When it comes to wood that is as strong and durable as it is beautiful, walnut is an obvious choice that yields exquisite furniture. Walnut is incredibly versatile, takes finishes well, and is strong without being too heavy, making it popular among cabinetmakers and woodworkers. Take a look at some of these antiques as well as recently customized walnut pieces.
c1850 Antique Walnut Occasional Arm Chair
Experience vintage luxury with this antique walnut occasional armchair. It is an Early Victorian salon chair with cabriole legs and casters. The buttoned backrest is upholstered and situated above a fancifully carved, pierced panel. Additional carved panels create cohesion and support the upholstered arms.
Walnut Victorian Display Art Easel
With a walnut wax finish and Victorian styling, this display art easel features intricately carved details. It has an adjustable back leg as well as a removable peg for tray height adjustment. The whole piece folds easily for storage. The easel was crafted using kiln-dried solid mahogany and tongue-and-groove joinery. It’s also available in teak wood.
Walnut Traditional Regency Dining Armchair
Constructed using kiln-dried solid mahogany and tongue-and-groove joinery, a traditional armchair has a walnut NC finish, cresting top rail, floral and scroll carvings, green velvet upholstered seat, scrolled arms, and tapered front legs and saber back legs with blunt arrow footing. It was designed in Regency style.
Natural Walnut French Provincial Nightstand
Also crafted from top-grade kiln-dried solid mahogany, a nightstand showcases a beautiful serpentine front with 2 dovetail drawers. With a natural/burl walnut finish, it features antiqued brass knobs, cabriole legs, a floral marquetry inlay, and tongue-and-groove joinery. It was designed in French Provincial style.