Custom Kitchens, Furniture, and Architectural Millwork

302 W. South Street

Montour Falls, NY 14865

Phone: 607-535-6540

Fax: 607-535-8096

Tables

Coffee tables, dining tables, and end tables—a one-of-a-kind custom table can be tailored to match the style of your home or your existing furniture pieces.

Recognized nationally for the craftsmanship of our furniture, Cabinetmaker Vincent Chicone is an active member of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers and has been recognized as an outstanding artisan for his period pieces by a panel of curators, conservators, and furniture scholars. He has been listed in Early American Life's Directory of Traditional American Crafts in the category of Period Furniture since 2010.

Browse our portfolio of tables—period, contemporary, and reproduction—to see the breadth of our work. We can also work with you to create a custom design exclusively for your home.


Shequaga table

Shequaga table

White oak dining table that extends to comfortably accommodate ten adults.

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Midcentury Modern end-table collection

Midcentury Modern end-table collection

The furniture in our Mid-century modern end-table collection represents the combination of style and function that marked the celebrated style of the post-war design movement.

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Midcentury Modern coffee table

Midcentury Modern coffee table

Inspired by sculptor Isamu Noguchi's distinctive 1948 table design, our mid-century modern coffee table draws on his characteristic balance of form and function.

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Don Vino

Don Vino

The Don Vino wine table is a Chicone Cabinetmakers original design and can hold up to 16 bottles of your favorite wine.

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Sheraton Hall table

Sheraton Hall table

This narrow hall table is an interpretation of historic Thomas Sheraton design. It features a butterflied flame birch top with a natural finish.

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Custom Oak dining table

Custom Oak dining table

The quarter-sawn oak custom dining room set includes a dining table that comfortably seats eight.

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Candle stand

Candle stand

This Windsor style candle stand is based on a circa 1820 design from Chester County Pennsylvania. It includes a lathe turned dished top with a raised edge.

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