19th Century Napoleonic Boulle Cabinet with ebonized detailing and ormolu. Two cabinet doors and one shelf. 50" L 17" D 40" H
Attractive Louis XV Marble Top Bombe Chest. French, late 19th to early 20th Century. Beautiful herringbone inlay and lovely marble top. L. 59" D. 22" H. 36"
Sterling tray with the mark of William Bennett, silversmith in London dated 1808. This Tray bears the inscription “The Gift of John Marsden Esq^r Hornby Castle” surrounding the Marsden family crest. The inscription of John Marsden Esquire and the Hornby Castle gives this tray quite an interesting historical significance...
Fabulous flame mahogany American Empire center table. Lovely scalloped edge and curved lines.
Early to mid 20th Century green and gold handpainted, baroque influenced Italian mirror.
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Pair of fabulous North Italian demilune console cabinets. Exquisite inlay with marble top.
Fabulous designer buffet by Council Furniture out of North Carolina. Original Price from manufacturer originally $10,950.
Fabulous Meji tansu, grogeous iron work and rich tone to the wood. C 1890. 16.5" Deep 35" High 46" Wide
This stunning Italian style inlaid table measures 45" in diameter and 30" high. The table top is comprised of a burl walnut and a light wood inlay. The pedestal is a solid walnut base.
Gorgeous late 18th or early 19th Century French Walnut Buffet with a custom built interior shell that provides storage for flatware, linnens, and other needs in convenient drawers. 23.75"D x 56.5"L x40"H
Pair of Mid Century Ottomans reupholstered in gold silk. Fabulous asian inspired lines.
Early 19th Century American Federal Card Table. Primarily Mahogany with poplar inlay. Possibly Philadelphia. Repair to Mahogany veneer on top.
Fantastic Italian carved oak cassone dated 1749.
Print by the famous 20th Century Abstract Artist Robert Motherwell. Part of the 1979 Beggruen series, signed and numbered 77/100.
Wonderfully executed maritime painting by 20th Century French artist Jean Laurent
Impressive allegorical port scene, flemmish in style. Late 17th or 18th Century, purchased by owners mother while travelling in 1904. Professionally restored and relined by Oberlin's art department.
Fabulous pair of bergeres by designer Michael Taylor. Dusty rose colored velvet with muted, antique gold colored floral patern. Nailhead details and walnut frame.
Impressive piece by William Switzer. Chinoiserie piece with Georgian Lines. Removable Pediment on top to give two different looks and accomodate different ceiling hights. Measurements: 7' Wide 7'3" High (Without Pediment) 8'2" High (With Pediment) 17" Deep