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Americana Furniture and Interiors
Pre-owned Kittinger Furniture, Kindel Furniture, Baker Furniture and Saybolt-Cleland Furniture

Reference Sold Items: Tables

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CW 20 WILLIAMSBURG TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This small but distinctive Hepplewhite table is a reproduction of an American antique, circa 1760. Its serpentine top tilts up to form a diamond and can fit easily into any corner.

Height 27 1/4″; Top 19 1/2″ X 19 1/2″.

SCALLOPED TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

Derived from a Massachusetts antique, this vintage Kittinger table, circa 1940, is crafted from choice solid mahagony. The beautifully scalloped top can support larger lighting while lending a sense of grace to any room setting.

Height 28″; Top 21 1/4″ Square;.

CW 69 WILLIAMSBURG SQUARE TEA TABLE BY KITTINGER

The flowing lines of this tilt-top table are taken from an English original, circa 1760. This table is distinguished by a finely carved pedestal and delicate tripod base and makes a beautiful addition to any room setting.

Height 26 3/4″; Top 25 5/8″ square.

83-814 WINTERTHUR PIECRUST TEA TABLE
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This magnificent reproduction of a Philadelphia Rococo tea table, circa 1770, is made of richly figured mahogany. This table features fine hand carving with acanthus leaves on the cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet, fluting on the shaft and a raised scallop edge. The bird cage under the top allows the table to rotate freely or to tilt to an upright position as shown.

Height 28 1/4″; Diameter 34 3/4″.

CW 24 WILLIAMSBURG PIECRUST TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This exceedingly rare tilt-top table is the finest reproduction piecrust table ever made for the Williamsburg Reproduction Collection. The original antique, dating to 1760, was owned by the family of Chief Justice John Marshall and is now on display in the Masterworks Gallery in Colonial Williamsburg. As in the original, this table's meticulously carved and crafted piecrust top is made from a one piece, 1 1/2 inch thick plank of solid Brazilian mahogany. Even more remarkable is the execution of the superb pedestal base with its bird cage mechanism that allows for the highly functional turning and tilting of the table. The turned shaft and tripod legs, hand-shaped from single pieces of mahogany, terminate in robust ball and talon feet which are dovetailed into the center post, adding to the overall structural integrity. No detail in the reproduction of this table was overlooked making it the benchmark for which all other piecrust tables are judged and making this table an Icon for the collector.

Height 29 1/2″; Diameter 37 1/2″.

CW 88 WILLIAMSBURG PIECRUST TABLE BY KITTINGER

This extremely rare Williamsburg reproduction was copied from a superlative tilt-top, bird-cage table in the Governor's Palace. The original table is English and dates to 1750. The finely carved piecrust top is made of a single board of solid mahogany and is supported by a stop-fluted central shaft resting on a tripod base with acanthus carved knees and finely detailed hairy paw feet. This table was only produced by Kittinger for a short period during the 1940's.

Height 28″; Diameter 30 1/4″.

A284 PIECRUST TABLE BY KITTINGER

This elegant, mahogany tilt-top table is a reproduction of a late 18th Century antique. It is distinguished by the piecrust on its top, gracefully turned shaft with fluting and decorated urn, and cabriole legs with vigorous acanthus carving on the knees terminating in ball and claw feet. This table is an exceptional example of a most sought after form.

Height 29″; Diameter 31 3/4″.

OD953 OLD DOMINION PIECRUST TABLE
BY KITTINGER

This wonderful reproduction of a Rococo mahogany tilt-top table is one of the most sought after tables made by Kittinger. A copy of a late 18th Century antique, this table is distinguished by the piecrust on its revolving tilt-top, attached at the stem with bird-cage construction, a gracefully turned shaft resting on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. This table is in the Kittinger's light heirloom finish.

Height 29 7/8″; Diameter 32″.

CW 70 WILLIAMSBURG TEA TABLE BY KITTINGER

This reproduction is one of the finest examples of a tilt-top, bird-cage table. The original piece is American and dates to 1775. With a revolving top, this table was often used as a tea table during the colonial era. Its graceful turnings, curved legs and claw and ball feet, make it a spectacular addition to any room setting.

Height 28 3/4″; Diameter 34 3/4″.

HN 6 HISTORIC NEWPORT TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This table, copied from a Rhode Island piece, circa 1780, is very much influenced by Townsend-Goddard with its spiral fluted urn. The revolving bird-cage enables the top to be tilted to a vertical position.

Height 28″; Diameter 28 1/4″.

CW 135 WILLIAMSBURG OVAL TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This table dates to the late 18th Century with its tripod legs that terminate in a spade foot. This table works well along side a sofa or chair where maximum table surface area is required in a limited space.

Height 27 1/2″; Width 17 3/4″; Depth 26″.

CW 316 WILLIAMSBURG TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This Sheraton style tilt-top table is a reproduction of a New York antique dating to 1800. It is made of beautifully grained mahogany and features a wonderful scalloped top and turned pedestal distinguished by a fluted classical urn at the base.

Height 26 3/4″; Width 18 3/4″; Depth 18 1/2″.

T244 SCALLOPED TILT-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER

This wonderful Queen Anne style reproduction tilt-top table was taken from a Massachusetts antique. It is not only beautiful, featuring a fully developed scalloped top, but very stable with four cabriole legs. It can serve a multitude of functions, such as a breakfast room table or a card table, comfortable seating four, and can be stored upright when not in use.

Height 28″ open, 46 1/2″ upright; Width 33 3/4″.

CW 161 WILLIAMSBURG REVOLVING BOOK TABLE BY KITTINGER

This eminently beautiful and useful revolving book table is perfect in the library, den or office. Copied from an English antique, circa 1750, it is made of figured mahogany and provides ample storage space for books as well as for a lamp on top. It is supported by a robust turned shaft that rests on cabriole legs terminating in pad feets with brass casters for ease of movement.

Height 29 1/2″; Accross Flat Sides of Top 25 1/2″.

T726 LIBRARY STEPTABLE BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of an English library steptable is made of solid mahogany and has four graduated tiers with bamboo style turnings on the pole topped by a cast brass ball. This beautiful table can serve a multitude of functions and is a wonderful accent piece in any room setting.

Height 60″; Width 25 5/8″; Depth 17 3/4″.

T736 TABLE/READING STAND BY KITTINGER

This solid mahogany table features a faux front drawer, gracefully turned shaft and cabriole legs resting on pad feet. This piece serves a multitude of uses. It can be used as a table to hold a lamp. With its top angled up, it reveals ample storage for books and can be used as a reading stand. When raised to its maximum height of 40 inches, it can also serve as a lectern.

Height at Rest 31″; Height when Fully Extended 40″; Width 24″; Depth 16 1/2″.

WINTERTHUR FEDERAL CONSOLE TABLE
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This masterpiece reproduction of a South Carolina Hepplewhite style console table, circa 1790-1810, captures all the beauty of the original Winterthur Collection antique. Made of figurative grained mahogany, this table has elaborte decorative use of satinwood and boxwood inlays accross the apron and cascading down its gracefully tapered legs. This console table has a generously sized top and drawer with a brass rosette drawer pull making it both very practicle and the perfect statement for a center hall or dining room.

Height 33 1/4″; Width 52 1/2″; Depth 25 1/3″.

D1804 CONSOLE TABLE BY KITTINGER

Derived from an English antique, this mahogany Hepplewhite console table has elaborate use of inlays. There are satinwood inlays to the center of the top, the apron and top are edged in maple and ebony inlays and there are cascading florals to the fronts of the legs. This table is the perfect statement for a center hall.

Height 33″; Width 68″; Depth 19″.

D1814 CONSOLE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This mahogany Hepplewhite console table, copied from an English antique dating to 1810, features elaborate use of inlays. The apron and top are edged in boxwood and ebony inlays and there are beautiful cascading florals to the fronts of the legs. Its spectacular craftmanship and design make this table the perfect statement for a center hall.

Height 33″; Width 51″; Depth 16″.

T509 CONSOLE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This Hepplewhite style console table is adapted from an English antique. Its diminutive size makes it well suited as a hall table where space is a consideration. This table features a delicate thumb-molded edge top, holly string inlay framing the drawer front and gracefully tapering cuffed legs.

Height 32 1/4″; Width 38″; Depth 12″.

T515 CONSOLE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This mahogany Hepplewhite style console table is copied from an English antique. Featuring a beautiful scallop apron, tapered legs and bottom storage shelf, the Neoclassic design of this table make it perfect for various room settings and especially lovely in a hallway.

Height 33″; Width 40″; Depth 13″.

JOHN TOWNSEND NEWPORT TEA TABLE
BY BAKER FURNITURE CO.

Almost identical to the original Nicholas Brown example which sold for a record price of $8.4 million, this scarce and seldom seen Baker Furniture Company reproduction of John Townsend's tea table is one of the premier designs in all Newport furniture. With its lovely tray top featuring a vigorously sculptured apron, this table rests on long, gracefully carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet.

Height 27 1/2″; Length 33″; Width 19 1/2″.

BAKER BUTLER PARTY TABLE
BY BAKER FURNTIURE CO.

Adapted from a very unique late 18th Century English butler's table, this table offers both beauty and versatility like none other. It is fine furniture that makes a great addition to any room either fully opened or folded to tray size as shown. Click on photo to see the table fully opened. The center tray and legs are removable and the sides fold for convenient storage. This is the ultimate butler table for entertaining whether indoors or out.

Height 29″; Top Closed 29 1/2″ X 21 1/2″; Top Open 89″ X 21 1/2″.

T363 BUTLER TRAY TABLE BY KITTINGER

This mahogany table is considered one of the best examples found in the marketplace with excellent proportions and attention to detail, most notable, the rolled edges of the drop sides and open fret brackets at the corner of the legs.

Height 18 1/2″; Top Closed 32 1/2″ X 20 1/2″; Top Open 43″ X 31″.

T399 BUTLER TABLE BY KITTINGER

The design of this butler table is derived from Kittinger's renowned T363 butler table and possesses all of the expert craftsmanship and refinement on a larger scale to accommodate more spacious room settings. Fashioned from mahogany, this table features chamfered edges on the drop sides and an H-shaped stretcher base enhancing both the style and stability of this table.

Height 18 1/2″; Top Closed 41″ X 26 1/2″; Top Open 52″ X 37 1/2″.

T377 COFFEE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This extremely decorative table has a beautiful cathedral grained mahogany top with a scalloped border resting on ebonized bamboo style legs and matching cross-stretcher base.

Height 18″; Width 30″; Length 42″.

WA1042 WILLIAMSBURG COFFEE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This is an adaptation of a late 18th Century butler's table fashioned in mahogany.

Height 21 1/2″; Width 27 3/4″; Depth 21 3/4″.

WF1233/WA1033 WILLIAMSBURG COFFEE TABLE BY KITTINGER

This mahogany table, which features Baroque cabriole legs and finely turned stretchers, is perfect for the modern lifestyle.

Height 17 1/4″; Width 22 1/2″; Length 46″.

WF1235/WA1035 WILLIAMSBURG DROP-LEAF COFFEE TABLE BY KITTINGER

Adapted from a taller, Rococo style American breakfast table, circa 1760-1780, this table with its clean lines, cross stretchers, squared legs and pierced side brackets makes a perfect addition to a family room.

Height 18 3/4″; Width 35″ open and 20 1/8″ closed; Length 42″.

HEPPLEWHITE INLAID COFFEE TABLE BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This exceptional mahogany oval table of diminutive proportions features a cross-banded boarder with ebony string inlay and graceful tapered legs with a cross-stretcher. Its superior scale allows for limitless uses.

Height 19″; Width 30″; Depth 24 1/4″.

T158 TABLE BY KITTINGER

This elegant mahogany table features an inset satinwood panel in the center of the top, brass handles and cock-beaded scalloped boarder. It can be used as a tea table or occassional table in various room settings.

Height 22″; Width 24″; Depth 17 1/2″.

HISTORIC CHARLESTON BOUILLOTTE TABLE
BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY

This reproduction of an American Neoclassic style bouillotte table is derived from a French antique. The word "Bouillotte" refers to the French game of cards. This table is fashioned of mahogany with a cross-banded top. The apron of this table features lovely satinwood inlays with leaves and swags and ovals on the legs. Incorporated into the apron are two decorative drawers and two slides. This table rests on gracefully tapered legs terminating in polished brass casters. In an "As New" state of preservation, this table provides multiple uses.

Height 25″; Diameter 25 1/2″.

77-865 ELLIPTICAL TABLE BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

The top of this Regency style cocktail table is figured mahogany veneer framed with cross-banded prima vera veneer. The turned shaft is solid mahogany with four acanthus leaf decorated legs terminating in brass casters for ease of mobility.

Height 18 1/2″; Width 48″; Depth 30″.

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