Antique Country Furniture is what the antique trade usually calls pieces of English antique oak, Pine and Elm, basically locally available timbers. Country Furniture has more of a well used charm sometimes with a rustic feel, and always in the original condition with a lovely patina from years of use. We mainly only wax these wonderful original pieces by hand as if you re polished them you would take away the charm and character that takes years to accomplish. They are the ideal pieces of furniture for the antique enthusiast who can fully appreciate the history, remarkable simple old repairs and usage, so appeal more to the true antique lover. They are more suited to the Farmhouse or country cottage where rustic beams are visible along with lovely old oak floor boards. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.
Antique Oak Furniture for sale
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Below are more examples of antique country furniture that we have sold, we often get lovely examples in stock but if any style looks of interest let us know and we can try to find you something similar.
Period Country Oak Antique Georgian Cupboard. This beautiful and unusual country oak antique cupboard comes from the Georgian period and is over 240 years old, dating from around 1770. It has a rectangular moulded top above two beautifully figured cupboard doors, each with moulded panels, key and working lock. The doors have brass ‘H’ hinges and the interior has three fixed shelves.
Period Georgian Oak Antique Country Dresser Base. This characterful period oak antique country dresser base dates from the early Georgian times, circa 1740. It has a solid figured oak top with rounded corners and reeded lower edge. Below this can be found three central oak lined drawers with brass pull handles. The drawers are flanked by two cupboard doors with central fielded panels and brass handles. Both cupboards are fitted with fixed shelves, two in the left hand side and one in the right hand side. The left hand door also benefits from a key and working lock. This historic piece has a lovely rustic feel to it, amplified by finishing touches like the rounded side edges finished with carved detailing. It stands on shaped bracket feet and does have some old repairs consistent with age and use and expected in an authentic antique dresser that is over 270 years old.
Set of Six Antique Country Elm Kitchen Chairs. Stamped ‘W.A.’ this harlequin set of six, antique, country, kitchen, dining chairs, date from around 1880 in the Victorian period. They each have a curved back with shaped uprights and turned bobbin supports. The seats are beautifully figured and sit on four splayed turned legs benefiting from the stability provided by the ‘H’ stretcher design. These antique chairs are good for everyday use and would grace any country kitchen with their character and charm.
Large Painted Victorian Antique Country Dresser. Dating from around 1880 in the Victorian period this very practical antique dresser base has a real country farmhouse feel complimented by the antiqued paint and wax finish. It has a chunky, deep, pine top above seven drawers with original glass handles. There is a central cupboard door with panel detailing which is replicated on the sides of the dresser.
Regency Oak Cross Banded Antique Country Press Cupboard. Dating from around 1830 in the Regency period this wonderful country oak antique press cupboard displays delightful mahogany cross banding decoration. It has a moulded cornice above a figured mahogany frieze over two cupboard doors. The doors have a key with working locks, turned handles and unusual mahogany cross banding that contrasts well with the golden oak of the cabinet. The interior of the cupboard is divided into two sections, each containing two removable shelves. The lower section has a two over two graduating drawer configuration, each drawer having turned handles and are cross banded with mahogany. The press stands on squat turned bun feet and splits into two sections for ease of removal.
Charming Country Georgian Antique Oak Small Chest Of Drawers. These Charming Country Georgian Antique Oak Small Chest Of Drawers circa, 1790 are full of the charm and character that you would expect from a true antique. The top is beautifully figured with a moulded edge, above two over three cock beaded drawers with decorative brass handles. This super chest also has beautiful mahogany cross banded drawer dividers and stands on shaped bracket feet, and also benefits from having the original backboards.
Period Oak, 18th Century, Antique Georgian Dresser Base / Sideboard. This wonderful example of an antique Georgian country dresser base dates from around 1750 and is constructed from oak. It has a rectangular top with moulded lower edge above three central oak lined drawers with the original brass swan neck handles. These have been polished clean but still maintain the ‘twisted look’ which can only be achieved from centuries of use. Character and charm like this in a piece is priceless. The drawers are flanked by cupboard doors, each having a central fielded panel and containing a single fixed shelf within. The ‘H’ hinges to the left of the dresser are original while the hinges to the right are replacements. This historic piece stands on raised legs and is of traditional pegged construction. It has a lovely rustic feel to it and is full of charm and character, not surprising in a country dresser that is over 260 years old!