66" wide, 23" deep, 34" high.
Please Take 50% Off The Featured Price. This is a pretty Armoire made from solid pine by the end of the 19th century. This country piece is very convenient thanks to 2 large storage compartments, one with a couple of shelves and one with hanger, standing on the bottom drawer below. Several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 79”high/ 44”wide/ 20”deep.
This a handsome and very decorative round wrought iron chandelier made by the end of the 19th century and mounted with a total of 6 lights, which must be rewired to the US Standard. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 38"high/ 35"diameter
From our European Collection, a charming Rococo sofa, early 20th century circa 1900-1920, probably French, executed with lovely curvilinear lines true to the style, with hand-carved shell-shaped and floral motifs executed into the wood frame, and finished with an elegant but understated two-tone gold on gold damask fabric. The fabric is not original, but is quite likely a re-upholstery job from the 1950's or so, and has survived wonderfully since then...
Exquisite rosewood marble top center table crafted in the 1850s. It is attributed to Joseph Meeks, one of the top cabinet makers in New York of the period. This table is carved on all four sides, each side differently, with beautiful flowers. The knees are also heavily carved, and the center finial is a work of art in itself. The table has always been well cared for, and is in its original finish with the original marble top. It measures 30" tall, 41" wide, and 29" deep...
37" wide, 14" deep with leaves down, 27.5" high. With oval top and six legs.
This is a very nice set of 6 dining chairs made from solid beech at the beginning of the 20th century, each consisting of serpentine-shaped caned seat-back and seat accented by shell and acanthus patterns and supported by boldly sculpted cabriole legs connected to each other by X-shaped stretcher. The paint is estimated to be 10 years old, minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 39"high/ 17 ¼"seat height/ 20"wide/ 16 ¼"deep.
This true English Regency period (1811-1819) mahogany partner's desk, with eighteen working drawers (nine on each side) with working key and the original locks. This very desirable form has excellent patina throughout with a rich, deep, mellow tone to the mahogany wood, and superior patina. The light hunter green leather top is bordered with gilt hand-tooling, which is correct for the period. The desk has beautiful and very heavy brass hand-wrought post and bale hardware...
A nice quality reproduction with deep buttoned green leather cover standing on cabriole legs.
‘Rest your weary legs in comfort’
Size: 37cm by 43cm
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For the equestrian type a most useful and decorative piece. It has a nicely shaped brass carrying handle and down swept feet. I have had this and enjoyed it for the past forty five years but as I am no longer a mounted hunt follower this much admired piece is ready for a new home.
It has just been professionally polished as years of boots and whips took their toll, so now lovely and ready for the next hundred years.
Size: 116.5cm by 61cm
A most fine example and a refreshing change to find one in Walnut veneer which adds an extra dimension of quality.
It has a swivel mirror supported by decorative scrollwork.
An arrangement of six small and one long drawer above a single one.
Standing upon fluted column legs to the front.
A good point is that it is not too wide enabling it to fit into a smaller room and yet its imposing look of grandeur remains.
A lovely piece dating from the height of The British Empire.
Size: H155cm L122c...
This beautiful piece is profusely carved with fruits including pomegranate, grapes, plums, summer flowers and leafy vines. The folding stand is also carved.
Food for thought, whilst writing the description I stood the top on my easel and immediately thought my goodness this would make a most stunning frame!
Another nice feature is that the base folds flat for easy storage.
A nice piece most skilfully made.
Size: 65cm wide
84.5" high. In two parts, nice Chippendale Corner cupboard.
Having a pair of demi-lune ends (shown in the image) and with a drop leaf center section. Each end is 41.5" wide, 19.5" deep, 28.5" high. The table fully assembled is 98" long. Note images show only the two ends.
Provenance available upon request.
Fancy Anglo Indian small desk and matching chair-covered with designed punched silver like metal--chair has elephant motifs to include fresh fabric seat with repeated elephant pattern-no condition problems or repairs-chair is 24 inches wide-34 inches high and 18 inches deep-desk is 30 inches long by 17 inches deep and 28 inches high-richly decorated pieces
Comprising one armchair and five side chairs. Excellent carving on each, slip seats for easy re-upholstery. Circa 1910-25.
From our Fine Arts and Americana Collection, a stunning Early American classical carved mahogany sofa, Philadelphia School circa 1815-1825. With wonderful clean lines, masculine yet very elegant, and with a fantastic grain/burl to the wood, this is a great example of early American craftsmanship from the early days of this then, still rather young country...
From our European Collection, a very fine and elegant Vernis Martin style corner display cabinet, late 19th/early 20th century, probably French. This piece features a three-quarter gallery with a red velvet lined interior (original interior), and inset on the top with a lovely piece of reddish brown marble (also original), nicely veined with whitish / cream colored striations...