This petite orphan sits larger than it looks. Comfortable & inviting with wear appropriate for age. Minor repairs add to the patina and character of this sweet single French club chair.
Dimensions: 31"L x 31"W x 30"H x 19" seat depth
Stunning French mahogany canoe circa 1930's. Just under 15 feet long with solid gunwales and keel. The French call these Canadian canoes although they were built in France between the 1930's-50's. This early version features 1-1/2" wide internal ribs that eliminate the need for lengthwise running boards. The hull is secured with copper and brass nails from the outside in. No damage noted, although it could probably use another coat of marine-grade varnish. Made by, “Rocca” ...click for details
This champagne bucket is truly a unique find. Shaped like a wine glass, we've never seen one in this exact design before. It has a good weight to it, silverplate over brass. Circa 1960's. Measures 13-3/4" tall, 8-1/2" diameter at top, 7-1/4" diameter at the base.
Truly amazing find! This vintage porcelain child's tumbler has the most adorable images of cats and dogs. This one was for a boy named "Gabriel." In wonderful condition with no chips or cracks. From France, circa 1900's-20's. Marked "Mehun, CP & Co, France". Measures approximately 3-1/2" high, 2-1/2" diameter. (Please see my other listings for two others in this set, "Henri" and "Eugene".)
Wonderful champagne ice bucket, or "seau" circa 1950's/60's, from France. To advertise their product, champagne houses would give these buckets to restaurants as a point of sale item, they were not sold. This bucket was never circulated - it is NOS (new old stock). Marked "Duminy" in enamel, "Champagne" & "Ay" Nice rolled handles. Chrome over brass; measures 8" tall 7-3/4" across.
Refurbished French Leather Club Chairs - French Roast Crownback Pair This uniquely shaped model is the most delicious dark “acajou” (mahogany) color.
The flared arms & deep, comfortable seats will make these the most popular chairs in the house.
Circa late 1940’s.
Dimensions: 38” wide, 40” deep, 34” high
Wonderful aqua blue-green color to this vintage French flowerpot. Marked on the bottom, "992, St. Clement-France, 3". A few very minor rough spots along the rim, overall great condition. Measures approx 7" across, 5-3/4" high.