Large 19th C. French Empire executive desk executed in mahogany with beautiful bronze trim.
This desk was rented by 20th Century Fox and featured in the 2011 film In Time starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Syfried.
32"H x 72"W x 34"D
This is a very nice and large headboard made during the first half of the 19th Century boasting a stunning and beautifully patinaed mahogany after the Empire period. This elegantly simple piece is flanked by boldly turned columns standing on massive ball shaped legs providing stability and support. Very wide this headboard will fit a King size bed. Note several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Dimensions 42”high/ 101”long.
This is a charming second half of the 19th Century Provincial Grandfather clock, made by Leveque at Fecamp at the heart of the Pays de Caux, on the Albaster Coast in the North of France. This adorable piece consists of a lovely scrolled and simple body made from solid pine. The very interesting part comes from the Hammered Brass frame surrounding the enamel face depicting The Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus Riding a Donkey with Joseph following...
This is a lovely beginning of the 20th Century Provencal Headboard made from solid Oak, consisting of a nicely arched cornice adorably accented with floral bronze crest upon the recessed panel. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 57”high/ 55”wide Cornice/ 53"wide Legs.
This is a very nice set of 6 Dining Chairs made from solid walnut by the half of the 20th century, commonly called “Os De Mouton” Chairs due to their sheep’s bone shaped pediment. Each with tall and arched seatback standing upon a large seat, strongly supported by the boldly built pediment below. The upholstery is estimated to be a decade old and is in slightly used condition. Circa date 1950. Dimensions 44"high/ 20"seat height/ 18"wide/ 18"deep.
This is a tall and elegantly simple Bonnetiere made from solid pine during the second half of the 19th century offering a single paneled door revealing a spacious storage area with a couple of shelves and a coat hanger. Note scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Lock is in working condition. Circa date 1870. Dimensions 87”high/ 44”wide with crown/ 40”wide body/ 21”deep.
This is a lovely late 19th Century Facade made from solid pine, which was directly built into the wall, consisting of an elegantly simple frame with flat molded cornice upon a pair of paneled recessed doors. Note several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Lock and key are in working condition. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 45 ¼”high/ 39 ½”wide.
This is a charming middle part of the 19th Century Writing Table made during the Napoleon III period, boasting a beautiful flame mahogany veneer and directly inspired of the Louis XV era more or less a century earlier. This adorable kidney shaped piece is topped by a greenish leather, estimated to be a decade old, sitting upon an elegantly simple belt, highlighted with rosewood inlaid, gracefully supported by cabriole legs adorned with acanthus shaped bronze ormulus...
This is a lovely Cabinet, commonly called Confiturier by the French, made from solid oak at the beginning of the 20th Century and directly inspired of the Louis XIV era more than 200 years earlier. This beautifully patinaed piece offers a straights facade with a single drawer upon a single recessed paneled door, embellished by Diamond’s point design typical from the style. The interior compartment is spacious with a single shelf. Hardware is in original and working order...
This is an adorable late 19th century Side Table consisting of a square top trimmed by delicate moldings sitting upon a straight belt, accented with acanthus rosettes and supported by lovely turned fluted legs connected to each other thanks to a H-shaped stretcher. Note several scratches and dents can be seen all around due to the age. This piece can be actually converted into a stool. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 19”high/ 16”wide/ 16”deep.
This is a rustic painted petite table made from pine by the end of the 19th Century. This charming piece features a single drawer and is supported by 4 simply scrolled saber-shaped legs connected to each other by a bottom shelf. Please note scratches and dents can be seen here and there. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 25"high/ 18"wide/ 14"deep.
High quality Spanish painted iron revival table with thick 1.75 rich marble hexagon top-32.5 inches high-22.25 wide-top comes off for shipping-minor missing paint-ca 1910--certainly in the Oskar Bach style--can be used as coffee table or side table
36" wide, 18" deep, 29,5" high.
Rosewood cross bending on top and skirt
36" wide, 18" deep, 29" high,top is re-veneered
This is a magnificent Armoire made from solid and beautifully patinaed Chestnut by the end of the 19th century, actually custom made in December 1889 in Landerneau (a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France.) by a cabinetmaker named Leborgne as indicated by the small genuine note hidden on the inside of the piece (See last picture)...
This is a very nice Cabinet, commonly called Confiturier by the French, made from solid pine by the end of the 19th century, consisting of a solid rectangular top sitting upon a straight facade with a single recessed paneled door revealing a spacious storage compartment. Note the beautifully paneled sides. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Lock is in working condition. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 34”high/ 37”wide/ 26 ½”deep
This is an elegantly simple pair of Armchairs made from solid walnut by the first quarter of the 20th century, commonly called “Os De Mouton” Chairs due to their sheep’s bone shaped pediment. Each with tall arched seatback standing upon large seat flanked by scrolled armrests. The upholstery is indeed not original and estimated to be a decade old, it is in slightly used condition. Minor scratches and dents can be seen on the frames due to the age. Circa date 1920...
This is an appealing pair of wrought iron Chandeliers, actually candleholders, made at the end of the 19th century, each with elegantly simple lines and three scrolled arms that could be wired into lamps. Note the upper canopies are not original and were replaced or made by the previous owner as well as a couple of chains. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 40”high/ 55”high with chains and canopy/ 26”diameter.