This is a handsome and lovely patinaed middle part of the 18th Century Armchair, directly inspired of the Louis XIII era more or less one hundred years earlier (Louis XIII 1601-1643) commonly called Fauteuil a tournage en Chapelet due to the Prayer beads design of the armrests and pediment...
This is an exquisite second half of the 19th Century Nightstand made from a nicely patinaed walnut and topped by its original and beveled serpentine shaped Rouge Royal marble sitting upon an adorable bowed facade featuring a single drawer upon a single door, all gracefully supported by cabriole legs highlighted with intricately sculpted acanthus pattern. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 35"high/ 15"wide/ 15½”deep.
This is an elegant pair of Armchairs made by the end of the 19th century, directly inspired of the Renaissance period, estimated of having been painted approximately a decade ago by the previous owner, consisting of an impressive pierced carved acanthus shaped cartouche, sitting upon straight seatback flanked by tapered fluted columns mounted by finials and a pair of padded armrests, all standing above the wide and deep seat supported by the classical baluster shaped pediment with matching H-sha...
This is a stunning and beautifully patinaed Buffet made from solid oak by the second half of the 19th Century during the Renaissance Revival period following the Napoleon III era. This very nice piece consists of a wooden top sitting upon a step-back facade featuring a pair of drawers and three paneled recessed doors, separated by barley twisted columns and revealing a spacious storage area with a couple of adjustable shelves, all standing on ball feet...
This is an interesting Vaisselier, originally coming from Marseille in the south of France made from solid oak by the second half of the 19th century. (We would like to take this opportunity to advise you to google the name Marseille to see stunning pictures of one of the oldest French city.) This stunning piece was originally painted in Mediterranean Blue, typical of the area, which turned into a gray over the years...
16" high 24" wide 16" deep matched pair
Stylized floral patterns carved along the edge of the table top
27.5" high 21" wide 14" deep, tables are decorated with marble top and brass gallery.
Set of eight dark mahogany chairs with white and salmon upholstered seats
Bronze detailing along the sides and drawers of table with leather top. 30" high 40" wide 25" deep
Late Regency or early William IV print stand or folio rack
in mahogany having two ratcheted adjustable leaves above vasiform supports with moulded scrolling legs ending in brass castors and with turned stretchers. English, circa 1835
Height: 42.5 closed
Antique George II Style Footstool in mahogany, having a slip seat, carved apron, Chippendale cabriole legs with carved shells on the knees and with nicely defined ball and claw feet. Circa 1880. 26" x 19.75" x 20' tall
33" high with metal detailing and handles
58"x18.5"x21" Original hinges, moulding along bottom edges and feet of the trunk
A fine pair of Ming Style stools of Lao hua li wood. each 19 inches high and approx 14 inches in diameter. Both in fine, excellent conditions. Both were from the former personal collection of the late Alice Boney, famous dealer and collector. Purchased in Hong Kong at the studio/workshop of Hei Hunglu in the early 1950's. A fine and rare pair of stools. shipping charge to the buyer. sizes listed listed are for packing of each stool separately. (2 parcels)
This is a magnificent pair of middle part of the 19th Century Twin Bed Headboards made during the Napoleon III era boasting a stunning embellishment and a beautifully patinaed walnut veneer...
This is an adorable beginning of the 20th century Italian coffee table combining a painted white top which seems to be made of pine, sitting upon an intricately sculpted walnut tripod base with cabriole legs highlighted with acanthus patterns. Note the white paint is recent and estimated to be less than a decade old. Circa date 1910. Dimensions 18½"high/ 32"diameter.
A stunning and intricately sculpted pierced carved Lion bracket from the end of the 19th century, which must originally belong to a massive Buffet Deux Corps. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Dimensions 18"high/ 12 ½"long/ 4"deep ( Lion's Head).