17.5" x 19" x 36" includes bronze mounts.
This is a charming second part of the 18th century Colored Engraving drawn for King Louis XVI depicting the Port de Marseille (South of France). This piece was drawn by Nicolas Ozanne (Marine Engineer of the King) and engraved by Yves Le Gouaz. Circa date 1776. Dimensions 9 ¾”high/ 11 ½”wide.
A very well made and unusual cradle with supports for hanging. The design elements suggest a big city cabinet maker, the classical Greek key and lyre, the Gothic piercing at the top and the Japanese design influence on the supports would be from a cabinetmaker in a major city...
Exceptional 18th Century Demilune Gamestable in birch with rosewood banding; having a hinged top opening to a baise lined playing surface, with both back legs swinging out to support the top. The skirt is similarly banded with rosewood and the tapered legs have ebony stringing and brass cuffs.
Circa 1790, possibly Scandinavian.
Depth Closed: 17.5"
This is an elegantly simple pair of armchairs made from solid walnut by the end of the 19th century and directly inspired of the Directoire period approximately a century earlier. Each is adorably adorned from the seatback to the large seat flanked by padded armrests, both covered with yellow upholstery, which is in used condition and might need to be replaced. The pediment consists of lovely turned legs. Minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1880...
29.5" x 19.5" deep, 30" high, having gameboard top that flips to bear match pollard elm veneer top and with short drawer for game pieces on right side of each side, the inside made for Parcheesi. Possibly made by Gillows, extraordinary quality.
Rare pair of small bronze mounted bombe commodes, likely South German, early 19th C. Each 24" wide, 13" deep, 29.5" high.
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...
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...
39" wide, 22" deep, 93" high over the detachable carved cornice of exceptional quality.
IN 18th C style, painted and decorated two part bookcase, 36" wide, a7" deep, 78.5" high.
Fine set with figured mahogany and leather treads, complete with original pot and cover.
71.5" wide, 27 1/4" deep, 35 3/4" high. Having faded patina and nice inlaid fans and ovals.
13" wide, 5.5" deep, 12" high. Pine seco0ndary. Likely New England.