25 1/4" x 30 1/4" x 6 elaborate carved and burnished gilt frame, likely Italian, 18th C.
Regence design but made in America, circa 1890-190. Fine gilding. 24" x 30" x 5"
One front foot facing replaced, otherwise, a very nice cellerette.
Bought and sold as is, lacking pendulum, 26.5" high, 15" wide, 6" deep. Circa 1850-60--listed maker in Baillee Book of clockmakers.
33" wide, 23" deep with leaves down and 29" high, with nice molded leg and drawer set in skirt and retaining original brass pull.
Unique Art Deco tilt-top table-has label that reads REGISTERED DESIGN and the design serial number-condition is excellent with a few nicks on handle-piece is stable closed and opened--table is high design Art Deco with multi colored veneer top--26.5 inches high-19 inches wide
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
This is a beautifully patinaed Parisian Chest of Drawers made during the second half of the 19th century by the end of the reign of Napoleon III, boasting its original Rouge Royal marble sitting upon an elegantly simple step front facade combining mahogany and rosewood veneers. The facade is featuring a total of 3 drawers mounted with bronze hardware, typical of the Louis XVI style from which this commode is inspired. The pediment consists of slightly scrolled cabriole legs with bronze sabots...
This is a large late 19th Century Card Table combining pine and beech, consisting of a rectangular top with inset green felt, sitting upon a straight belt supported by turned tapered fluted legs. The felt is not original and estimated to be a few years old. Note several scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 30”high/ 55”long/ 43 ½”wide
This is an exquisite late 19th century mirror, directly inspired of the Louis XVI style approximately a century earlier and originally coming from Provence (South of France) as indicated by the olive tree branches flanking the heraldic shaped central medallion standing upon a rectangular frame embellished with twisted ribbon pattern. The mirror is original and several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 27”high/ 16”wide.
This is a rare and beautiful Medallion, typical of the Napoleon III era, originally placed above the door frame inside a Hotel Particulier in the Parisian area, consisting of an ebonized back panel made of pine covered by reddish Tortoise highlighted by exquisite and intricate inlaid brass design depicting the classical acanthus and floral patterns proof of the skilled craftsmanship of this period...
This is an elegantly simple and beautifully patinaed Console made by the second half of the 19th century during the Renaissance Revival period combining walnut and oak and highlighted with its original Maurin Green marble (originally coming from les Alpes de Hautes Provence in the South of France, such marble has been used on Napoleon’s Tomb at Les Invalides in Paris), sitting upon a nicely sculpted belt supported by a pair of adorably turned tapered columns lovely embellished with foliate and...
This is a very pretty pair of Provencal Armchairs made from solid beech wood by the beginning of the 20th century, each with floral crest highlighting the serpentine shaped caned seatback standing upon a large pop-up seat flanked by padded armrests, all supported by cabriole legs accented with floral pattern. Note the seats were originally caned at some point and replaced by the current cushions. The upholstery is in slightly used condition. Circa date 1900...
This is a very nice Rococo Vitrine made by the end of the 19th century boasting an intricately sculpted acanthus-shaped cartouche upon a pair of arched glass doors revealing a large display area with 3 shelves. All is supported by a beautiful pediment, highlighted with adorable floral pattern and standing on cabriole legs. Note minor scratches, chips and dents can be seen here and there due to the age The paint is estimated to be a couple of decades old. Hardware is in original condition...
This is a nice set of 6 dining chairs made from solid oak by the beginning of the 20th century, all with tall arched seatback standing upon the wide seat supported by intricately sculpted baluster legs and stretchers providing stability and sturdiness. The upholstery is estimated to be a couple of decades old and would need to be replaced. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 42”high/ 19”seat height/ 19”wide/ 19”deep.
This is a nice middle part of the 19th century Farm Table, made from solid pine and consisting of a large rectangular top sitting upon a thick belt providing a couple of drawers, each located at each end and supported by a sturdy pediment combining straight legs and H-shaped stretcher for stability. Note several scratches, dents, watermarks and other wear can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 31”high/ 75”long/ 34”wide.
This is a lovely corner cabinet made from pine by the middle part of the 19th century, originally coming from Colmars Les Alpes in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in southeastern France. This adorable piece was mostly used as a kitchen cabinet to store cooking utensil. Several minor scratches and dents can be seen all around due to the age. Circa date 1850. Dimensions 36”high/ 36”wide/ 25”deep.
This is a massive lock made during the second half of the 19th century and originally coming from a pair of doors during the Haussmannization of Paris. The key is not original and added later on. The lock is in working order. Circa date 1870. Dimensions 6 ¾"high/ 5 ¾"wide.