Sarreid Ltd American Country Farmhouse Pine Kitchen Island Harvest Table Cabinet



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Vintage Sarreid Ltd Farmhouse island / table. Drawing inspiration from French Country and Farmhoues styling. Made from pine with natural distressing throughout. The base or cabinet portion of the table has a dark finish allowing the natural wood tone to show through in the distressed areas. Features three drawers over three cabinets on each side as well as two drawers on the shorter sides and an open shelf on each end. A refreshing modern take on rustic farmhouse design. Could be used as a console table , workshop stand alone in any space for additional storage. Marked Sarreid Ltd along underside.

American Furniture company Sarreid Ltd. got its start sourcing materials from Spain and Italy and bringing the exceptional talents of European wood carvers, sculptors and painters to the forefront of American home decor. Its early products were animal-inspired decorative objects. Over time, the company expanded into side tables, coffee tables and its signature brass chests of drawers.

In 1965, American founders Alex Sarrat and Walter Reid moved to Spain, where they established the furniture company. Sarreid Ltd. offered appealing design alternatives to Americans interested in owning imported and more traditional luxury goods. During the company’s expansion into Italy in the 1970s, Sarreid Ltd. produced its best-known furniture: the Brass Clad collection. This range of cabinets, trunks and nightstands are still highly coveted by collectors for their complete, solid brass coating, right down to the latches and nail heads.

Sarreid Ltd. later relocated to its current center of operations in Wilson, North Carolina, where it continues to expand its reach globally, including to Mexico, Thailand and China. As one of the first furniture companies to source materials from China, Sarreid Ltd. has explored many foreign domains ahead of most major manufacturers.

The founders sold Sarreid Ltd. in 1985, but Sarratt repurchased it five years later with businessmen Charles Hoffman and Charles Mauze. Today, the company continues to produce high-quality, handcrafted furniture sourced from all over the world.


Very Good; Gently Used


30" x 70" x 34.25"h