The Antique Centre Table is circular or rectangular in shape and designed to be in a grand hallway with fine inlay decoration and beautifully built. These fine 19th Century Victorian antique tables would be ideal used as a lamp table carrying treasured family photographs or even as an intimate breakfast table for two. It was one of the first items of antique furniture you would see when you entered a home, so they were built to impress often with a lovely bunch of flowers displayed on top. Antique Centre Tables were most popular in the Victorian period built in stunning figured timbers from Rosewood, Mahogany to fine golden Burr Walnut. The best examples would have exotic or brass inlay or a marble top and come in unusual shapes like the serpentine with a moulded edge. These antique tables, would either be sat on a centre pedestal or on fine turned legs and usually with castors, so could be easily moved around. In today’s house, they are mainly used as a side table or writing table as they are really pretty pieces to look at but also quite practical having a large top surface. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.
Centre Tables for sale
Some previous examples we have sold include this antique centre table dating from around 1840 in a rare design made from yew and walnut with delightfully small proportions. The circular moulded top has a rare segmented design with a decorative circumferential inlaid banding. The top tilts and stands on a beautifully turned pedestal with circular base and scrolled legs with small castors.
This antique centre table is from the Regency period and is made from a gorgeous rosewood. It has splayed sides with delightfully turned uprights and cross stretchers. The antique table stands on four elegantly carved scrolled feet with brass castors.
This ornate 19th Century antique Inlaid Centre Table has an oval in shape top, made from very attractive burr walnut and dates from around 1860. The top is strikingly figured with quarter veneered sections and displays attractive cross banding along with boxwood and ebony string inlay. The eye is then drawn to a central, beautifully inlaid, decorative panel. The top rests on skilfully turned reeded upright supports with a cross stretcher and decorative finials. The table stands on four out swept legs with scrolled carved feet having white porcelain castors. This piece of history has been expertly crafted by a true artisan as demonstrated in the quality of wood and finish achieved. It comes complete with the charm and character only found in an authentic antique.
Built by a true Victorian craftsman, this striking centre / side table circa, 1870 has the most striking figured walnut top with sycamore cross banding and elegant inlays. The top section is moulded with a rounded edge and decorative brass trim.
- L ML,
Highly recommended. James is reliable, professional and efficient. Readily arranged international transport and packed the item well. Received in perfect condition. Could not be more pleased.
- John and Jan,
Hello James,Just a line to let you know we’re thrilled to bits with the table, the finish is perfect. Do pass on our thanks to those concerned for a job well done, we are very pleased with results of their hard work. Likewise your delivery lads, they were efficient and mindful of their cargo and our home too. We continue to look on your website of course, and will definitely drop by and have a cuppa with you when we’re back in lovely Lancashire :)!With our best regards to you,John and Jan
Antique dining table, 10 chairs and a side table*Delivered at 3 minutes past nine. I’m impressed!It looks very good in the position we had chosen – we are very pleased with it.Thank youAndrew