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Antique Dining Tables

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Very Wide Cherry French Farmhouse Table

£3,200 Ref 335

Antique Chestnut table

£4,900 Ref 332

Lovely wide antique cherry table with slide

£3,200 Ref a1

Beautiful antique late 19th Century cherry table

£2,700 Ref Galode

Small cherry

£1,500 Ref 231

A beautiful pale elm antique farm table

£2,700 Ref 2

3m Rustic French farmhouse table

£4,800 Ref 333

A beautiful Cherry Antique H Strecher

£2,400 Ref 321

Exceptionally large statement Elm Normandy Table

£8,000 Ref 329

Walnut trestle table - circa 1850

£5,000 Ref 307

Large Antique oak dining table with benches

£5,000 Ref 328

3m Chestnut antique large farmhouse table

£5,200 Ref 325

Antique coffee table

£1,200 Ref 3

Antique cherry table

£3,300 Ref 9

Early 19th century oak server

£1,400 Ref 12

Antique cherry refectory table.

£4,000 Ref 317

Antique oak h stretcher dining table

£2,200 Ref 316

Beautiful oak refectory dining table

£1,900 Ref 319

Two plank top lovely antique dining table

£2,850 Ref 300

8ft Stunning antique elm 4 plank table with round legs

£4,000 Ref 259

Exceptionally rare harvest antique table

£5,100 Ref B1

Antique applewood French farmhouse table

£2,200 Ref 305

Antique walnut farmhouse table with tapered legs

£3,700 Ref 299

Exquisitely rare original antique walnut French Server

£6,000 Ref 181

Antique centre stretcher table with gorgeous tactile top

£3,000 Ref 306

18th Century style x-frame farmhouse table

£3,500 Ref 002

Cherry antique French farmhouse table

£1,900 Ref 209

Antique late 19th Century Oak farmhouse table 7ft

£3,500 Ref 283

19th Century cherry oval table

£3,100 Ref 277

Very large elm refectory table

£13,500 Ref 0803

An beautiful cherry refectory farmhouse table.

£3,500 Ref 268

Antique double drawer leaf table in chestnut and cherry

£4,850 Ref 121

Antique Pine dining table

£1,700 Ref 213

Rustic oak antique table French farmhouse circa 1790

£3,600 Ref 164

A fantastically large pale Maple Dining table

£4,500 Ref 1000

Oval Country drop leaf table

£2,600 Ref 973

Cherry Antique Desk/Lamp Table


Antique oak extending French farmhouse table C1840

£5,000 SOLD Ref 330

French Normandy style farmhouse table

£3,900 SOLD Ref 323

8ft antique oak farmhouse table

£4,000 SOLD Ref G99

Antique little elm two plank table

£1,750 SOLD Ref 312

Antique cherry 8ft table with drawer and cleated ends

£3,950 SOLD Ref 296

6ft 10" Antique Pale oak farmhouse table

£2,950 SOLD Ref 292

Stunning Elm antique farmhouse table with bread slide

£6,000 SOLD Ref 290

Antique French Server

£2,200 SOLD

Antique Dark 3 Plank Oak Table

£2,800 SOLD

A George III Provincial Oak D End Table

£4,700 SOLD

Large Antique Coffee Table

£1,100 SOLD

At Antique Tables we have a varied stock of large and long antique dining tables and farmhouse tables including round, rectangular and oval shaped tables with varying seating capacities such as 8 seater, 10 seater and 12 seater.

Farmhouse tables have evolved over the period of time. The earliest tables were simple boards supported on trestles, called trestle tables. These simple board plank tables had a rustic look and were made using indigenous woods and were of pegged mortise and tenon construction and were later referred to as antique farmhouse tables. The French antique farmhouse table started appearing in England in the 1990s. The tables have basically stayed the same for hundreds of years.

Most tables are a standard height of about 30.5 inches but some allow more leg room than others due to the drawers. The width and length of an antique table may vary tremendously and so you need to consider what kind of table you would want to fit in, a 12 to 14 seater or a smaller one. Extending kitchen tables often provide the answer to those wanting a kitchen table with flexibility.

Each good antique table has its own look and feel. Where possible it is better to visit the showroom to actually see and feel the table before purchasing. Our showroom holds a wonderfully large collection of tables for you to choose from. Our stock is constantly changing. If you are looking for something you don’t find, then please let us know and we can try to find that particular table for you.