Antique Side Tables

Quality Antique Side Tables For Sale on Antiques World. Buy Antique Side Tables from Genuine Georgian, Victorian & Edwardian Periods in beautiful woods like Mahogany, Walnut and Oak.

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The History of Antique Side Tables

The earliest form of antique side table is probably the Low boy. It was a provincial early table intended to be used as a dressing table or occasional use. They originated in the 18th century and made from locally sourced English Oak or Walnut with one or two drawers on the front.

18th Century Antique Walnut Low Boy / Side Table

Dating from Around ca.1800 and made from beautifully figured Elm, this splendid Georgian side table has a working drawer with brass swan neck handles and stands on tapering legs.

Rare Georgian Elm Antique Side Table

More fine materials were used in the early 19th Century like this Sensational Regency Antique Side Table made from solid Mahogany and dating from around 1830. It has an unusual concave shaped front with oak lined frieze drawer, cock beaded edges and four elegantly turned legs.

Sensational Regency Mahogany Antique Side Table

The Victorian era lead to interesting designs with slightly more decoration. This Victorian Figured Mahogany Antique Side Table circa, 1860 has a beautifully figured oval moulded top above two elegant turned upright supports and turned cross stretcher with moulded tulip leaf carvings and brass castors.

Victorian Figured Mahogany Antique Side Table

During the Edwardian period, the use of inlay was commonly used in the decoration of antique furniture. This fine quality Edwardian Inlaid Walnut Antique Side Table has an unusual blind fretwork carved moulded edge with the most magnificent shell inlaid centre which is truly stunning.

Fine Quality Edwardian Inlaid Walnut Antique Side Table