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...
Arts & Crafts Gothic revival bishop's throne chair, oak, early 20th century. Size: 70 inches ht. x 25 inches width x 21 inches depth. An impressive throne chair or bishop's chair fashioned in the English Gothic Revival style. This chair is adorned with carved oak spires, linen fold panelling, Gothic arches with pillars, heraldic shields and tendrils of foliage. The hinged seat reveals a storage compartment below...
Rare pair of small bronze mounted bombe commodes, likely South German, early 19th C. Each 24" wide, 13" deep, 29.5" high.
Rare Chippendale bench, 63" wide, 30" deep, 42" high, having carved front ball and claw legs.
Spectacular 3-piece hardwood 19thc salon set from former Portuguese colony of Goa-composed of three pieces-two matching arm chairs and settee--festooned with lions and peacocks-no repairs-some minor scrapes and rubbing-seats need to be changed-this exotic furniture is rare as it combines Hindu and Portuguese motifs--carving is first class-chairs are 39 inches high-29 inches wide and 28 inches deep-settee is 39 inches high-61 inches wide 28 inches deep--an amazing set to be certain
Fine Antique Renaissance Revival Burled Walnut Canterbury or Whatnot, with a rectangular top shelf with a three quarter pierced gallery supported by pierced vasiform side panels. The lower section with dividers and openwork front, side and back panels above a single drawer and raised on turned feet ending in porcelain castors. English, Circa 1860...
Fine 18th Century Small Scale English Card Table in mahogany, having a hinged top with candlestands at the corners and straight spurred Queen Anne legs ending in pad feet. Both rear legs swing out to support the top when open. George II, circa 1740. (patches to one foot and at rear of top at hinges)
Depth -Closed: 16"
- Open: 32.25"
From our European Collection, a very fine English oak refectory table, late 18th / early 19th century, hand-tooled from solid plank timbers and iron nails, using rustic style hand-carving for design motifs, and with crossbar support on the bottom. This piece has great natural patina to the wood that gives it wonderful character in addition to the charm of its obvious Olde Worlde masculine feel. An excellent example of this style of table making...
This is a lovely primitive Bed built from solid walnut by the end of the 18th century during the Directoire period (era which followed the French Revolution from 2 November 1795 until 10 November 1799), consisting of a straight headboard connected to the H-shaped pediment by straight bars mounted with their original screws. Note several scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1795. Dimensions Overall Bed: 40”high/ 76”long/ 47”wide. Mattress Size: 43””wide/ 70”long.
Louis Philippe Style Antique Mirrored Armoire
Beauty meets function in antique French Louis Philippe style double-door, mirrored armoire constructed of solid walnut with a generous, full-width drawer at its base. Three small interior drawers are hidden bonuses for baubles, bangles or beads. Adjustable shelves. Paneled sides. Perfectly proportioned, this mirrored armoire with original silvering sensuously enhances and magnifies the light and space of any room that it graces...
39" wide, 22" deep, 93" high over the detachable carved cornice of exceptional quality.
Bearing makers stamp of Jean-Gerard Theodore Sar, listed as maitre in 1766 and listed in Maitres Ebebnistes Francais of the 18th C, page 674. in an excellent state of preservation with original and undamaged top and mounts. 49 1/4" 24 3/4" deep, 35.5" high.
This is a breathtaking Bookcase intricately handmade from solid and beautifully patinaed Hungarian oak during the end of the 19th century. This magnificent antique is typical from Liege (Belgium), which was after Paris the second larger city recognized for the high craftsmanship of its Cabinetmakers. The style Liegeois directly inspired from the French styles and periods from King Louis XIII to King Louis XVI is always boasting a stunning and detailed embellishment...
This is a very rustic but appealing Bed made by the end of 18th century from solid pine and originally coming from the Bordeaux area in southwestern France (City is well known for its wine). This beautifully patinaed piece is boasting an intricate embellishment on its headboard depicting flower-heads surrounding a central Cross. Note that the side rails are not original and were apparently replaced by the previous owner. Circa date 1790. Mattress Frame: 37”wide/ 73”long.
A lovely stand of small proportions, very nicely carved, a warm rich honey colour.
It is very sturdy and extremely useful.
Size: H66cm L59.5cm W28cm
A lovely pair with an original ebonised look to them. They have barley twist pillars to each side, the bergere work is original.
One small repair to the back panel, this can be seen in the photographs.
One or two ancient wormholes and slight age related wear to the polish.
In good original condition, they would complement one with historic military interest.
This most decorative Mahogany piece is one of the nicest that I have seen.
A wonderful decorative piece, a few minor bits of age related wear.
Here is a cute painted bed made from solid oak at the beginning of the 20th century consisting of a paneled headboard with a bold cornice simply adorned with acanthus rosette connected to the triple paneled footboard, all supported by tapered turned legs. Note minor scratches here and there due to the age. Dimensions: 55”high/ 77”long/ 56”wide. Mattress Frame: Frame: 74 ¼"Long/ 51 ¾"wide.