Twelve Oaks

In the novel made movie “Gone With the Wind”, Twelve Oaks is the plantation of the Wilkes family named for the twelve majestic oak trees that encircled the mansion.
The oak is a living legend representing all that is true, wholesome, stable, and noble. Socrates regarded the oak tree as an oracle tree. The Druids believed that the leaves of the oak tree had healing power and would renew strength.
The oak tree is symbolic of solidity, strength, and longevity and are an image of endurance, vigor and sturdiness. What more could you ask for when selecting furniture? Oak furniture is strong and durable. Timeless and classic. Beautiful and sturdy. Longevity is key in selecting pieces to become family heirlooms passed down from generation to generation. 
Today, Aardvark Antiques presents our Twelve Oaks. Symbols of life, power and strength in your home, you’ll always be glad you made the decision to buy oak!

Antique Petite Tiger Oak Armoire Ca 1920      Antique Tiger Oak Bow Front Chest Dresser