Set of 5 Art Deco walnut decending trays with decorated inlaid butterflies.
Folding furniture is said to have entered China from the noeth-western tribes as early as late Han dynasty( c.150 AD). this is a single folding chair by walnut wood. perfect condition. size: 20 x 12 x 43.5"H
A beautiful table having three sides profusely decorated with floral marquetry scenes. It can be displayed in a number of ways, in a corner, open or against a wall, it even folds flat taking up a small amount of room.
Standing upon four fluted square tapering legs, normally these are made as card tables so it’s quite refreshing to come across one like this.
One of the nicest that I have seen.
One or two minor losses and age related marks...
Antique Late Federal Mustard Painted Dressing Table, having a box drawer above a rectangular top with curved corners, a single drawer below and raised on ring turned tapered legs. The whole in yellow paint with painted string "inlay" and painted "banding". New England, circa 1830. (Retains it's original stamped brass pulls and a partial inscription inside the main drawer...
17th century Chinese tapered style cabinet.
perfect condition, Black lacquer. size: 27 x 15 x 33.5"H
Fantastic pair of Rosewood Empire style end tables with marble tops and bronze hardware.
Dimensions: 30"H x 23"W x 20"D
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
Beautiful flame mahogany dressing table with marble top, all in excellent original condition. This lovely table is transitional from Empire to Victorian, circa 1870. It has a shell stretcher, and perfectly matched flame mahogany drawers. It measures approximately 73 1/2" tall x 39 1/2" wide x 23" deep.
This is a lovely beginning of the 20th century patinaed Nightstand made by the end of the reign of Queen Victoria from a beautifully patinaed mahogany consisting of a single drawer above a bottom open shelf, all connected by 4 legs for stability and sturdiness. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 27”high/ 16”wide/ 13”deep.
Walnut Victorian Corner Bookcase -- In all our years specializing in American Victorian furniture, we have never come across a bookcase like this; it is made of walnut, circa 1880, made to fit into a corner of a room; one side is wider than the other; it measures 71" x 21" on the long side, and 58" x 21" on the shorter side; it is 8' tall, and the bookshelves are 10" deep
French mahogany handkerchief card table c1875. Signed by the maker N Lampre, Bte S.G.D.G. 4 or Amelot. Measures 23 x 23 inches square and 29.5 inches high closed. With four handkerchief hinged supports (each measuring 11.5 inches) that open to allow for more space to play card games. The top turns so the each handkerchief end is supported by a corner of the table for stability. Excellent condition. Some wear to the old green felt. Shipping extra...
This is a very early, traditional cabinet used for storing objects related to Buddhist ceremonies.Red lacquer over elmwood. It’s origin is Shanxi province. This style can be seen depicted in paintings, pottery and funerary objects dating back to the 16th century. Qianlong Period, Qing Dynasty circa late 17th-early 18th century. Original hardware and construction consistent of this period. Heavy remnants of the original lacquer. Excellent condition.
Painted lacquer Mongolian double door low cabinet, pine wood, doors are green with black frame, a cream color diamond shaped reserve at the center of each door is painted with detail of flower vases and scholar objects, top is a distressed lacquered red, side are a natural clear lacquer, approximately 90 years old.
Size: 34 3/4" high x 57 1/4" wide x 19" deep.
An adorable set of 4 painted Chauffeuse chairs made from solid beech wood by the end of the reign of Napoleon III during the second half of the 19th century; consisting of a pretty arched seatback adorned with a floral crest standing above the large bowl shaped seat supported by graceful cabriole legs adorned with acanthus and floral patterns. Note that the greenish fabric is not original and would need to be replaced. The chauffeuse chairs were originally placed on the front of the fireplace...
This attractive reproduction piece has two long drawers
an opening lid above a compartment and a slide at each
end. It has Brass handles.
Height: 40 3/4"inches
Matched pair of great stick and ball mahogany night tables.They could be used as end tables, but in any event to find a matched pair is truly unbelievable. We purchase one about 15 years ago and the other last year. LOOKS GREAT WITH BEDSET 2703 c. 1880.
Continental Neoclassical Game Table in cedar, having a hinged rectangular top which rotates and opens to a baize playing surface. The shaped and molded skirt has two end drawers and is raised on tapered legs ending in brass casters.
Circa 1830, possibly Baltic.
H - 30.5”
L -2 5.25”
W - 17”
In glowing, lustrous cinnabar lacquer, this elegant temple table has two drawers, lacquered black within, that slide all the way through. They are decorated with raised cloud-form plaques in all four fronts; this motif is repeated on the sides of the table. Fine carved diaper patterns adorn the sweeping legs and edges of the top. The piece measures approximately 35-3/4 inches by 23-1/4 inches by 29-3/4 inches high. There are few small flaws and those only minor. Japanese, Meiji Period.