Farmhouse Tables

Historically accurate farm tables made from all antique materials -  handmade, no stains, all original patina, pegged,  mortise and tenon joinery. Much character and perhaps the best farm table available. One piece, one time at a time. 

While today many of us live in densely populated urban centers, there was a time when almost all of us lived in a rural farm setting.  There were literally hundreds of thousands of farms ranging from the splendor of Mount Vernon all the way to small subsistence farms of the South and the Mid West. 

The one common element between them was they all had a table of where the daily meals were prepared. The wealthiest may have dined on finely made French and English furniture but somewhere vegetables were chopped, meat cleaved and bowls of ingredients mixed and molded into a meal.  This was done on a farm table.

The one common element between them was they all had a table of where the daily meals were prepared. The wealthiest may have dined on finely made French and English furniture but somewhere vegetables were chopped, meat cleaved and bowls of ingredients mixed and molded into a meal.  This was done on a farm table.

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Don’t worry about the horse being blind just, load the wagon.

If a farmer intends to loaf all day, 

he is up early to get a good start.

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