A Chinese export carved wood dragon pillar
China, circa 1900
Originally the upright to a plant stand, carved in high relief with deep undercutting to depict the three-clawed dragon amid clouds and fire (now lacking top and foot, small chips); together with a Japanese export pieced soft wood footed base to a shodana, carved and reticulated to the front with flowers and foliage (losses, extensive wear). 
43 3/4in height of pillar
A Regency Brass and Smoke Painted Music Stand attributed to Sébastien Erard, c.1810, the pierced shield-shaped rest with gilt and smoke decoration and with replaced adjustable brass candle arms, on a rising column in the form of an arrow, the metal base of tri-form shape with similar decoration, .Sébastien and Pierre Erard traded from Great Marlborough Street from 1792 and later Little Portland Street where they traded as pianoforte and music stand makers.
An similar music stand can be seen...
H 28 in. x W 40.25 in. x D 22.5 in.
Superb 17th century Spanish Baroque writing table with a single plank of Walnut top. Lovely wrought iron stretcher and lyre legs.
Condition notes: Age worn top. One or two modern scratches on top.
H 37.5 in. x W 26 in. x D 22.5 in.
Lovely pair of French armchairs, dating to the 18th century. Exquisitely carved legs and arms, and floral details. Later upholstery.
From our European Collection, a superb Empire style side-cabinet or "meuble-a-hauteur d'appui," 3rd quarter 19th century circa 1850-1875, constructed of richly finished mahogany surmounted by a white-veined, dark green marble top, and with a key-locked central door (with original key) which opens to interior shelving, all decorated with exquisite ormolu bronze / dore bronze castings which are an absolute tour de force in metalwork...
A very fine and rare Virginia Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid games table, circa 1785-1795. This exceptionally rare central Virginia early Neo-classical, or Federal, late eighteenth century games table is of a D-form architectural plan and exhibits very exuberant and vivid geometric inlays, which burst with color, and shaded inlaid bell-flowers, which trellises down the four-legs. The most probable place of urban origin is Richmond, Virginia...
Antique Korean headside chest called "morijang", made from gorgeous keyaki wood (elm), with dramatic grain on the front panels. Has four drawers along its top and two large hinged doors with original red paper on their inside, opening into the main compartment. Chest has brass hardware including butterfly shaped hinges with a large matching lock in its center and butterfly shaped handle backplates on the drawers. 19th century
Size: 33" height, 41" width, 18.5" depth
Japanese Mizuya kitchen chest, made from Hinoki wood (Japanese cypress), with lattice panels against a honeycomb patterned screen, sliding top panels with copper hardware in a floral design, a lift lid compartment for storing sake, bottom drawers with copper handles, and sliding glass doors opening into large compartment with tea shelf. Late Meiji period ( 1868-1912)
Size: 34.5" height, 25" width, 11.5" depth
This rare and wonderful table was made by John Henry Belter circa 1850-1860. It has a white marble top, and four c-scrolled legs - each one different. There is a dolphin, an eagle, a boar and a hound. The table measures 29" tall x 42" long x 32 3/4" deep. A table exactly like this one sold at Neal Auction in 2003 for $50,000. This is a very rare and wonderful piece of Americana.
Beautiful antique Chinese mother of pearl inlay carved hardwood low square table or stand with inserted marble top.
24 inches tall.
late 19th century or early 20th Century.
An Early wooden kneeling bench.
48 inches LONG by 13 inches HIGH 7.75 inches DEEP
19th Century Chinese rosewood stand with marble top. Measures 18 inches high and 11 inches square. Original condition some old repair work. c1880 Shipping extra. California residents and buyers picking up in California add 9% state sales tax.
A Carved Wood, Child’s Chair, Paris, France circa 1900
The carved back is centered by a shield with three flowers and the shield is surrounded by scrolling fret work. The hinged seat opens to reveal a small well and is raised on cabriole legs headed by a floral motif...
A very fine and rare southern Pembroke mahogany and inlaid Pembroke table, circa 1790-1795, attributed to Norfolk, Virginia, with sash or ovalo top corners. The table is in a remarkable state of preservation, containing no major repairs, flaws or serious repairs...
A Song Longquan Celadon Bowl. Diameter approximately 21 cm. In good condition.
Superb circular occasional table with two tiers and a beautiful burl veneer top panel surrounded with a decorative wood border and a raised metal border, the second tier inset with a round porcelain panel with a enamel floral motif on a white ground and green border. Condition: the bottom tier has an age crack. Age: 19th Century – Size: 27” high x 14 ½” diameter.
An exceptionally fine American Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid bow-front sideboard, circa 1790-1800, with pictorial inlays of bell-flowers, accentuated with pellet drops, the upper leg stiles tipped with shaded urn details, and ivory escutcheons, from the city of Baltimore, circa 1790-1800.
The present sideboard is a quintessential archetype from Maryland that prominently displays the robust and pervasive influence that notable British designers had, such as Thomas Sheraton and George Heppl...
A superior American Federal, or Hepplewhite Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid sideboard, from Baltimore or New York City, circa 1790-1800. The present sideboard is in a remarkable state of preservation, and contains no major repairs or restorations of note...