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8838 WILLIAMSBURG DINING TABLE
CW177-SERIAL 1 WILLIAMSBURG DINING TABLE
CW 66-2 WILLIAMSBURG DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This solid mahogany table is a reproduction of a late 18th Century English antique. It is available with one or two 24" leaves for seating of up to eight or ten, respectively.
Height 28 1/2″; Width 48″; Length 66 1/2″ with One or Two Leaves extends to 90 1/2″ and 114 1/2″.
CW65-CW66 48" WILLIAMSBURG TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE
CW65-CW66 57" WILLIAMSBURG TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE
D1601 DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
One of the finest dining tables made by Kittinger, this magnificant Regency style table is made of beautifully figured mahogany and features a yew wood banded top. It has double pedestals with four out-swept legs on casters providing comfort and stability. This table comes with two, 18" leaves.
Height 29 1/2″; Width 48″; Length 78″ with Two Leaves 114″.
WA1043-WA1044 WILLIAMSBURG TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE
OD400 OLD DOMINION DROP-LEAF TABLE
CW 117 WILLIAMSBURG DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
"Outstanding" best describes this, circa 1730, reproduction oval gateleg table of robust proportions. It features graceful cabriole legs with superior shell carved knees. With both leaves open, this table easily accommodates six.
Height 29″; Width 58″; Length 24″ closed, 70″ open.
D1021 DROP-LEAF OVAL DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This reproduction of an outstanding late Chippendale style oval drop-leaf dining table by Kittinger replicates an English antique dating to 1765-1780. Made of exceptionally fine solid mahogany, with a single board top and Marlborough legs, when opened this table can easily accomodate eight and for flexibility can fold down to 19 1/2 inches. With its clean and simple lines, this table is perfect for today's lifestyle whether used in a formal dining room or for a less formal setting in a breakfast or family room. CLICK ENLARGEMENT PHOTO to see table fully opened.
Height 29″; Length 78″; Width 60″ open and 19 1/2″ closed.
HN 25 HISTORIC NEWPORT DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This outstanding drop-leaf table from the Kittinger Historic Newport Collection is a faithful reproduction of a Federal style antique dating to 1790. Made of beautifully grained mahogany, with a single board top and leaves, this table features some of the most ambitious use of boxwood string inlay found on the legs, apron, top and edge. This table is perfect for a breakfast room or for intimate dining.
Height 29 1/4″; Width 46 1/2″; Length 52 3/4″ open and 17 1/2″ closed.
AP110 WILLIAMSBURG CHILD'S TABLE BY DON WORKS
This rare Colonial Williamsburg reproduction child's table was made by the celebrated Don Works who hand crafted the much admired and sought after early Williamsburg wooden accessories, prior to their manufacture by Virginia Metalcrafters. Adapted from a late 18th Century dining table used in the Raleigh Tavern, this table was executed with great fidelity to colonial detail. The premium old growth mahogany used in this table add to its visual appeal and its substantial weight and stability. This table makes an ideal coffee table. In fact, it is featured used as a coffee table in front of a CW23 sofa on the cover of the 1958 Williamsburg Craft House Book. Made in 1955, this table is in outstanding, all original condition. Whether used as a coffee table or as that special gift for a grandchild, this very rare table is a true collector's piece.
Height 19 3/4″; Width 23″; Length 35 3/4″ open and 13 1/2″ closed.
WA1026 WILLIAMSBURG DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This Hepplewhite table is adapted from an original English table, circa 1790, with the addition of two legs for strength and stability. With its drop-leafs, it is the perfect answer for today's smaller dining room settings.
Height 29 1/2″; Width 48″; Length 76″ open and 28″ closed.
WA1022 WILLIAMSBURG DROP-LEAF TABLE BY KITTINGER
This handsome Queen Anne style drop-leaf dining table was inspired by a Virginia antique. Its mid-size makes it perfect for a small dining area or breakfast room, and when not in use, it can be closed to conveniently store against a wall or behind a sofa.
Height 29 1/2″; Width 42 3/4″; Length 43″ open and 16 1/2″ closed.
CW155 WILLIAMSBURG SERVING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This Queen Anne marble-top table is a reproduction of an American antique dating to 1745. It features graceful cabriole legs on trifid feet and delicate shell carving on the apron and front knees.
Height 27 1/2″; Depth 24″; Length 52 1/8″.
COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG TAVERN TABLE
WA1045 COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG CARD TABLE
CW 10 WILLIAMSBURG DECANTER STAND/TABLE
CW 25 WILLIAMSBURG TIER TABLE BY KITTINGER
Also referred to as a "dumb waiter", this three tier table achieves distinction through its proportions and sturdy but delicate design. It is a copy of an English antique, circa 1760.
Height 40″; Diameter 23 3/4 24″.
CW 29 WILLIAMSBURG SEWING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This extremely rare sewing table from the Williamsburg Reproduction Program was last produced in the early 1940's and is an exact copy of a late 18th Century English antique originally housed in the Raleigh Tavern. This mahogany table is supported by a delicate yet sturdy quadruped pedestal for balance and is distinguished by the beautiful reeding of the pedestal, legs, and sides of the top. The table has a deep drawer with applied cockbead molding and a matching faux drawer front at the opposite end allowing for open space use.
Height 28″; Depth 20″; Width 26 1/4″ open and 13″ closed.
HISTORIC CHARLESTON FEDERAL TABLE
CW 311 WILLIAMSBURG FEDERAL TABLE BY KITTINGER
This exceptionally fine example from the Williamsburg Federal Collection is copied from a sewing/worktable made by expert cabinetmaker Matthew Egerton, Jr. of New Brunswick, New Jersey, circa 1800. This table is made of beautiful flame grain mahogany with string inlay around the top, legs and drawer fronts. Quite unusual is the fact that the string inlay is carried around to the rear of the table as well allowing the piece to be used in the center of a room not just up against a wall. The concave front and tapered legs add to the visually light appearance of this table. Elegant brasses enhance the two locking drawer fronts with the top drawer partioned for small item storage.
Height 28 1/2″; Depth 19 5/8″; Width 19″.
T243-1 WILLIAMSBURG FEDERAL TABLE BY KITTINGER
This table's wonderful scale and proportion is derived from a Federal sewing/worktable dating to 1800. Made of beautifully grained mahogany, this exceedingly practical table has one large, deep drawer with a cock-beaded two drawer faux front. This design gives an overall visual lightness to this table. Additionally, there is a finely molded bottom shelf and gracefully tapered legs resting on brass castors for ease of mobility. This is the perfect accent piece when used as an end table.
Height 26″; Depth 18″; Width 19″.
CW 312 WILLIAMSBURG DESK TABLE BY KITTINGER
Timeless in its beauty, this reproduction Hepplewhite desk table offers endless decorating possibilities. As in the antique made by noted Baltimore cabinetmaker John Needle, circa 1810, this piece is finely detailed with holly inlay against a figured mahogany ground. Originally made for use as a dressing table for the bedroom, today this piece can also serve as a desk or small sideboard.
Height 36 5/8″; Width 37 1/4″; Depth 19 1/2″.
CW 27 WILLIAMSBURG PEMBROKE TABLE BY KITTINGER
Faithfully reproduced from the original Southern antique, circa 1790, this Hepplewhite style pembroke table is the finest of its type made for the Williamsburg Reproduction Program. Handsomely proportioned, this table features white holly string inlay on its beautifully tapered legs and surrounding the drawer apron, a deep drawer and finely shaped oval top. Perfect adjoining a sofa or chair when closed, this table can be used for intimate dining or as a games table when opened.
Height 28 1/4″; Depth 33″; Width 46 3/4″ open and 22″ closed.
CW 160 WILLIAMSBURG PEMBROKE TABLE BY KITTINGER
This fine reproduction of an American Rococo style drop-leaf table, circa 1770, is multi-functional. It can be used as an end table when closed and as a small dining table or card table when open. Made of mahagony, it features clean lines highlighted by an openwork stretcher.
Height 28 1/2″; Depth 30 1/4″; Width 40 3/4″ open and 20 1/4″ closed.
WF1206/WA1006 WILLIAMSBURG PEMBROKE TABLE BY KITTINGER
This classic Hepplewhite design pembroke table is copied from a late 18th Century American antique. Beautifully proportioned, this table with its clean lines features molding around the drawer and leaves and gracefully tapered legs. Traditionally used flanking a sofa or wing chair, this table can also be used as a game table.
Height 28″; Depth 29 3/4″; Width 39″ open and 20 3/4″ closed.
T204 PHILADELPHIA ROCOCO PEMBROKE TABLE BY KITTINGER
This exceptionally fine Kittinger Rococo style pembroke table derives its form from a Philadelphia example, circa 1770. Some of the finer points of this table are its one-board solid mahogany top, open fretwork brackets both front and rear, a deep drawer with applied cockbead molding and a matching faux drawer front at the opposite end allowing for open space use. When fully opened, this table can be used for intimate dining or as a games table.
Height 28 1/2″; Depth 31 3/4″; Width 38 1/2″ open and 21″ closed.
T935 PEMBROKE TABLE BY KITTINGER
Few tables by Kittinger, such as this rare masterpiece, come to the market. The artistry and expert crafting of this reproduction late 18th Century pembroke table are unrivaled. There is an extensive use of exotic wood inlays including: the top with oval inlay of satinwood and ebony in a field of crotch mahogany; rosewood boarder and edging; and satinwood locking drawer cross-banded in rosewood with maple and ebony inlay. This table is further enhanced by its beautifully scalloped leaves banded in rosewood, the drawer with its delicate sand-cast drop pulls and legs resting on brass casters. This table will surely be a focal point in any room setting.
Height 27 1/2″; Depth 27″; Width 38 1/2″ open and 19 1/4″ closed.
LAMBERT PEMBROKE TABLE BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND
Reproduced from an English Rococo antique, circa 1770, this pembroke table features inside chamfered legs for lightness in appearance resting on brass casters and an open fretwork crossed stretcher for beauty and stability. Also noteworthy are the double supports for each leaf. This table is not only beautiful but highly functional and can be used in numerous room settings whether as a gaming table or as a small dining table.
Height 28″; Depth 29 1/2″; Width 42 1/2″ open and 23 3/4″ closed.
CW 313 WILLIAMSBURG NEST OF TABLES BY KITTINGER
As in the English originals from the Federal period, the tops of these four tables are made of highly-figured rosewood. Perfect for use in entertaining or next to seating, these tables are easily portable and can be neatly stacked.
Set Height 29 3/8″; Set Length 23 1/16″; Set Depth 13″.
CW 3 WILLIAMSBURG CARD TABLE BY KITTINGER
This graceful table, with its thumb-print molding on the flap-top edge, is a mahogany reproduction of an American card table, circa 1770. It is particularly attractive with the flap-top up.
Height 28 3/4″; Length 30 1/4″; Depth 15 3/4″ closed and 31 1/2″ open.
CW 84 WILLIAMSBURG GAME TABLE BY KITTINGER
This Pembroke gaming table, copied from the English original, circa 1800, has an identical front and back with the locking lower drawer opening from one side only and sits on brass casters for easy mobility. When not in use as a gaming table, the top and sides feature a beautiful mahogany field with rosewood banding and boxwood inlay. When reversed, the top reveals an inlaid maple and walnut checkerboard. When the top is completely removed, a gold tooled red and black leather backgammon board is revealed.
Height 28 1/4″; Length 28″; Depth 23″ closed and 41 1/2″ open.
CW 150 WILLIAMSBURG CARD TABLE BY KITTINGER
This superbly crafted table is an exact reproduction of a mid-18th Century Queen Anne gaming table. An extremely versatile piece, it can be used with its flap top up against a wall or fully open resting on its fifth leg.
Height 30 1/2″; Width 31″; Depth 15″ closed, 30″ open.
CW 156 WILLIAMSBURG CARD TABLE BY KITTINGER
This elegant and distinctive card table with its half-round design is a reproduction of a circa 1735 English antique. It features beautiful curvilinear scrolled knee brackets and exotic ball and claw feet. Its design enables it to be folded and pushed against the wall when not in use. This table makes a welcome addition to any room or hall.
Height 28 3/4″; Width 32 3/4″; Depth 16 1/4″ closed, 32 1/4″ open.
CW 318 WILLIAMSBURG GAME TABLE BY KITTINGER
The neoclassic style of this card or gaming table is based on an 1810 Massachusetts original from the Coke-Garrett House in Colonial Williamsburg. This expertly crafted table, faithful to the original, features the elaborate use of cross-banded veneers and inlays including elaborate top edging with satinwood and ebony inlays and ebony and holly inlays on the top of the legs and aprons. This table has a wonderful lightness while a strength of overall construction. It rests firmly on shaped reeded legs terminating in high, delicately turned feet. It should be noted that this table is large enough when opened to be used for intimate dining or as a game table. When closed, it can be used as a console table or against a wall with the top up. This table's timeless beauty will enhance any room or hall.
Height 30 3/8″; Width 37 5/8″; Depth 17 5/8″ closed, 35 1/4″ open.
8878 WILLIAMSBURG CARD TABLE
T519 GAME TABLE BY KITTINGER
Reproduced from the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the original of this game table, circa 1730-1750, belonged to the prominent Bostonian, Peter Fanueil. Created out of mahogany, there is delicate ebony and boxwood inlay decorating the outside top and inside playing surface. When opened, this game table features a shaped top with scooped pockets for counters, recessed turret corners to hold candlesticks and an inset green felt playing surface. This table has a central drawer for storage and rests on graceful cabriole legs terminating in pad feet.
Height 28 3/8″; Length 35 3/4″; Depth 17 5/8″ closed, 35 1/4″ open.
T2003 CARD TABLE BY KITTINGER
This reproduction of a Federal style card table is made of beautiful crotch mahogany with string inlay and features a delicate scallop apron and legs terminating in spade fee. Its light, elegant appearance mask its sturdy construction. When closed, this table look well as a side or console table.
Height 28 1/2″; Width 37 3/4″; Depth 15 3/4″ closed, 31 1/2″ open.
CW 141 WILLIAMSBURG FLAP-TOP TABLE BY KITTINGER
This multi-functional table is a reproduction of a Queen Anne antique, circa 1720. When closed, it serves as a console table and when opened as a serving or writing table. It features a rectangular folding top supported by slender columnar legs terminating in turned feet. Both sides of the top have candle-slide pulls.
Height 28 1/2″; Width 35 3/4″; Depth 12″ closed, 24″ open.
CW 184 WILLIAMSBURG SPIDER TABLE BY KITTINGER
This magnificant reproduction of the mid-18th Century Queen Anne table from the upstairs hall of the Governor's Palace is a very rare piece from the Williamsburg Collection. Its small and appealing size with its six legs give this table a light, airy feeling that belies its sturdiness. Multi-functional, this drop-leaf table can serve as a console table when closed. When opened, its slender legs resting on raised pad feet articulate to allow for ample leg room making this table perfect as a serving or writing table.
Height 27 3/4″; Length 29″; Width 11 7/8″ closed, Width 24 1/4″ open.
WF1259/WA1059 WILLIAMSBURG TABLE BY KITTINGER
This elegant Queen Anne sytle table is a reproduction of a Tidewater Virginia antique dating to 1750. Made of mahogany, this table features a distinctive scribed outline around the three drawers which are enhanced by beautiful sand cast brasses. Its versatile size allows this table to be used in various room settings as for example in a hall, next to a bed or at a sofa.
Height 27 1/2″; Length 28 3/4″; Depth 18 1/4″.
CW 157 WILLIAMSBURG LOWBOY/DRESSING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This reproduction of a William and Mary style dressing table is copied from an original Pennsylvania, probably Philadelphia, antique dating from 1710-1720. Made of mahogany with an expansive top, this graceful lowboy features a center ogee arch on the case which rests on trumpet legs with a crossed stretcher accented by an urn finial.
Height 29 1/2″; Width 36″; Depth 22 1/4″.
CW 144 WILLIAMSBURG TABLE BY KITTINGER
This reproduction of a Queen Anne mahogany table, circa 1740, features a concave tray top with straight skirt, slightly rounded corners and cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. This graceful table can be used in numerous room settings.
Height 28 1/2″; Length 30 3/4″; Depth 18 3/4″.
CW 145 WILLIAMSBURG DRESSING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This truly elegant Queen Anne dressing table is an exact reproduction of a Philadelphia antique, circa 1760. Like the original, this table has graceful cabriole legs decorated with shell and leaf carving on the knee terminating in fluted stocking and web feet. The single drawer of this mahogany table has three partitions and is enhanced with beautiful sand cast brasses.
Height 28 1/4″; Length 35″; Depth 19 1/2″.
NO. 350 PENTON DRESSING TABLE BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND
This handsome dressing table is copied from an English antique, circa 1780-1790, and is made of figuratively grained mahogany with a one board top. The table also features three thumb-molded drawers accented with open fret rosette brass pulls and a scalloped apron. The scale of this table makes it a perfect piece where space is at a premium.
Height 29 3/8″; Length 29 3/4″; Depth 17 1/4″.
WF3204/WA1004 WILLIAMSBURG DRESSING TABLE BY KITTINGER
Inspired by a Virginia antique, circa 1760-1780, this Rococo table with its neat, clean lines features pierced fretwork brackets and straight legs. It can be used in countless ways such as a writing table, side table, serving table and dressing table.
Height 29 1/2″; Length 42″; Depth 21″.
WF1214/WA1014 WILLIAMSBURG TABLE BY KITTINGER
This versatile one drawer, mahogany table can be used as a dressing, writing or occasional table in various room settings. Inspired by a late 18th Century English antique, this interpretation features Marlborough legs and cast brass.
Height 28″; Width 28 3/4″; Depth 16″.
WA1029 WILLIAMSBURG TABLE BY KITTINGER
This Hepplewhite table, inspired by an antique in the Williamsburg Collection, is graceful with its slightly tapered legs and appealing proportions. It is perfect as an end or occasional table.
Height 29 1/2″; Width 25 1/4″; Depth 18 3/4″.
WA1058 WILLIAMSBURG DRESSING TABLE BY KITTINGER
This charming William and Mary dressing table was adapted from an English antique dating to the 1st quarter of the 18th Century. Made of mahogany with a single drawer, this table has a scallop apron and graceful turned legs. Its practical size permits a variety of uses.
Height 26 3/8″; Width 24″; Depth 17″.