This is an adorable pair of bookends made at the beginning of the 20th century depicting Goats cast from Spelter and standing on a Yellow Lamartine marble base (Originally coming from Jura, East of France). Circa date 1900. Dimensions 6"high/ 5"long/ 3"deep.
This is an exquisite second half of the 19th Century Planter, made by the end of the reign of Napoleon III, boasting a combination of inlaid ebony and rosewood veneers, highlighted by hammered brass frieze depicting the Famous Dionysus (Baccus) with cherubs and grape patterns indicating this item is originally from Burgundy (Wine Area). Note the interior zinc compartment, which can be removed for easy cleaning. Minor scratches and dents can be seen all around due to the age. Circa date 1870...
25 1/4" x 30 1/4" x 6 elaborate carved and burnished gilt frame, likely Italian, 18th C.
Regence design but made in America, circa 1890-190. Fine gilding. 24" x 30" x 5"
One front foot facing replaced, otherwise, a very nice cellerette.
This is an exquisite late 19th century mirror, directly inspired of the Louis XVI style approximately a century earlier and originally coming from Provence (South of France) as indicated by the olive tree branches flanking the heraldic shaped central medallion standing upon a rectangular frame embellished with twisted ribbon pattern. The mirror is original and several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 27”high/ 16”wide.
This is a rare and beautiful Medallion, typical of the Napoleon III era, originally placed above the door frame inside a Hotel Particulier in the Parisian area, consisting of an ebonized back panel made of pine covered by reddish Tortoise highlighted by exquisite and intricate inlaid brass design depicting the classical acanthus and floral patterns proof of the skilled craftsmanship of this period...
Labelled by maker William Gould, approx. 45" l x 29" w x 4" d
From our European Collection, a beautiful, large, and imposing Renaissance Revival gilt pier mirror, third quarter 19th century circa 1875-1895, ex-Bonhams. From the collection of the famed Harry Denton, San Francisco California.
Size and Condition: Height including support base 92 inches; width 52 inches. Superb condition, probably re-gilt. Currently on corporate loan to a private restaurant enterprise in San Antonio, Texas: Please inquire for availability.
Fine English Regency serpentine front tortoiseshell tea caddy with panels of mother of pearl and abalone; silver escutcheon; ball form coquilla nut feet; having two interior compartments with tortoiseshell lids, which appear to retain remnants of the original tea pewter lining. Circa 1820.
(Minor repairs to the tortoise.
8” x 5” x 4.75”
This is an adorable late 19th Century Rococo Pierced Frame hand sculpted from lime tree with a slightly bombe glass surrounding an oil on wood painting from the late 20th century depicting a landscape with a farm. This latter can be removed to be replaced by the picture of a love one or a mirror. Minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 12”high/ 8 ¼”wide.
This is a rare and tremendously tall Trumeau from the end of the 18th century made by the end of the reign of Louis XVI, consisting of a very decorative upper panel highlighted with the classical Louis XVI patterns with flowers and tied ribbon, above the frame below surrounding a very large mirror which is not original and estimated to be a few decades old. This piece is originally coming from an Hotel Particulier near Versailles and was at the center part of a larger boiserie...
The lid of this box is finely crafted with a pair of India Pheasants upon a landscape.
The side panels are carved with blossom.
The base has a stylised repeat pattern. On oblong beize with carved feet.
There is an old depository label underneath.
A lovely piece for lovers of pheasants and fine boxes.
Size: 35.5cm by 21.5cm
36" x 14" approx dimensions--having original two part mirror plate and original backboards.
Circa 1780-1800 Scottish Armorial Crest. Family Coat of Arms Plate 9 1/4" in Diameter. Plate is 8-SIDED. Pro Patria. Fabulous Family Shield. Good Condition with very little wear on this 200 Plus Years Fabulous Armorial Plate. No Damage or Restoration.
This is an exquisite gilded late 19th Century Rococo Mirror, originally coming from Marseille in the South of France, boasting an impressively sculpted pierced carved embellishment depicting the classical interlaced acanthus and floral patterns surrounding the mirror, which is not original and estimated to be from the end of the 20th century. Note the tied ribbon designs on the upper and lower cartouche. Minor chips can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1890...
This is an adorable basket intricately woven with patinaed silver plated wire by the end of the 19th century, surrounding a blue cobalt cup, which can be removed. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 7 ½"high/ 6"diameter.
This is a very nice painted Trumeau made by the end of the reign of Napoleon III during the second half of the 19th century and directly inspired of the Louis XVI period, less than a century earlier, consisting of an upper decorative panel boasting a beautiful floral embellishment upon the mirror below surrounded by an elegant rectangular frame accented with acanthus patterns. The mirror has several tiny dark spots due to the age. Circa dat 1870. Dimensions 71”high/ 30 ¼”wide