We stock 1900s Gustavian dining tables in a variety of lengths while our Biedermeier dining tables tend to be 256-400cm long. We offer a full repainting service and can also make you a bespoke Gustavian dining table to your dimensions if you prefer. Prices start at around £1000 so please call/email us for prices quoting the SKU number for a quote.
Antique Swedish Dining Tables
Gustavian dining tables are as popular as ever - their classic timeless stytle and solid construction makes them a firm favorite amongst interior design fans and designers. Unlike modern dining tables that vary so much in condtruction and finish, antique dining tables create a unique feel - especially extendable gustavian dining tables.
Because of the design and the decoration they feature, these antique dining tables can fit both traditional and supra modern dining rooms with equal aplomb. Repaint them in matte black with a high lacquer finish ro crazy neon pink and they will be fit to grace any modern apartment while using a traditional chalky paint and colour will enhance the sense of heritgae and history.
The antique and 1900s Gustavian and Biedermeier dining tables we have in stock are extendable with between 1-4 leaves that you can add to increase the table length when you need it or leave them set up as you prefer. Most Gustavian dining tables are approx 110-140cm unextended seating a comfortable 4 but some can go up to 4m with extra extension leaves seating 16-18 people. We prefer the early 1900s Gustavian dining tbales as they have a structural solidity that isn't found in the earlier 1800s tables. Certainly the earlier tables are very pretty but they are really for show whereas the later tables will take anything you throw at them while retaining the classic design sensibility that draws Gustavian table lovers to these tables.
You find one of 3 types of decoration usually on a Gustavian extendable dining table. Either egg and dart carved friezes on rarer models, gustavian ribbed decoration on others and sometimes just a plain side. Legs may be either fluted and tapered with a rosette detailing at the top of the leg or more rarely a tapered pyramid leg. Its interesting to note too that on these original tables, you dont get the side friezes or decoration on teh extra add on leaves - only on the main table itself.
Also very rarely you especially in teh early 1900s you find extendable dining tables finished in a natural birch or mahogany veneer in a french polish finish rather than the traditional painted finish.
We can provide mixed and original sets of gustavian, biedermeier and art deco dining chairs to go with them as well as sideboards & buffets. If you are looking for something extra special or have a specific size or look in mind, we can also hand make you a bespoke dining table in our specialist workshop too to meet your exact requirements.