Jonathan Charles Artaross Grey Oak Console


My Artaross console, which we have made in both grey crotch mahogany and greyed oak, has drawers lined in my signature grey polka dot marquetry. This table has been utterly and totally invented! Given my fancy for the gothic, it seemed amusing to make a console table for our dining room that could work alongside the Longwood dining table.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
50 ½ x 19 ½ x 34 inches


Jonathan Charles Burl and Mother of Pearl Inlaid Sideboard


Breakfront sideboard with infrared receiver designed as a TV base unit with burl oak veneer and fine mother of pearl inlays to the top and sides. Raised on baluster legs with brass capped feet.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
69 ¼ x 20 x 37 ¾ inches


Jonathan Charles French Style Mahogany Console for Brass Gallery


19th century French style mahogany console table with a finely pierced brass gallery and two drawers with angular brass handles. Fluted legs around an undertier.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
54 x 16 x 38 inches


Jonathan Charles Baroque Wrought Iron & Brass Centre Table


Spectacular black variegated marble topped round centre table, the veneered apron and base enclosing a finely worked wrought iron and brass Baroque style structure of stylised scrolling fronds and leaves. The whole set on lost wax cast lions paw feet. Inspired by a Roman original of c.1650.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
42 x 42 x 30 ¾ inches


Jonathan Charles Crotch Walnut Demilune Sideboard


Walnut and crotch walnut veneered demilune sideboard with finely cast patinated brass handle and escutcheon, two drawers and large cupboard with adjustable shelf within.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
54 x 20 x 37 ¾ inches


Jonathan Charles Mahogany Scalloped Console


Mahogany scalloped console table with beaded brass and inlaid detail on the drawers and a pierced brass gallery on top. Tapering fluted legs above a mahogany veneered shelf beneath. After a mid-Victorian original of c1850.

Dimensions (W x D x H)
49 x 16 ¼ x 38 ½ inches


Thicket Console


Looking for the perfect piece of jewelry for your room? Look no further than Hooker’s line of accents. Select from character-filled and functional accent tables, chests, credenzas and console tables. Place front and center of your hallway, living room or foyer and top with things you love. Now that’s instant style.

Width 64″
Depth 16″
Height 34 1/4″


Roslyn County Console Table


From farm-to-dŽcor looks to rustic luxe, AMERICAN LIFE evokes a sense of community, easy living and authentic craftsmanship. The classic farm-to-dŽcor collection, Roslyn County, offers heirloom quality and hand-crafted appeal with a simple style that demonstrates how Americans are living. Roslyn County is crafted in Walnut and Hickory, waxed and luxurious to the hand. Roslyn CountyÕs big-scale pieces will be at home all across America. Trestle bases, planking, rake-back spindles and marquetry add interest to the simple lines of Roslyn County. Metal-bar hardware in an oil-rubbed bronze finish with bolts on the ends complete the look.

Width 105″
Depth 16″
Height 34 1/2″


Tangent Cocktail Table


Graceful, timeless, elegant… The Tangent collection is all this and more. A sophisticated statement that is at home in any architectural setting, The Tangent will handsomely complement the finest contemporary upholstery. Shimmering Champagne-plate arms curve gently upwards grasping solid stainless steel discs that are permanently bonded to the generous glass tops. Understated feet lift the massive base from the floor, while providing an extra metallic accent. Bases are available in Rift-cut White Oak or Walnut veneer, while steel feet are available in Topaz only. Clear 1/2″ glass tops are tempered for strength and safety.Companion Dining Tables are also available.

Cocktail Table
• 36d x 50w x 16.75h
• Rift-Cut Oak or Walnut Veneer
• Thickness: 1/2″ clear tempered glass

End Table
• 24d x 28w x 22.75h
• Rift-Cut Oak or Walnut Veneer
• Thickness: 1/2″ clear tempered glass

Console Table
• 18d x 60w x 27.75h
• Rift-Cut Oak or Walnut Veneer
• Thickness: 1/2″ clear tempered glass

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