Victorian Parlor Table – Show me that inlay baby!

Victorian Parlor Table

Meet Edgar – A stingy ol’ Victorian side table that needed some hard work to see his inner beauty. He came to me at a flea market last summer and was tucked away in my garage for a while. I am so glad to took some time to pull him out and give him a wonderful new life. This Victorian parlor table was created circa 1870.  I normally don’t like to touch antiques but I feel I did it justice. A stunningly aged looking finish to fit the style and age of the piece.

Edgar Victorian Parlor Table Circa 1870 black chalk paint wood inlay walnut rosewood uniquely grace

Now he looks like a million bucks… but he is priced at a much lower amount. LOL! I think this parlor table is one I am going to miss dearly.

– Solid walnut wood legs carved in details that are simply stunning! I mean just look at hat detail accented some distressing and antiquing.

 

Edgar Victorian Parlor Table Circa 1870 black chalk paint wood inlay walnut rosewood uniquely grace close up of legs
– Solid wood top with Rosewood Inlays, all were hidden by thick aged poly, wax and sealers. When I bought this table I didn’t even notice the inlay. I just loved the shape and it’s legs. This was a wonderful surprise on this Victorian Parlor Table.

Edgar Victorian Parlor Table Circa 1870 black chalk paint wood inlay walnut rosewood uniquely grace top
– Beautifully routed edges, such craftsmanship!

Edgar Victorian Parlor Table Circa 1870 black chalk paint wood inlay walnut rosewood uniquely grace close up of top
– Black base with exposed wood distressing and a Hazelnut antiquing adding depth and an aged finish to match the piece.
– Victorian furniture was created in the mid/late 1800’s, circa 1870. This parlor table is a rare and handsome find.
– Refinished with all non toxic and VOC free products.

Edgar Victorian Parlor Table Circa 1870 black chalk paint wood inlay walnut rosewood uniquely grace collage

Thank you so much for your time I hope you love this piece as much as I do.

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