One of our specialities at Canonbury Antiques is antique table and chair combinations. With our large range of antique dining sets we really can source you the right look and feel – period, wood, style – etc for your high end dining room set up. There are many table and chair combinations – Victorian mahogany dining chairs around an extending table with leaves. Or a more refinded Regency pedestal table with Trafalgar dining chairs around it?
Photo: Regency Antique Dining Set
This is a lovely example of a Regency antique dining set – sumptuous pedestal table in walnut surrounded by a matching set of Queen Anne chairs. This is one of the most regal looks we have, perfect for a castle, Chateau or Beverley Hills Mansion. All these dining sets are hand crafted in England to centuries old traditions by artisans so they are built to last and hence a great investment. Come and view these antique dining sets in our Canonbury Antiques showroom just outside of Potters Bar in Herfordshire (right off the M25).
Photo: Victorian Antique Dining Set
Another classic set – this time a mahogany Victorian dining table surrounded by a set of William IV dining chairs. Victorian tables are so sturdy looking with the chunky hand turned legs, a real design classic built to last. Flame mahogany on both the table and chairs exquisite. You can view our range of mahogany dining sets and Victorian tables and chairs here.
Photo: Walnut Antique Table and Chairs
Classic antique dining set – large Regency table in walnut with a matching set of Queen Anne chairs. Certainly a set fit for a King and Queen. Just look at the grain of the wood. That’s the thing with our selection of antique dining sets – there are endless combinations, a set of Victorian balloon back chairs or William IV’s around a matching table? Or a set of Hepplewhite chairs around a extending Regency pedestal table. What’s the right look for you? Come and try them all out at our showroom. If I had to chose a favourite it would be the walnut antique dining set range of tables and chairs, there’s something about the burl and grain to walnut which just works for me.
Here’s a nice video from our YouTube Channel of this large antique Regency dining table in walnut: