This is an adorable middle part of the 19th Century Side Chair, originally from Normandy in Northern France, made from beautifully patinaed oak. This lovely piece consists of a thick pierced carved shield shaped seatback standing upon the nicely scrolled and gadrooned seat, all supported by barley twisted legs. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1850-1860. Dimensions 38”high/ 19”seat height/ 16”wide/ 16”deep.
This is a magnificent and beautifully patinaed Buffet made from solid walnut by the second half of the 18th century around the end of the reign of Louis XV. This stunning and massive piece is offering a tremendous storage capacity thanks to a 3-drawer frieze upon a pair of recessed paneled doors mounted with their original escutcheons and lock, revealing a large compartment with shelves all covered by a brownish Provencal fabric...
Antique English Display Case, in carved walnut with glass sides, front and shelves , a large hinged back door and supported by carved legs ending in porcelain casters and joined by a turned stretcher. Circa 1840
Depth of Base 22.25"
This is a very nice Coffee Table from the beginning of the 20th century, consisting of a thick rectangular top sitting on a straight belt supported by boldly sculpted barley twisted legs connected to each other by a matching and lovely bottom stretcher providing stability and sturdiness. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1900-1910. Dimensions 18"high/ 43"long/ 19"deep.
This is an adorable and lovely patinaed Buffet made from solid walnut by the end of the 19th century, topped by its original Orange Var marble (Coming from Le Var in the south of France), sitting upon an elegantly simple facade featuring a couple of drawers above a pair of recessed paneled doors, all accented with floral and acanthus patterns and supported by tapered fluted legs. The interior compartment is spacious and features a single shelf. Locks are in working condition...
This is a beautiful set of six Os de Mouton dining chairs made from solid beech at the beginning of the 20th century, directly inspired of the Louis XIII era more or less three hundred years earlier. Each consisting of tall arched seat back standing upon a large seat supported by an intricately scrolled sheep bone pediment providing stability and sturdiness. Note the adorable turned design above the pediment typical from the north of France...
This is an exquisite Commode made during the second half of the 19th century. This lovely piece is made from solid and nicely patinaed walnut. It consists of an intricately scrolled crossbow-shaped top sitting upon a matching facade providing a total of three drawers, all mounted with their original hardware and offering a spacious storage capacity, while supported by an adorable pediment with cabriole legs on escargot feet. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age...
Pair of Federal Fancy chairs, painted and stenciled design, Baltimore.
This is a very nice Cabinet, commonly called Confiturier (Jam Cabinet) by the French, made from solid pine during the second half of the 19th century. Originally a kitchen piece, today most people convert them into a bathroom cabinet by installing a sink. This deep piece consists of a thick and spacious upper board sitting upon a massive paneled facade providing a large single door revealing a spacious storage area with single shelf. The lock is in working order...
Antique Sheraton Tea Caddy in mahogany, the rectangular top opens to two compartments, with inlaid fan patterae on front and lid and herringbone stringing. English, circa 1780.
Provenance: The Cockrell Collection, Arlington Virginia
7.5" x 4.25" x 4.80" tall
Antique Wiliam and Mary style oak chest-form fuel box, rectangular with a hinged lid and having three false drawers with brass pulls and raised on straight bracket feet. English, circa 1840.
19" x 15.5" x 21" tall
Exceptional Sheraton Tea Chest in satinwood banded in rosewood and with ebony and boxwood stringing: having a rectangular hinged lid with silverplated pull opening to an interior with two fitted tea caddies with oval lids and similar inlaid decoration. English, circa 1790.
8" x 6" x 6" tall
An early American two-part cupboard in red paint. Pennsylvania origin. Late 18th/early 19th century. Size: 48 inches wide x 83.75 inches high x 19.75 inches deep. The upper section with two doors above a lower case with two drawers and two doors.
18th Century Chippendale Riddleback (Pierced Ladderback) Sidechair in mahogany having a canted back above a slip seat and raised on straight champfered legs. English, Circa 1780
22" x 21.5" x 38" tall
Small George III Butlers Tray in nicely figured Yewwood; rectangular with a raised shaped gallery and cut-out handhold. English, circa 1780 on a later stand.
23" x 15.25" x 21.25"
Here is a rare and interesting Trunk built as a chest of drawers, made from solid oak by the end of the 18th century. The large rectangular top sitting on a straight facade with a couple of fake drawers is revealing a large compartment. Note the large bottom drawer just above the intricately scrolled apron offering additional storage. Handles are not original and estimated to be a decade old. Several minor scratched and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1780-1790...
This is a pretty beginning of the 20th century Provencal Coffee Table consisting of a serpentine shaped parquet top made from walnut sitting on a beautiful wrought iron pediment boasting an intricately scrolled work. Minor scratches and dents can be seen on the top due to the age. Circa date 1900-1910. Dimensions 16"high/ 50"long/ 36"wide.
This is an elegantly simple Parisian Pier Mirror boasting an exquisitely patinaed rectangular mahogany frame beautifully embellished with pierced cast bronze crest accenting the upper and bottom parts. The mirror is original and minor tiny dark spots can be see here and there due to the age but nothing obvious. Circa date 1900-1910. Dimensions 70½”high/ 21"wide/ 2"deep.