentle elliptical shape, this table is just the right size and appearance to take outside for some libation enjoyment. Or it could be re-purposed to duty in a breakfast nook. The possibilities are not endless, but this little table has a lot of potential.

Oval Oak Vendange Table

England. Circa 1830.

Regency mahogany flip top game table on tapered legs has beautifully rounded corners. Attractive string inlay adorns the apron and legs while a rounded beading surrounds the centrally located drawer, which appears to have its original wood knob. Utilizing a swing leg support, the table opens to a near 36"square playing area.

Regency Game Table

England. Circa 1860.

This diminutive lap desk was the ultimate in desk portability in its day. Made in beautifully grained walnut and strengthened by brass straps and corner mounts, it conceals a useful interior. Opening it up reveals a dished pen tray flanked by space for inkwells. Beneath the writing slope is a small letter well that also has a “secret” section that hides a pair of small stamp drawers. The stand is new. 

Walnut Lap Desk on Stand