Other Dining Tables
We offer a wide range of finest antique dining tables, vintage tables and period style tables. Our aim here at Regent Antiques is to be able to supp…
We offer a wide range of finest antique dining tables, vintage tables and period style tables. Our aim here at Regent Antiques is to be able to supply any size or style of antique table, vintage table or contemporary period style table that our customers may need and we believe that we have achieved that aim with our extensive and varied inventory.
Visit our showrooms or browse online through the finest range of antique tables, vintage tables and period style tables made by our own team of specialist craftsmen who use traditional methods and materials to produce unique pieces that can be customised to suit your own particular requirements.
An antique table for all requirements
Many of our tables are available with extending panels that can transform them from quite small to very large as required, and matching chair sets can be supplied for most designs.
Victorian dining tables are a particular favourite with their solid structure and extensive use of solid timbers, notably mahogany. We usually have a good choice of Victorian dining tables in stock in sizes to suit all rooms and requirements. Other periods represented include Regency and the ever popular and much sought after Art Deco period.
Matching dining table and chair sets also available
We supply tables and chairs and often have matching sets available - sometimes the original chairs supplied with the table over a hundred years ago. We have our own team of restorers and upholsterers to carry out any necessary restoration work.
To see some examples of matching antique table and chair sets please click HERE.
Antique Tables - Seeing is Believing!
Although we list many of our tables on this site, there are always some which do not get listed and in order to see those we recommend that you visit our North London showroom which is open every weekday from 10am to 5pm and on occasional Saturdays.
We have a team of in-house furniture experts who will provide the information you might require and answer any questions that you might have.
Check the images before making a purchase
If you can’t make the trip, please be sure to study the gallery of photographs provided with every item listed to satisfy yourself as to the colour and style of your chosen table. It’s also an absolute must to check the dimensions of the table to make sure that it is suitable for the room you have in mind.
It’s well worth a visit to our North London showroom to appreciate just how extensive our antique dining table range really is, and we look forward to seeing you soon. The showroom is located close to the Manor House tube station which is on the Piccadilly Line and is easy to find from almost anywhere in London. There is car parking on site for those who prefer to travel by car.
Worldwide delivery service available for antique dining tables
In fact our specialist teams of packers and shippers can arrange for any of our antique tables to be safely shipped to your destination - please contact us for a shipping quotation. UK mainland shipping is free of charge.
So if you don’t live in the UK, don’t despair, you can still find the antique dining table that you are searching for. Please visit this site regularly as we are always adding newly acquired items to our inventory.
For weekly notifications of new arrivals in your categories of interest please click HERE.
Antique 8ft 6" English Jacobean Oak Refectory Dining Table 17th CenturyA large rare and fine 8ft 6" antique English Jacobean oak refectory table, late 17th Century in date. This wonderful and decorative table features a thick plank top with dowelled tenons and a beautiful chip carved decorated frieze to all sides. It is raised on turned and carved bulbous legs on wedge-shaped feet united by flat stretchers. A rare survivor, the top reputably made from ship timbers, it will stand out in your home and will definitely become a key piece in your furnishing collection. Condition: In goodcondition. As antique items, the piece shows signs of use commensurate with age, these minor condition issues are mentioned for accuracy and, as seen in the accompanying photographs, the table displays beautifully.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 80 x Width 261 x Depth 75
Dimensions in inches:
Height 2 feet, 7 inches x Width 8 feet, 7 inches x Depth 2 feet, 5 inches
Vintage Circular Extending Dining Table by Charles Barr 20th CenturyThis is a magnificent vintage cherry wood dining table by the renowned Norwich cabinet maker Charles Barr, and dating from the late 20th Century. This beautiful table is circular in shape when the leaf is removed, is made of superb cherry wood with flame mahogany crossbanding and has a leaf which can be added or removed as required to suit the occasion, and folds away inside the table top when not needed. It stands on a pedestal base, can comfortably seat eight people and is a very impressive table which is sure to contribute to successful dinner parties. Condition: In excellent condition having been beautifully cleaned and polished in our workshops, please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 78 x Width 188 x Depth 132 - Fully extended
Height 78 x Width 132 x Depth 132 - Closed
Dimensions in inches:
Height 2 feet, 7 inches x Width 6 feet, 2 inches x Depth 4 feet, 4 inches - Fully extended
Height 2 feet, 7 inches x Width 4 feet, 4 inches x Depth 4 feet, 4 inches - Closed
Antique Art Deco Dining Table Burr Walnut c.1930This lovely antique Art Deco dining table dates from 1930, crafted in burr walnut, it can comfortably seat six people. Standing on twin pedestal supports this table is crafted from lovely burr walnut. With canted corners the antique dining table has been French polished to bring out the full beauty of the burr walnut grain. Condition As the photographs demonstrate, this Art Deco dining table is in excellent condition having been beautifully restored in our own workshops. More About Burr Walnut True burr walnut comes from taking the wood from a rare growth that occurs on walnut trees where literally hundreds of tiny new branches start growing from the main trunk. However, most walnut display the swirling burr figure when cut and polished particularly in the wood taken from where the tree trunk joins the roots. This antique Art Deco dining table shows the swirling figure off to perfection in the tabletop. The figure is particularly brought out by the French polishing. More About Art Deco Art Deco started in France between 1910 and 1914, and the early incarnation of the style featured very bright colours and largely floral motifs. It was an eclectic style drawing from a range of sources including the orient, and with the growth of industrialisation and technology it embraced and incorporated features and elements denoting all that was modern. It influenced every area of design throughout the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Buildings, cars, trains, ocean liners, furniture, fashion, jewellery and all the other decorative arts incorporated its design principles, including everyday objects such as fridges and telephones. Influenced by Cubism it used geometric forms and angles as well as very bright colours and exotic materials such as ebony. In the 1920s it was associated with elegance, luxury, exuberance and faith in technological and social progress, employing the finest craftsmanship. As the era progressed, and in response to the great depression, the style became more muted with curved surfaces and designers started to use newly invented materials such as stainless steel, chrome plating and bakelite, an early form of plastic. Objects started to be mass produced and often featured highly polished surfaces. The 1930s saw the style take on the curves of aerodynamic ‘bullet’ shapes invented to reduce wind resistance and the bullet shape was used not just in moving objects such as cars and trains but also in buildings, furniture and other decorative objects. The style faded after the second world war. More Information We are always delighted to answer any queries or questions you might have about our Art Deco antique dining tables. Please email or call us quoting reference number 06906a. We can also arrange for you to view this item and our other antique dining tables at our North London warehouse. Just email or call to arrange an appointment. Shipping, Delivery and Return We can pack and ship antique dining tables to any destination worldwide. However, you will need to call for a shipping quotation before ordering the piece so we can make sure of your full requirements, and you will need to make sure someone is available to take delivery, otherwise you will be liable for re-delivery charges. We ship to all mainland UK destinations free of charge. We operate at 14-day money back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations if you are not satisfied with your purchase. Please note that you will need to return the item in its original packaging and condition for the refund. You are also liable for the return shipping costs unless you have received something that is materially different than what your ordered. You are also responsible for any customs duties or internal taxes that become due outside the European Union.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 78 x Width 93 x Depth 183
Dimensions in inches:
Height 2 feet, 7 inches x Width 3 feet, 1 inch x Depth 6 feet, 0 inches