#NorthcliffAntiques #Lounge Furniture large Tambotie wood gate-leg table with baluster turned legs joined by stretchers. This beautiful, rich reddish brown wood is incredibly heavy. Endangered in South Africa, it has been said by a certain Prof. Otto to have been traditionally used in the making of huts because ants won't eat the frame. #Johannesburg #SouthAfrica #Furniture
Victorian table Wood: Mahogany, Legs: Cabriole legs with padded feet. This Victorian table is extendable allowing one to adjust it accordingly.
Custom built table with natural wood top turned black enamel legs RPT#3 www.northcliffantiques.com #Furniture #Tables #HandMadeFurniture #Johannesburg #CustomBuilt
#NorthcliffAntiques Barley twist or barley-sugar twist is a type of turning in which the wood is shaped in a spiral and was frequently used on legs (as pictured) of various items and was particularly popular during the 17th century. References: 'Know your antiques,' by Tim Forrest and 'Antiques Encyclopedia,' edited by Judith Miller
Cross-leg table made to size from reclaimed wood with a natural finish; it looks raw but is sealed against red wine and it's only vice.
Large round tables from earlier periods are much rarer but tilt top tables are obtainable; the latter's name describes the fact that the table's top folds so that it's upright and may be stored with little trouble.
Details: two drawers above three cupboards with flower drop handles. The back piece has carved flower details. Dimensions: 152 x cm.
Sideboard details: Top piece- three cupboards with a cornice on top. Bottom piece- molding, two drawers with brass handles and below there are two wooden frame designs with pillars on either side.
Details: Regency style chairs with sabre legs and drop in upholstered seats. Part of a set of eight, with two armchairs. Back: Sheraton square.
Mahogany dining room table and chairs. This is a set of 10 Victorian chairs with sabre back legs and front baluster legs. The table has a D-shaped top with gadrooned craved legs.