The market for high-quality, vintage furniture for sale is lively and strong as discerning customers search for top-quality pieces at online auctions. The pieces featured at Bidsquare’s antique furniture auction dates back from the 17th century until the 19th century and range from Victorian style to Queen Anne style. These traditional styles have set the stage for the modern and contemporary furniture styles of today’s world. The furniture pieces can vary from a simplistic pine chest and stick back country chairs to the most intricate marquetry work cabinet or gold-plated console table

Antique Furniture

Distinct antique furniture designs have their own unique features. Antique furniture style Victorian furniture adopts stylistic motifs and romantic influences. Its curvaceous features earned popularity in between 1837 to 1901. Chippendale design is another renowned furniture style, designed by a British cabinet maker, Thomas Chippendale. It often features cabriole legs, balls, and claw feet. Similarly, Queen Anne was an essential furniture style in the 18th century.  This style has been echoed by many contemporary artists to date. Combining beauty and efficiency, the Queen Anne style addresses the new tastes of their modern collectors. It is one of the most famous designs to appear at the Antique furniture auction.  

Vintage Furniture

In addition, our online auction also involves vintage furniture styles such as Headboards, Louis XVI, Pennsylvania Dutch, William and Mary, Sheraton, and many more. Some of the prolific artists featured on Bidsquare are Francois Linke, George Nakashima, Francois-Raoul Larche, Joseph Emmanuel Zwiener, Edouard Lievre, and Edward F. Caldwell. Filter your search with ‘Online auction near me’ and find the right furniture that matches your style from the collection of antique, vintage, and mid-century & modern furniture for sale at Bidsquare and create your own living space for work, rest, and entertainment. 

Quick Facts on Antique & Vintage Furniture:

  • The end of the 17th century saw the introduction of walnut furniture. 
  • The mid 18th century saw the introduction of mahogany.
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