Petite Antique French Henry II Walnut Dining Table




Perfectly sized for use as a breakfast table or card table, this antique French Henry II walnut dining table will ... more


51.0ʺW × 45.0ʺD × 29.0ʺH
Good Moderate wear and tear, but still has good years left
French, Traditional


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EuroLux Antiques in Newberry, SC

EuroLux Antiques specializes in fine antiques for regular folks: exceptional antique furniture, vintage lighting, and ...

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  • "Deb: That's great! You'll see the Make an Offer button to the right of the Buy Me Now button, just under the price of $1259. You'll put in an offer of $1059, which will send an email to me. I'll accept your offer and then Chairish will take your payment. Once I receive the confirmation email, I'll schedule shipment with Ukay delivery. It will take about 4 weeks for you to receive the table. Looking forward to working with you too! Best wishes, Aimee at EuroLuxHome"

    June 2, 2016, 7:06 p.m.

  • "EuroLux Antiques: Sold. We would like to buy the table. How do we navigate the site with a price of $1059? We will lock this down with you within the next 24 hours. Looking forward to doing business with you on this item and other items in the future. Thanks, Deb and David"

    June 2, 2016, 6:58 p.m.

  • "We can accept your offer of $1059, which will include white glove delivery. Please let me know if you need any additional information. Best wishes, Aimee at EuroLuxHome"

    June 2, 2016, 11:42 a.m.

  • "This table is not particularly fragile or large and does not have marble or glass, so I am not very worried at all about damage happening. There is always a risk of course when you ship furniture, but in this case it is quite minimal. We have been shipping large and fragile antique furniture for 12 years now and have only had one piece completely smashed and one piece that was washed out to sea by Hurricane Sandy. Otherwise there have been a handful of minor issues that have been easily restored."

    June 2, 2016, 11:39 a.m.

  • "Deb: Continued: They will call and set up an appointment for delivery and then provide white glove service, where the table is brought into your home, put in place and all packaging is removed. Of course, the table will be fully insured while in transit. If the table is completely smashed, you will be compensated the purchase price. If minor damage happens, which sometimes happens, but not often, the table will be restored by a professional furniture restoration expert."

    June 2, 2016, 11:35 a.m.

  • "Deb: Hi Deb and David, Thanks for your patience as I was out of the office yesterday. I use specialty white glove carriers that specialize in moving antiques and other high-value items. In your case, I would use Ukay Delivery (you can google to find their website if you like). They will pick up the table from me and wrap it in heavy blankets with cardboard on top. They know how to move and load antiques so that items are not damaged on their trucks. It will take about 4 weeks, sometimes less."

    June 2, 2016, 11:32 a.m.

  • "EuroLux Antiques: Our zip code is 21401 in Annapolis, MD"

    June 1, 2016, 5:22 p.m.

  • "Deb: I need to confirm your city and zip in MD so that I can determine which carrier I will use and whether I could accept your offer of $1059. Once I know your location, I'll be able to go into detail about the carrier and method of shipping. Thanks! Aimee at EuroLuxHome"

    June 1, 2016, 7:56 a.m.

  • "Deb: Hi Deb and David, About 8 out of 10 of our customers have never purchased large furniture online and are nervous about the experience. I always say to keep asking questions until you feel comfortable! Unfortunately Chairish does not allow me to give my phone number, as most folks find it reassuring to speak directly. Chairish also does not allow me to point out our 100% customer feedback score with 4000+ transactions on a competing online marketplace so that you can feel more comfortable."

    June 1, 2016, 7:55 a.m.

  • "EuroLux Antiques: Hi Aimee, thanks for your informative email and photos. We are interested in the table but are concerned about the quality of the shipping. This is the first time we have ever bought furniture online and we would not want to purchase this lovely heirloom and have it arrive damaged. Can you tell us more about your shipping? If we are comfortable with the shipping details we would be willing to offer you $1,059 for this table. Please let us know. All the best from MD, Deb and David"

    May 31, 2016, 5:46 p.m.

  • "Deb: Continued... About an 8" piece of the trim around the bottom edge of the table had been broken off, but it has been so expertly restored that it is very hard to find. I have shown one photo of the restored trim and one with my fingers framing it so that you see it. Please let me know if you need any additional information! Best wishes, Aimee at EuroLuxHome"

    May 31, 2016, 10:26 a.m.

  • "Hi Dave and Deb! Thanks for your interest in this handsome antique table! I have uploaded 3 additional photos. The first shows a close-up of the non-active woodworm holes that are found sporadically on the table. New furniture makers actually poke holes in new furniture to give it the appearance of word worm so that the pieces look more like antique and vintage items, but these wood worm holes are authentic! I had to walk around the table about 5 times before I could find the professional restoration."

    May 31, 2016, 10:25 a.m.

  • "Can you please send us a picture of the portion of the table that has been repaired? Also, could you send us a close-up of the worm hole damage to understand what that looks like? I assume that the worms have been treated and are no longer a problem? Thank you very much, Dave and Deb"

    May 30, 2016, 8:31 a.m.

  • "Can you send a close up picture of the repaired portion of the table and of the worm hole damage? I assume the worms have been treated and are no longer a problem? Thank you so much, Dave"

    May 30, 2016, 8:28 a.m.