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Antique Dining Tables

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19th Century Rare Two Plank Walnut Farmhouse Table

POA Ref 445

Antique Oak French Farmhouse Table

£2,800 Ref 448

19th Century Oval Cherry

£4,800 Ref 434

19th Century Rare Wide Antique Walnut Table

£4,000 Ref 449

Antique Ash farmhouse table with stretcher

£3,100 Ref 447

Large Antique Pale Oak Farmhouse Table

£4,800 Ref 443

Large Pale Beech Farmhouse Table With H End Stretcher

£6,000 Ref 432

Large Antique Twin Plank Alpine Trestle Table

£4,500 Ref GSS

Antique Cherry Double Draw leaf Table

£4,800 Ref 428

Antique Trestle Table With Two Half Moon Leaves

£2,500 Ref 440

Large bleached oak farmhouse table

£3,400 Ref 425

Late 19th Century Elm Thick Top Farmhouse Table

£4,500 Ref 427

19th Century Oak Rustic Large Farmhouse Table

£4,600 Ref 422

Live Edge Elm Table

£1,350 Ref Grk14

Early 19th Century Wide Cherry Farmhouse Table

£2,600 Ref 408

Oval Fruitwood Farmhouse Table

£4,800 Ref 417

Large wide Pale Elm Farmhouse Table

£5,400 Ref 393

18th Century French Oak Three Door Enfilade Or Sideboard


19th Century Cherry two drawer desk

£1,500 Ref 395

19th Century Large Elm Farmhouse Table

£6,500 Ref 344

19th Century Cherry Dining Table with Bread slide and one Drawer

£2,850 Ref 379

19th Century Cherry Dining Table With Slide

£3,300 Ref 268

Two plank Antique Dining Table

£2,850 Ref 300

Large Maple Dining table

£4,500 Ref 1000

Antique Oak & Walnut Server


Cherry Antique Desk/Lamp Table


18th Century Three drawer Cherry antique cabriole leg server

£2,400 Ref 122

Antique Two Drawer Oak and Chestnut Server

£2,200 Ref G03

19th Century Large Farmhouse Table

£7,000 SOLD Ref 437

19th Century Pale Cherry

£3,300 SOLD Ref 446

Early 19th Century Cherry Farmhouse Table

£4,000 SOLD Ref 435

Antique Elm Farmhouse Table

£2,600 SOLD Ref 436

Large Oak Three Plank Top Farmhouse Table

£4,500 SOLD Ref 426

18th Century Oak Farmhouse Table

£3,900 SOLD Ref 423

Late 19th century elm Farmhouse Table

£3,800 SOLD Ref 413

Late 19th Century Wide Elm Square Legged End Stretcher Farmhouse Table

£3,800 SOLD Ref 420

19th Century Large Farmhouse Table

£4,300 SOLD Ref 421

Wide 19th Century Oak Tapered Leg Farmhouse Table

£3,800 SOLD Ref 411

19th Century Pale Wide Cherry Dining table

£2,600 SOLD Ref 410

19th Century Elm Farmhouse Table

£4,500 SOLD Ref 406

19th Century Cherry Double Extending Table

£4,700 SOLD Ref 404

Vintage Burr Elm Farmhouse Table

£4,800 SOLD Ref 402

19th Century Oak Server

£2,700 SOLD Ref 382

Large Thick Top Rustic Elm Antique Table

£4,500 SOLD Ref 394

Cherry Refectory Dining Table

£3,100 SOLD Ref MW12

18th Century English Oak Refectory Table

£11,000 SOLD Ref 392

Large Oak Vintage Refectory Dining Table

£5,600 SOLD Ref 381

Large Pale Elm French Farmhouse Table With Drawer

£3,800 SOLD Ref 385

Ash Antique Table With One Drawer

£2,800 SOLD Ref 354

Oak Antique French Farmhouse Table

£2,500 SOLD Ref 364

19th Century Three drawer oak table

£4,800 SOLD Ref 297

Light elm wood farmhouse table

£2,700 SOLD Ref 2

Farmhouse Pale Applewood Dining Table

£1,900 SOLD Ref 305

18th Century style x-frame wide farmhouse table

£3,500 SOLD Ref 002

Cherry antique French farmhouse table

£1,900 SOLD Ref 209

Cherry French Farmhouse Table

£3,500 SOLD Ref 9

Antique French Server

£2,200 SOLD

Antique Dark 3 Plank Oak Table

£2,800 SOLD

Oval Country Drop Leaf Table

£2,600 SOLD Ref 973

French Cherry extending farmhouse table

£4,200 SOLD Ref 414

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.