Antique Hall Tables, also known as an Antique Telephone Table was a long slim piece of furniture often similar to the console table in design but this stands on four legs and quite often will have one or two drawers in the front or sides. They were mainly built in Oak or Mahogany were produced in the Victorian and Edwardian periods often in the Arts and Crafts designs. Due to their slim, tall appearance, they are very useful and stylish, so can really be placed anywhere in the home but were originally only built to stand in a hallway. Furniture makers like Gillows of Lancaster and Maple & Co, specialised in such tables and often built them to the customers specification. These antique tables would look lovely either in a hall, ideal for keeping keys in whilst acting as a telephone table or even simply as a side table in a living space providing a home for a lamp and precious family photos. Here at Antiques world, we do get good traditional antique tables in stock, along with hall furniture. Have a look below at our lovely examples for sale.
Hall Tables for sale
Some previous examples we have sold include this quality Rosewood, Small Antique Hall Table of outstanding quality with a beautifully figured rectangular top with rounded corners above two mahogany lined frieze drawers and original small turned handles. This formation is typical of writing tables made by Holland & Sons.
This Regency Mahogany Antique Hall Table has two oak lined drawers and brass swan neck handles. It has a fine shaped apron and stands on four tapering legs.
This 19th Century Bow Fronted Antique Hall Table is constructed from mahogany with the classic bow front design. The top has moulded edges with attractive string inlay around the perimeter. The bow fronted top sits above two oak lined drawers with decorative brass handles and boxwood string inlay decoration to the front. The table sits on elegantly turned legs and is the perfect size to sit at the side of a sofa, perhaps with a reading light?
This Oak Antique Telephone Table / Hall Table is full of charm and character. The rectangular top has a moulded lower edge above a frieze drawer that displays cock beading and the original brass swan neck handles. The table stands elegantly on four tapering legs which still retain the original attractive pierced fretwork brackets to the hip (these often break over time so this table is quite rare still having them in place).
This Edwardian Inlaid Hall Table is in the Sheraton design. It has a serpentine shaped top which has beautifully inlaid cross banding and a strikingly figured flamed mahogany oval central panel. The front has an unusual three over two drawer configuration all of which are mahogany lined, have cock beading and flow in a serpentine shape. The corners are canted and all sides are finished and shaped so it may be placed to the side of a sofa or in an open position.
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
Andrew & Alison,
James, just a quick mail to say thank you for your service and help yesterday. The table got back to Chester in one piece and is now assembled in the sitting room looking splendid! We will keep a watchful eye on your web site – we would be very happy to journey up to Clitheroe again should you have any pieces that would find a home at Church Cottage. Many thanks again, and best wishes. Andrew & Alison
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.