With custom later leather upholstery, note repairs to legs.
12.5" wide, 9.5" deep, 28" high.
Large empire style armchair with carved and gilt highlights would make a nice desk chair.
Approx. 23" wide, 8" deep, 28" high.
A Rare Eight Piece Painted Cottage Bedroom Set comprising a double Sleigh Bed ( 81" L. overall, 72 1/2" interior length, overall width 57 1/2", inside width 54 1/4", end height 36", side rail height 16' ), Dresser with attached swivel mirror ( 70 1/2" H., 38 1/2" W., 17 1/2" D. ), Commode with lift top ( 31 1/2" H. X 30 1/2' W. X 17 1/2" D. ) , Side Table with drawer and spool turned leg ( 27 1/2" H. X 15 1/2" X 24" ), and Four Matching Side Chairs with hand caned seats ( 33" H...
Federal Pemrboke Mahogany Table, c.1810. H.29" D. 33". W leaves down 21" W.with leaves 41". Drop-leaf table, New York. Four reeded legs, drawer.
Federal Mahogany Worktable (sewing and writing), c.1810-1820, New York. Square with astragal ends.
Worktables of this richness and intricacy were the central accoutrement of polite feminine society of the Federal America. At the appropriate time, the ladies of the household would collectively engage themselves with needlework in a sitting room or parlor, or perhaps with writing a note, or reading aloud to each other.
Federal Mahogany Card Table, c.1810. 35" x 17" and 29" height. The card tables of Federal America were used for the popular card games of the time, loo and whist.They were also used as ornaments in the symmetrical room arrangements of the Classical era.
This is a handsome and intricately sculpted Buffet 2 Corps made from solid oak during the Renaissance Revival period around the second half of the 19th Century. This majestic piece is boasting an intricate embellishment from the upper part with 3 recessed paneled doors to the buffet below, all with different subject from Agriculture, Hunting, Viticulture, Science and Music typical of the Revival time period...
This is a beautiful and rare late 19th Century Italian Dining Table made from solid pine and originally coming from Firenze in the Tuscany area. This massive and lovely patinaed Table consists of a long and thick rectangular top sitting upon a stunning and intricate H-shaped balustrade pediment providing stability and sturdiness. This table can accommodate between 8 to 10 people. Note several scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1890...
This is a beautifully patinaed Renaissance Revival Sideboard made from solid walnut during the second half of the 19th century, consisting of the original Rouge Royal inset marble sitting upon an intricately sculpted facade, flanked by massive fluted columns, boasting a 2-drawer frieze mounted with the original handles, upon a pair of heavily sculpted recessed paneled doors revealing a spacious storage compartment, all standing on a bottom shelf below thanks to tapered turned fluted columns...
This is an adorable beginning of the 19th Century Commode made from a beautifully patinaed cherry, consisting of a crossbow-shaped parquet top sitting upon a the matching facade featuring a pair of large drawers, mounted with their original handles, all standing on gracefully scrolled cabriole legs. Note several scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1800. Dimensions 35”high/ 43”wide/ 21 ½”deep.
This is a tall and majestic Hall Tree made by the second half of the 19th century during the Renaissance Revival period from a solid and beautifully patinaed walnut, boasting its original bronze hangers surrounding the original beveled mirror standing upon the central console below, flanked by umbrella stands. Note the 2-drawer frieze on the console and the removable zinc drainers at the bottom of the piece. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880...
This beautifully carved piece probably started off life as a commode.
The top is functional and rests in the rim, it is a later addition.
Very well made and carved.
Size: H50.5cm W49cm D36.5cm
H 39 in. x W 58 in. x D 27.5 in.
Italian (Roman) blue-painted and parcel-gilt marble top console table, circa 1740-1750, in the Neoclassical style. Siena marble top above frieze course featuring elaborate urns on either side of a mask. On turned fluted tapering legs. Hand-carved. All original.
Condition notes: Marble top original, but restored. Gilding likely refreshed.
A fine German Biedermeier Neoclassical cherry center table with ebonized
columns. Dimensions: Height 30", Diameter 48". Condition is very good.
A most highly decorative piece, profusely carved with great skill, three shaped arcaded shelves which give it an architectural feel.
It bears star decoration inlaid with bone. The crowning finials are detached for ease of transportation.
This is fabulous for displaying fine antique porcelain.
Size: H Finials 173cm H without Finials 163cm W60.5cm D29cm
From our European Collection, a fine pair of Louis XVI style giltwood fauteuils a la reine (Queen's Armchairs), last quarter 19th century circa 1875-1895, constructed with a banded upholstered back surmounted by a carved and gilded laurel wreath above a guilloche (braided interlaced ribbon) banding, flanked on both sides by turret motif finials continuing to outset arms on reeded baluster supports, all above a newly upholstered in red fabric shaped seat, raised on tapering legs...