Learn about Farmhouse Table

A general term used to describe a substantial, solid and practical kitchen table, often with one or more drawers. There are many variants in oak, elm, pine and fruitwoods. Rarely if ever polished or varnished, the top was kept scrubbed spotlessly clean. Generally rectangular in shape, the farmhouse table may have X-shaped, turned, square or tapering legs, sometimes in a different timber to the top gum, cedar and blackwood were used in Australia. The more desirable and early examples have a stretcher base. Together with the kitchen dresser, and matching chairs they will contribute to a most useful and comforting country kitchen.

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A drop-side farmhouse kitchen table, blackwood and kauri pine, circa 1880, 79 cm high, 133 cm long, extends from 80 cm wide to 130 cm

Large pine four drawer two tier bakers/farmhouse table 300 x 80 cm

A Victorian farmhouse table with sliding bread board with square tapered legs 77 cm high, 190 cm long, 90 cm wide

A scrubed pine farmhouse kitchen table 75 cm high, 150 cm wide, 90 cm deep

Antique French 17th-18th century trestle farmhouse table with a think slab oak top over a framed two sliding cupboard section standing on chamfered legs joined by a stretcher, approx 276 cm long, 66 cm deep, 78 cm high

Antique French farmhouse table, turned legs, stretcher base, single drawer, 74 cm high, 163 cm wide, 71 cm deep

French. Provincial oak farm table, legs have been extended, height 76 cm, width 224 cm, depth 90 cm. Provenance: the Estate of Julie Biber

Rustic oak dark stained farmhouse table circa 1800, approx 78 cm high, 206 cm wide, 77 cm deep

French rustic farmhouse table, chamfered square legs joined by a central stretcher, approx 77 cm high, 210 cm long, 80 cm deep

A French provincial oak and beech farm house table, probably Rouen region, Normandy, mid 18th century. 76 cm high, 191 cm wide, 76 cm deep

Modern French provincial style farm house table, painted finish, approx 77 cm high, 235 cm long, 90 cm deep

Old French solid cherry wood provincial farm house table, fitted with a single long drawer at one and a pull out bread board at the other, standing square tapering legs, approx 77 cm high, 200 cm long, 78 cm wide

Antique French farmhouse table, approx 77 cm high, 223 cm long, 82 cm deep

Antique French farm house oak table, chamfered approx 74 cm high, 195 cm wide, 70 cm deep

Antique French walnut farm house table, fitted with a thick slab top flanked by a pair of sliding front compartments, standing square legs joined by a centre stretcher, approx 80 cm high, 260 cm wide, 75 cm deep

French Louis XV cherrywood farm house table, fitted with a single drawer, approx 75 cm high, 200 cm long

A 19th century French country chestnut farmhouse side table, the thick plank top with clenched ends, single deep frieze drawer, raised on square section tapered legs, pegged construction. 227 cm x 65.5 cm x 75 cm

French Elmwood farm table, c. 1850, with exposed mortise and tenons. Height 79 cm, width 79 cm, length 169 cm

A Continental Oregon pine refectory style, farmhouse table 18th century and later. The table is pegged construction with a stretcher base, single central drawer with turned knob handles. Height 74 cm. Length 228 cm. Width

Heavy oak French farm house table with 'H' stretcher & pegged top

French 19th century farmhouse kitchen table, oak with inset marble piece on top. Later industrial castors. Height 89 cm, width 228 cm, depth 108 cm

19th century Continental farm house kitchen table. Pine with lime washed finish and two drawers and iron handles. 151 cm x 106 cm x 73 cm

Tasmanian huon pine and blackwood farm house kitchen table. Square tapering legs with a single drawer. 19th century. 204 cm 104 cm x 76 cm

A good mid-19th century French elm farmhouse table, the plank top with pull-out extension to one end, single short drawers, pegged detail and internal taper to the square section legs, good colour and patina. 199.5 cm (unextended) x 93 cm x 75 cm

Antique French farmhouse table fitted with a large single drawer at one end, approx 78 cm high, 226 cm wide

A small restored French elm farm table, 18th century and later, with a planked top above an apron with two end drawers with oval brass ring handles, chamfered square pegged legs United by an 'H' form stretcher base. Height 75 cm. Length 150 cm. Width 74 cm

A very large oak and pine top farmhouse table, French 19th century. 84 cm high, 215 cm long and 120 cm wide. Provenance. Private Collection Toorak, Melbourne

French provincial? farmhouse table approx 2.26 cm long, 83 cm wide

A Continental oak farm house table. Rectangular form with heavy plank top, on shaped end supports, each on a plinth with a square stretcher. 74 cm high, 248 cm long, 97 cm wide.

A white painted provincial farmhouse table with apron drawer. 70 cm high, 112 cm wide, 80 cm deep

A French fruitwood farmhouse table with plank top turned legs and stretcher base. 76 x 206 x 85 cm

Antique period walnut two drawer farm house table, standing large turned legs joined by stretchers, width 132 cm. Depth 77 cm

Antique 18th century Alpine farm house table, with original painted finish, length 172 cm. Height 79 cm. Depth 89 cm, circa 1780's

A fruitwood and pine rectangular farmhouse table, French, 18th/19th century. 76 cm high, 122 cm wide. 88 cm deep

Antique French farm house dining table, cinqfoil carving on legs and floral carved table top edge

A French oak farm house table, late 18th century, the rectangular thick plank top with cleated ends above a plain frieze with a small drawer to one side, raised on chamfered supports joined with an H-shaped stretcher, some restorations. Height 78 cm. Lengt

A French provincial fruitwood farmhouse table, the rectangular top constructed of three large panels above a plain frieze with a drawer to one side and raised on square legs joined by an H-stretcher, constructed from old timbers, 300 cm wide x 100 cm deep

A French provincial-style cherry wood farm-house table, by Gaudion, Melbourne, the rectangular parquetry top with cleated ends and sides raised on tapering square-section legs. Height 76 cm. Length 228 cm. Width 99 cm

A large Tasmanian farmhouse table, circa 1840, the top made of two solid planks of huon pine.

A cherry-wood rectangular farm house table, French, 18th/19th century 73 x 138 x 75 cm

An 18th century oak farm house table with plank top and bread slide on scrolled end supports each with stretcher. Height 74 cm. Length 207 cm. Depth 79 cm

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