Fine Quality Renaissance Revival Inlaid and Carved 3- piece Walnut and Burl Bedroom Suite. A very rare early Renaissance Revival example of the brief but important collaborative work by Gustave Herter and August Pottier during their partnership in New York, most likely executed in their building at 59 Beekman Street.
This substantial suite includes the original full size bed, with inlaid panels and inlaid marquetry borders at both the head and footboard...
This is a magnificent first quarter of the 18th Century Buffet made from solid and beautifully patinaed oak at the end of the reign of Louis XIV during the regency period of Philippe II Duke of Orleans who served as Regent of the Kingdom of France from 1715 to 1723 during Louis XV childhood...
This is a tall and adorable late 19th Century Louis XV Rococo Armoire boasting an intricate pierced carved cartouche upon a charming arched facade with single door mounted with chicken wire, standing on a lovely pediment and offering additional storage thanks to an hidden bottom drawer, all supported by heavily sculpted acanthus shaped legs on escargot feet. The interior compartment is spacious with a pair of adjustable shelves. Lock and key and in original and working condition...
This is a very nice Vanity Cabinet made by the second half of the 19th century during the Renaissance revival period consisting of an intricately embellished upper frame surrounding the original beveled mirror standing above a large and deep cabinet, featuring a single paneled recessed door revealing a spacious storage area with single shelf. Note the lovely sculpted twisted columns flanking both pieces. The shelf is not original and has been replaced recently...
This is an elegantly simple Louis XV Rococo Sideboard made by the end of the 19th century from oak, painted maybe a couple of decades ago into a greenish, grayish color...
An interesting pair of Corner Shelves made from solid mahogany by the beginning of the 20th century originally coming from a small Church around Granada in the South of Spain. Minor scratches and dents can be seen. Dimensions 21"high/ 15"wide/ 10 ½"deep.
This is an adorable Vanity made from solid and lovely patinaed cherry at the beginning of the 20th century during the Art Nouveau period, directly inspired of the Louis Philippe era more or less sixty-seventy years earlier. This charming and practical piece is featuring a bordered top supported by turned legs connected to each other thanks to a bottom shelf. Note the very convenient towel holders flanking this table...
This is an exquisitely patinaed and elegantly simple Commode made from solid walnut at the beginning of the 19th Century during the transition from the Directoire to the First Empire of Napoleon celebrating the famous French campaign in Egypt and Syria seen by then and described by Napoleon's propaganda as a huge victory while the truth was unfortunately different...
This is a stunning Biedermeier Armoire made from an exquisitely patinaed cherry by the first quarter of the 19th century. Officially the Biedermeier style and period started in Germany from 1815-1848 and was seen as a simplified interpretation of the French Empire style of the Emperor Napoleon. This elegantly simple piece reveals a couple of spacious storage compartments disclosed by an appealing pair recessed paneled doors...
This is a majestic middle part of the 19th century Buffet, directly inspired of the Renaissance style and made from a beautifully patinaed oak during the Napoleon III period beginning of the Renaissance revival period...
The set is restorated a couple of months ago. We re-upholstered the set with very nice good quality French material.
The set was handmade of very good quality fruit wood in a natural colour and can be used every day, it is sitting very relaxed.
It is very solid and perfectly crafted by a professional maker.
The set was made around 1900-1930.
The measurements are:
The fauteuil: 98 x 72 x 5 cm (39 x 28 x 21 inch)
This most attractive and solid piece is made of older reclaimed timbers of good quality.
It has a lovely arcaded frieze with bulbous turned front legs. A beautiful rich patination, this table would grace the finest of homes. Good condition
L150cm D70cm H90.5cm
This good quality stand is profusely carved with beautiful Prunus flowers and trailing vines.
Standing on four sturdy cabriole legs, joined by a lovely floral stretcher.
The top is inset with a roundel of veined rose marble.
I have two of these available, one larger than the other. I am happy to quote on delivery within the UK, please contact me for a quotation
Size: Height 60cm by Width 33cm
A most impressive chair, beautifully inlaid with winged griffons, lion heads, classical urns and foliage. The back finial has an inlaid satyr within a shield.
Signs of long extinct wormholes. Small very old restorations and age related wear.
This piece could well have been acquired on a Grand Tour in the 1870’s.
Ready to Grace a fine property.
The rectangular top above a stem base with brass figural mounts, one of an eagle and the other of an oriental woman playing a musical instrument.
Standing on three brass claw and ball feet
Height: 73cm x Width 34cm
This pair in my opinion stand out as they are such a lovely shape both to the seat and the back, each nicely carved with a central shield, standing on turned legs with reeded front legs.
Both have a warm rich patina.
Size: H 86cm W 43cm D 41cm
This is a really beautiful trio, lacquered, gilded and painted with floral sprays. The table top is inlaid with mother of pearl.
Highly decorative pieces from the height of the Victorian Empire.
Table: H 70cm D 57cm
Chairs: H 87.5cm W 39.5cm D 37.5cm
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...