Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A Table for the Season

So folks its that time of year again.... Tis the season to deck the halls with bells & holly and all that palaver, but hows the epicentre of all your festivities looking??
Nope not the tree, the roaring log fire, decorations or even the colour scheme, all very important components in making it gel together I know.

But I'm talking dining tables and all the trimmings !!
(Above & Below) A Boston Classical Mahogany "Banquet"  Pedestal Dining Table, with an amazing 8 extra  leaves; Offered By; antiquariovc.com

A Set of 8 English Chippendale Style Dining Chairs, circa 1920's. Offered By;

If your home is anything like ours life is busy, and Christmas is one of the very few times of the year our family and friends get a chance to sit around the table without having to rush off to do life.

Large Spanish Dining Table with with 12 Chairs, circa 1800. Offered By;

(Above & Below) A Superb Quality French Dining Suite circa 1870. Offered by;

A Kurt Ostervig Scandinavian Teak Dining Table & 6 Chairs circa 1960. Offered  by;
So why not dine in style once in a while ??

A Set of 6 Swedish Flame Birch Dining Chairs circa 1940. Offered By;
A Large Italian Walnut Trestle Dining Table circa 1900. Offered By;

A good dining table and chairs or complete suite can be quite the heafty investment initially, but bought wisely a good antique or custom made dining suite will last many years, hold endless cherished memories and also make a good family heirloom or investment.

An English 19th Century "Demi Lune" Sideboard. Offered By;

A Spectacular English Oak Dining Table circa 1850. Offered By;

An American Stack Laminated Table & Chairs, circa 1970. Offered by;