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Founded over a century ago, Drexel Furniture has maintained a devoted following, and for good reason! Throughout its history, Drexel has adapted to different stylistic visions numerous times. In the company’s early days, it was inspired by the still-popular French provincial style and traditional Queen Anne furniture. But, after the postwar era, Drexel embraced the emerging designs of Mid-Century Modernism. If you’re on the hunt for Drexel dining tables, you’ve come to the right place. We stock a wide array of Drexel Furniture, including dozens of their sought-after dining tables.

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The Drexel Declaration line, launched in the 1950s, is still considered a classic. Designed by Stewart MacDougall and Kipp Stewart, vintage Drexel Declaration features natural walnut wood, smooth curves, and clean lines. Another highly coveted Drexel line, the Projection collection also takes on classic Mid-Century Modern motifs. Designed by John Van Koert in the 50s, the collection accents sharp silhouettes and contoured corners throughout all its wood pieces. Vintage Drexel dining tables are no exception to the company’s long and assorted history. Our range of Drexel dining tables includes the brand’s Mid-Century products, many of which feature curving tapered legs and a unique sculptured look—simplistic, yet alluring, enough to seamlessly fit into any dining room. Walnut and pecan wood form the basis of many of Drexel’s most desired Mid-Century dining tables. Search too for Drexel’s French regency, Queen Anne, and Asian modernist dining tables. They deviate from the silhouettes and styles that Drexel is known for, but still bring a sense of warmth to any room.