Located in the beautiful Derwent Valley, Tasmania

Friday, January 27, 2012

French patisserie table with marble top now in store!

Look what we are proud to have in our store, a 19th century period French iron, brass and marble patisserie table! These are very, very rare. In fact, this is the first such patisserie table that we have ever had. It dates to around c.1860. Again, I kept this one a little bit of a secret, I didn't want to spoil all the surprises from our shipment.

Look at the age to the iron and brass work...and the marble top is original.

It is such a special piece, I am sure someone is going to fall in love with it (or a few people, maybe, myself included!).

Image by Suzanne Rheinstein via Pinterest
These tables look great as an island bench in a kitchen like this one. I can just imagine making croissants or rolling some pizza dough on the age worn marble. Sigh...

Image via Greige
Or using it as a decorative side table in a lounge room or entryway. I love the glass domes displayed on this piece.

And just as special is this marble topped patisserie counter. It too is French and dates to around c.1880. It has a painted pine base.

At the moment we have displayed a collection of French glass domes and white porcelain upon the marble top. Now all we need is a few little pastries under each dome!


  1. Wowwww that table is so so so nice!!...wonderful !!..what a nice stuff you have again in your shop !!....have a nice weekend...love from me...xxx..

  2. Oh Wow Tammy,

    Everything you have shown in this (and the previous post) are just stunning!

    Love, love, love the patisseriere table, and the one with the wooden top is gorgeous.

    I bet you couldn't believe it when you stumbled upon the patisseriere table, I know when they have been featured in magazines I have always admired them. These are the things that good dreams are made of!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Take care

  3. Hi Ria and Janine, I know, the patisserie table is so beautiful. I feel so lucky to be able to handle such rare pieces in the store, and hopefully find a home for these gorgeous antiques! Have a great week, and thank you for stopping by, Tammy

  4. So beautiful! It's been styled so well in the images you showed - I bet its new owner is just going to LOVE it! Well done on such a great find :)

  5. Ohlala...
    I love this table!
    Send you greetings from France,