This table is named after the Derby wharf in our old hometown of Salem, MA. The design is inspired by a small Federal-style tea table we once saw at the Peabody Essex Museum. It features splayed, tapered legs and a thin square bead that supports a hardwood top.
Three of these tables were on display at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center for the Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers show, Evolving Traditions, in October 2021. The two in Walnut are ready for a permanent home! One features a flat top and the other has a recessed top.
“Nick English (Bridgewater VT) has been working on the Derby Tea Table (below). Spare, beautiful lines, and a video shot over three days by Erin English (click here) that is nothing short of magical. The video is part of the BMAC exhibition because it shows “the complexity and craftsmanship behind each piece.” Watching Nick English construct a table is what you need with your morning coffee.”
— Susan B. Apel, Artful
Dimensions: 16.5” x 16.5” x 25”
Price: Starting at: $1400 recessed top, $1000 flattopContact Petite & English about this piece...