A fabulous example of the American Renaissance Revival Period, this table of incomparable style and quality by Herter Brothers, was bought directly from the Fredrick William Vanderbilt Estate in Hyde Park, New York. Fredrick was the grandson of Commodore Vanderbilt, founder of New York Central Railroad. In 1887, Cornelius II, the Commodore’s son, purchased the table along with paintings and bronzes at a sale from the art patron Cornelia M. Stuart...
Extremely Rare Superior Grade Wooton Patent Secretary with highly carved winged griffin gallery. It features beautiful carvings on the doors and inlaid writing board. This extant example illustrates the finest quality of Victorian age craftsmanship. Please see our website for more information on Wooton desks, their history, and who used them. PRICE FOR THIS DESK ON REQUEST ONLY
Magnificent Dumas designed Art Nouveau dining suite consisting of 17 perfectly matched pieces, all w/Dore" bronze gooseberry clusters. The table has a race track edge with rare combinations of woods. The gracefully curved sideboard and unusual china cabinet have the original soft colored marble top and splash. The 14 chairs are upholstered in rich red damask.
Table: 172"L x 53"W
Buffet: 5'4"H x 7'W
Dessert: 81"H x 40"W
This special French mid 19th C. palace size rug has a more pastel feeling however the colors are not muted and the pattern is clearly and beautifully distinct. The picture is slightly distorted because of the angle it was taken and there is about two feet of burgandy border not shown but included in the dimension.
Dimensions: 32'W x 22'D
Monumental 19th C. American Quartersawn Oak figural carved dining set by RJ. Horner. Includes 60" table, 10 side and 2 arm chairs, china, sideboard, and server with open carved crest. The cresting is the absolute top of the line Horner Bros. None finer! Price includes full restoration. This means that it includes fully skirted leaves to expand the table to 15'L, upholstery work on customers own material, and refinishing of all pieces. The firm of R. J...
Country of Origin: France
Style: Art Nouveau
Maker: Louis Majorelle
Year: c. 1895
Description: Art Nouveau rare 4-piece Bedroom suite, by Louis Majorelle, c. 1895. Extensive marquetry and carved decorations on all pieces, including bed (expertly expanded for original full to king size), grand armoire with center mirrored door above lower drawer and flanked by open shelves and marquetry detailed curved cabinets...
Herter Bros craftsmanship and design at its very best. This is a beautiful ebonzied rosewood suite with inset burl panels, marquetry of various woods, and gilding. Intricately carved cresting pieces with central figural bronze plaques on the headboard and drop front marble top princess dresser. The suite includes two very substantial matching night cabinets with marble tops...
Figural carved 16 piece oak dining room set with figural maidens and winged cupids, attr. to RJ Horner. Condition: Very Good, with very minor wear; original finish is in excellent condition.
China Cabinet: 79"T x 53"W x 22"D
Table 55"W, with fully skirted leaves that expands to 14'L
Server: 55"T x 46"W x 22" D
Sideboard: 64"T x 70" W x 26 ½ "D
Arm Chair: 43"T x 23"W x 23" D
Side Chair: 40"T x 18 ½ "W x 19" D
Spectacular French 9 Pc Art Nouveau Dining Suite "Le Vigne" By Louis Majorelle. Set includes a large Table: 58"L x 47"W x 30"H that expands to 10'L, a Buffet: 66"H x 76"W x 20"D, Server: 53"H x 53"W x 16"D Art Nouveau furniture began in France around 1890, often taking its motifs from plant life and the human female form. The wood carvings and bronze hardware generally matched each other in terms of motif.
Thirteen-piece French Art Nouveau mixed wood dining set by Hector Guimard. Hector Guimard was an architect who is widely considered today to be the most prominent representative of the French Art Nouveau movement and was the designer of the Paris Metro stations...
Magnificent 18th C. French cabinet with wonderful detail throughout. 39"H x 66"W x 26"D
American Renaissance Revival Walnut Bedroom suite by Thomas Brooks. Beautiful use of burl veneers, with gilt incised carvings and ebonized details. Elaborate carved cresting piece flanked by two carved fluted finials on each side. This bed has been expertly expanded to king size. The suite includes a drop front Princess dresser has 9 drawers, with detailed matching cresting piece, marble tops, center beveled mirror, and bronze hardware...
Exceptional American Renaissance Revival parlor cabinet with strong Egyptian influence. Double pedestal ebonized case trimmed in gilt ormolu mounts. Inset mirrored center section, rosewood and satinwood inlay, circular bronze plaques flanked by fluted pilasters and ormolu capitals. Central section with bronze plaque opening to a leather writing surface with bird's eye maple and satinwood inlay interior. Tall arched crest with bronze plaque flanked by ebonized swags...
American Victorian 4 pc. Renaissance Revival bedroom suite executed in Walnut w/burl incising, ebonizing & guilding. Suite includes King size bed with carved crest and matching 3 drawer dresser w/2" beveled mirror , and 2 nightstands with white marble tops. This is a fine example of Thomas brooks style. We have expanded it to King Size.
Bed: 112"H x 96"L x 95"W (King Size)
Night Stands (2): 28"H x 22"D x 41"W
Spectacular 7 Pc Stanton Hall Parlour Set by Joseph Meeks. Includes a sofa, 2 arm chairs and four sides.
Sofa Dimensions: 48"H x 64"W x 34"D
Arm Chair Dimensions: 44"H x 27"W x 34"D Side Chair Dimensions: 41"H x 18"D x 22"D
A complete Renaissance Revival carved oak dining room suite, late 19th C., American or Continental, comprised of an extension dining table, sideboard, server, china cabinet, and eight side chairs, the circular table with molded edge and scalloped carving, figural supports below the skirt, massive anthemion carved pedestal opening to receive two leaves, on an incurvate plinth ending in massive paw feet; the sideboard with broken arch putto crest, griffin support shelf, massive base with extensive...
Magnificent Extra Large Wooton Extra Grade Desk in the Rockefeller style. Originally this desk was designed for John D. Rockefeller, who requested a special design for his personal use. Wooton then manufactured a few of them, mostly in Oak; this one is in Walnut and of extraordinary size. 45"W x 75"H x 30"D
Mammoth inlaid parquet top conference table with 18 leather arm chairs.