Antique Country Furniture

Magnificent Georgian Antique Large Period Oak Country Lancashire Chest

Antique Country Furniture is what the antiques trade usually calls pieces of early English antique oak, Pine and Elm, basically locally available timbers in Britain. These antiques were made traditionally, during the 18th to the early 19th century. Antique Country Furniture has more of a well used charm sometimes with a rustic feel but always in the original condition with a lovely patina from years of use. They are historic pieces, built by hand using methods like traditional pegged construction or hand cut dovetail joints. Because of their age, they will have a lovely rural look, full of charming character, not surprising in antique furniture that is over 200 years old! We mainly only wax these wonderful original pieces by hand, as re-polishing them would take away the patina that takes years to accomplish. Web use only the finest quality natural bees wax, to nourish the wood. Antique country furniture are the ideal pieces for the antique enthusiast who can fully appreciate the history, remarkable simple old repairs and usage, so appeal more to the true antique lover. Country furniture is more suited to the Farmhouse or cottage where wood beams are visible along with lovely old oak floor boards. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.

Styles of Antique Country Furniture

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.

This Period Country Oak Antique Georgian Cupboards are often over 240 years old. This Period Georgian Oak Antique Country Dresser Base, circa 1740 has 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.  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.

George II Antique Oak Dresser Base

This Regency Oak Cross Banded Antique Country Press Cupboard dating from around 1830 and displays delightful mahogany cross banding decoration that contrasts well with the golden oak of the cabinet.

Regency Oak Cross Banded Antique Country Press Cupboard.

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