Furnishings produced during the Georgian era (1714 to 1830) were defined by delicacy, elegance, and fine proportions. Using some of the same techniques as the Adam brothers, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, and other furniture makers that thrived at this time, our talented team of craftsmen carve, sand, and finish each Georgian console table by hand using the finest plantation-grown Honduran mahogany. This charming antique reproduction will add a sense of refinement and grace to any room in your home, especially when used as a focal point in the entryway or living room.
At the height of the Georgian era, mahogany replaced walnut as the preferred wood for furniture making. Honduran mahogany boasts a beautiful brown hue that tends to darken over time and a pleasing straight grain that is fairly free of defects or knots. All of the warmth and extravagance of this wood is accentuated by our signature satin semi-gloss finish. In keeping with tradition, we incorporated the sunburst, the acanthus leaf, and low relief work into this Georgian console as well as fluted legs that terminate to squared feet.
Best of all, our Georgian hall table can be customized to suit your particular set of needs. With the help of our custom design team, you can turn your vision into a reality and design a piece that’s as utterly unique as your home.
Create a one-of-a-kind table to complement your existing decors:
- We offer cherry, oak, pine, rosewood, walnut, and other wood finishes
- We can add an antiqued or distressed finish to give your table an old-world look
- We can even reproduce antique styles through photographs, dimensions, and other details
This Georgian console table would look even more distinctive with one of our hand-carved mahogany mirrors. We also offer alternative Georgian console sizes to fit any space. If you would like to learn more about customizing our Georgian hall table, please feel free to contact us by calling today or completing our online form.