We love all of our pieces, of course, but this one is really special. Estimated to be 140 years old (give or take a decade), this oak parlor table is a rare find because it retains its original glass-ball-and-claw feet with a "gargoyle" or "Old Man Winter" motif. (Yes, there are faces on the feet of this table!) Painted a stunning cranberry red to accentuate its delicate scalloped apron and barley twist legs, this table is certain to be a conversation starter! [Due to its age and construction this table is quite delicate, therefore we do not recommend using it to display heavy lamps or other objects.]

Late Victorian Parlor Table with Glass Ball Feet

  • This table was a local find. Its exact origins are unknown, but the style and construction place it in the late Victorian period (approximately 1880s). It was manufactured by B.J. Co. of Jamestown, NY