Antique Wine Tables
This page is for antique wine tables and whatnots. Please click on the photographs in order to enlarge the image and do please call us if you do not find what you are looking for here
19th Century Arts And Crafts Antique Wine Table / Lamp Table
19th century antique wine table or lamp table with pine base and oak top. The pine is a good quality straight grained variety with no knots, the top is made of oak inlaid with several other timbers inlaid with marquetry in a series of concentric star shapes around a central pointed star. Nice to see four legs rather than three. This is a fun and functional hand made table that is far cheaper than it should be for a table of this age and quality.
British circa 1890 £180
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59cm / 23" deep
59cm / 23" wide
75cm / 29½" high
19th Century Tripod Wine Table
19th century George III revival mahogany antique tripod table. This sort of antique tripod table is sometimes called a wine table, a lamp table, a snap top table, or a small tea table. The edge is generously scalloped and raised above the height of the top. The pedestal is slender and graduated with a rope twist at the bowl and it stands on three gracefully formed legs terminating in pad feet in the best stylistic tradition of the period. It is astounding that furniture of this quality and of this period (and made of mahogany that is no longer available) is so cheap at the moment.
English circa 1880 £750
61cm / 24" wide
66cm / 26" high
Antique Rosewood Whatnot
Antique whatnot made of rosewood that has faded to a pale honey colour over its long life. This can be even further improved with beeswax which will be carried out by our in house restoration team. The what not is a useful piece of furniture which can live in any room. This one has mahogany lined drawers and being made of rosewood must have been a very expensive commission when new.
English circa 1820 £1,850
50" high to surface
52" high max
Antique Writing Table / Wine Table / Centre Table
Regency mahogany centre table / writing table / lamp table, the rectangular top crossbanded in tulipwood and fruitwood, with two drawers in the frieze and the feet with scrolled reeded brackets.
English circa 1810 £4,800
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Provenance: Sold and valued Maple and Co, BADA, 1971
Pair of Satinwood Tables
Fine pair of Georgian revival wine tables. This pair of tables are made of a particularly interesting cut of satin wood with harewood / sycamore inlay and ebonised detail. The splay legs make them more stable than their elegant design would suggest.
English circa 1900 £950
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Antique ladies work box
Antique ladies work box or work table made of mahogany with flame mahogany. There is inlay to the top, legs and feet. The interior is fitted out with blue moire and velvet. The lock and key are in working order.
English circa 1790 £950
Antique work box or sewing table
Antique work box / sewing table made of a choice cut of oak with crossbanding made of top quality rosewood. This is a very rare combination of timbers and especially for this period. Bear in mind that this is not vernacular piece and neither was it made in a Victorian factory. This is a precision made Regency piece of furniture with hand cut dovetails typical of the pre Victorian period. This table has two drawers as well as the bottom deep sampler drawer. The top drawer has a sliding and lift out tray with dividers for different threads or implements. The sampler drawer has a very clever locking mechanism which prevents it from opening if the middle drawer is not open. The reverse of this table is finished with oak and crossbanding to make it totally freestanding.
English circa 1820 £2,250
Antique tripod table
Antique tripod table / wine table / lamp table dating from the George III period. This table is made of really good dense mahogany with interesting grain pattern. The pie crust edge is also raised, a very labour intensive process. A raised pie crust edge is a decorative feature that can also help prevent things falling off the table top. The base is a good slender early design with rope twist column and good generous splay to the legs.
English circa 1780 £1,850
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Antique yew wood tripod table
Antique yew wood tripod table / lamp table / wine table. To those in the know this timber needs no introduction. Yew wood has a unique way in which its fine grain lines fade to a deep golden colour with the passage of time.
English circa 1810 £2800
Antique writing table
Little walnut writing table with fine old skiver top and intricate tooling. This table is 28 1/2" high which makes it the perfect height for use as a wine table, lamp table or for by the bed.
English circa 1850 £950
19 1/2" deep
26 1/2" wide
28 1/2" high
This is a really good addition to any house - it is a jardinaire, literally a floor standing plant pot.
An antique jardinaire or plant stand is a really good way of filling an empty space in the house - perhaps in the corner of a room or halfway up the staircase.
This one was made during the Georgian revival period. This means that it is really well made and follows an elegant design. Thin legs and precisely cut inlay and crossbanding compliment the finest cuts of mahogany.
English circa 1890-1910
16 1/2" wide
26 1/2" deep
37 1/2" high
French antique wine or lamp table
French wine or lamp table with faded off white paint with inset marble top, probably made around 1890-1910
30 1/2" high
16 1/2" wide
16 1/2" deep
Antique wine table by Gillow of Lancaster
Antique wine table by Gillow of Lancaster, this is a really wonderful design with excellent crisp carving straight out of the Gillows design book, it is made of very rare Goncales Alves timber which has the density of mahogany with the light bending capabilities of satin wood.
Useful little antique whatnot in mahogany with good elegant turned supports, lovely colour and with useful drawer and original knobs
English circa 1825 £1,450
41" high (to the surface)
George III mahogany 3 tier antique dumb waiter
Charming George III mahogany 3 tier antique dumb waiter or antique whatnot. Very useful at chair side for holding drinks, remote control, books or in the corner of a room to display plants or photograph frames. This is an elegant early version with tripod base and slender turned column. The timber is good dense grained mahogany which has faded to a good golden brown colour. Restoration is included in the price and the finish will look even more wonderful when our workshops have polished it with traditional beeswax.
English circa 1780 £2,800
64cm / 25" deep
64cm / 25" wide
128cm / 50½" high