This pretty two-tiered etagere table in the French Louis XV style dates from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century. It is crafted from kingwood and rosewood and feature foliate marquetry inlay on both tiers. It has brass molding and foliate and figural dore bronze mounts and sabots. The table measures 36" tall, 31" wide and 20" deep.
This wonderfully unique antique table in the French Empire style, circa 1880s, features a rim carved with neoclassical scenes, and porcelain charger in the Sevres style featuring the painted busts of Roman females, and raised tazza depicting Roman warrior on horseback. Measures approximately 35" tall. This is the only table of its kind we have seen in over ten years which features a raised tazza. We have found no hallmarks, and the maker is unknown.
This extraordinary and large Louis XV period table dates from the mid-late 18th century, and features elaborate foliate carved designs and marble top. Its condition is very good, with wear and prior restorations consistent with age and use. Marble top may be later, and has abrasions, some small losses and restorations. The stretcher has some losses, cracks and restored cracks and breaks as evidenced by visible glue residue on underside. Some small areas have been infilled...
This pair of Napoleon III period (mid-late nineteenth century) ebonzed jardinieres have a circular top with pierced brass gallery, with three shaped legs with mounts depicting birds clenching swags of chain, stretcher with turned finial and additional mounts and swag chains, and are distinguished for their extraordinary hand-painted wooden lids that depict song birds in nature, surrounded by a ribbon of inlaid marquetry with mother of pearl, with pair of brass handles...
This lovely Louis XV revival commode dates from the late 19th century, and features an ebonized finish and extensive ormolu bronze mounts of organic design, and dark green marble top. Measures approximately 60" wide, 34" high and 22.5" deep.
Included here are matching commodes in the English Hepplewhite or Sheraton style, featuring satin wood banding and beautiful marquetry designs, including neoclassical urns on left and right, fan on top at the rear, and large circles on the central doors. There are no keys. They are of English origin and date from the second quarter of the 20th century. Condition of each is very good. There are noticeable scratches, nicks, dents, and wear that is all consistent with age and use...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : French : Revival : Pre 1910 item #1232010 (stock #ha-1541)
This pair of antique commodes, circa 1900, feature beautiful floral and starburst inlaid designs, gilt bronze mounts and variegated rose and white colored marble tops. Measures: 45.5" wide, 19" deep and 36.25" tall (116 by 48 by 92 cm).
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : French : Revival : Pre 1910 item #1232004 (stock #ha-1533)
This beautiful cylinder desk in the style of Jean-François Leleu (1729-1807) dates from circa 1890, and is in very good condition. Its craftsmanship, including the quality of the gilt bronze mounts, is of a very high quality, comparable to the work of the best French cabinet makers of the late 19th/early 20th century such as Francois Linke and Joseph E. Zwiener. Measures: 47.25" wide, 22.75" deep, 49" tall (120 by 58 by 124 cm).
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1080261 (stock #ha-1064)
This unique round, wooden occasional table features pierced decorations on the skirt, and a metal center panel decorated with cloisonne enamel and depicting rose flowers, butterfly and floral vines. Measures 25.2" across and 29.6" tall. Remnants of an old Japanese label on the underside is not decipherable. This table dates from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1078672 (stock #raphael-045)
This is an exceptional antique Aesthetic Movement, Japanned twig occasional or serving table. Measures 28" high and top measures 30" wide by 17" deep. Condition is excellent. Top features a black lacquered finish with red, gold and yellow floral designs. Structure is an "X" leg design with lower platform stretcher decorated in the same fashion as the top. Top has handles on the left and right sides.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1078657 (stock #raphael-052)
This fabulous antique, ebonized and newly upholstered chair is believed to date from circa 1870-1880 or possibly earlier. Possibly English in origin. Features elements of Easthetic Movement style, including the ebonized finish, spaced ball turnings of the legs, rectangular back, and organic scrolled designs of the crestrail. Measures 35 7/8" high by 17" wide by 15 1/2" high. Features new padding and upholstery in neutral color with black geometric pattern...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1920 item #1078655 (stock #raphael-038)
This lovely antique ebonized armchair has its original hand-painted golden floral decoration and rush seat. Made by the Grand Ledge Chair Company of Grand Ledge MI, it's an exceptional example of American Fancy painted furniture in the Aesthetic style. Measures 33.75" high by 23" wide by 22.5" deep. This chair dates from no earlier than 1885...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1078652 (stock #raphael-030)
This unique Brighton Pavilion style bamboo mirror likely dates from the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 36" wide by 36" tall by 7" deep. Candle platforms feature their original leather paper surfaces, and the left and right panels feature lovely lacquered floral designs. Beveled mirror is not original. There are no other known restorations or repairs of any kind. Rear carries a stamped mark that reads " M & C " and " No...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1078650 (stock #raphael-031)
This unique Brighton Pavilion style bamboo and glass display cabinet likely dates from the early to mid 19th century, or possibly as late as the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 55.75" high by 26.5" wide by 15.5" deep. Interior features beautiful red and gold paper decoration, and top features a lovely lacquered floral design. Original door pull. Mirror is certainly old but doesn't appear to be original. There are no other known restorations or repairs of any kind.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1078648 (stock #raphael-017)
This lovely Brighton Pavilion style bamboo cane table likely dates from the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 28 3/8" high by 25 3/4" wide by 18" deep. Top features a beautiful floral lacquered design and stretcher shelf features its original decorated leather paper. Top has a crack running lengthwise. Table is structurally sound.
This oak dining table dates from the early 20th century. It features a parquet design with ebony string inlay along the edges, and pedestal with hand-hammered metal base with metal florette motif. Metal is believed to brass or copper. Without leaves, table measures 71.25" long, 47" wide and 30" high. With two leaves (each 24" long) the table extends to 119.25" (9 feet 11.25 inches). Table has two pairs of turned legs that drop down to support the leaves. Leaves are not original...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1920 item #957060 (stock #levin-286)
Included here are four antique industrial steel pallets with their original wooden planks. They each measure 30" square and 8" high and have been stacked in our image to create a unique side table. Pairs may be stacked to create a cocktail or coffee table 16" in height. These items reside with our client near Hudson NY and may be seen in person by appointment.
This extraordinary middle eastern wooden screen is believed to date from the early twentieth century, and features some of the most extensive and exceptional mother-of-pearl, ebony and bone inlay we have ever seen. Motifs are generally Islamic and geometric. In addition to the inlaid decoration, the curved tops feature a row of turned spindles, and the center panels feature intricate latticework crafted from assembled spindles. It stands 80" tall and each panel measures 24" wide...