31" x 25" overall and this is an extraordinary mirror. Original back and mirror plates. This mirror was widely reproduced in the 19th C and this is the first authentic model I have owned in perhaps 5 years.
Can be reupholstered in leather for best look. Having carved flower heads and spade feet.
WMF Jugendstil Art Nouveau Secessionist Photograph Frame, Germany C.1905. The rare design pewter frame of horizontal rectangular shape with elongated open panel triangular panel lower frieze, the surround of frame festoon wreath and greek key design. Original leather back and easel. WMF marks and numbered 316. Exterior measurements: approximately 11 x 5.0 inches. Interior measurements: approximately 7 x 4 inches.
WMF Jugendstil Secessionist Silver plate Jewellery Box, Germany, C.1900. The box of rectangular shape on four turned stylised supports, conforming in style to cornices and decoration of sides and concave dome shape hinged cover with hemispherical handle. Interior lined with blue velvet. WMF marks on underside and numbered 10 on interior. Measures: 5.5 X 4 X 5 inches.
W.M.F Art Nouveau Silver Plate Frame, Germany C.1910. The Frame of tapered plain form accented with stylised scroll, bead and foliate design, centering an oval compartment for photograph. WMF marks. Original back. Measures: 9 x 6 inches. Interior : 5.25 x 3.25 inches. Photo not included
This is a pretty dining table made from solid and nicely patinaed oak at the beginning of the 20th century. This table is originally coming from Brest in Brittany, northwestern France (We will advise you to google the name of the city to see beautiful pictures of the area). This elegantly simple table consists of a thick rectangular top supported by a pair of trestle legs connected to each other by a double wrought iron stretchers providing stability and sturdiness...
This is a beautiful set of 6 dining chairs made from solid and exquisitely patinaed oak by the the beginning of the 20th century. Such chairs are originally coming from Brittany in northwestern France. Each chair is boasting a stunning backrest with an intricate embellishment depicting floral and wheat patterns surrounding the central spindle wheel...
With its original powder puff made with either cygnet (baby swan) or gosling (baby goose) down, this American brilliant cut glass dresser box measures 5" diameter, 3" high. The lid is sterling silver and does has some dents around the edges. The cut glass is perfect.
This is a nice set of 10 massive dining chairs made from solid oak by the end of the 19th century during the Renaissance revival period. This set is originally coming from the city of Caen in northern France's Normandy region. Each with tall back, highlighted with round finial, standing upon a large squared seat supported by boldly sculpted front legs, which are connected to the the straight back legs by an H-shaped stretcher...
pottery Vietnam 1225 - 1400 . High foot plate, 3.3cm high, 11.8cm diameter
This is a pretty Italian military box made from solid beech during the second half of the 18th century. This type of box was often given as a gift to celebrate the graduation of cavalry cadets. The box is decorated with hand painting patterns depicting hearts and foliage surrounding the central medallion with a cavalryman and the inscription Anno 1775. Wear consistent with age and use. Note the hinges on the doors are not original and were replaced at some point. Circa date 1775...
Antique Napoleon III Ebonized Carved Wood Wall Bracket with Ormolu Mounts. French, circa 1860.
18" x 9.5" x 1.5" tall
Fine 18th Century English Tilt-top Tea Table in mahogany having a circular top supported by a turned pillar with spiral carved urn and three cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Circa 1760.
Diam: 27" Height 28"
American Federal Candlestand in Cherry, having an oval top, turned pedestal and three downswept, tapered legs. Circa 1790, probably New England.
Top: 13.5 x 17"
Pair English Regency Mahogany Side Chairs, with Feather back splat, straight tapered legs with pad feet, Ca. 1830, 34 1/2" high overall, 19 1/2" seat height, 19" wide-front part of seat, new upholstered seat, very clean ready to use them in your home.
This is a nice and decorative armchair made by the end of the 19th century during the Renaissance revival period following the Napoleon III era. This elegantly simple chair consists of a straight rectangular caned back, highlighted by an acanthus shaped crest, standing upon the trapeze shaped seat supported by a lovely pediment composed of turned legs connected to the back legs by an H-shaped stretcher. Note the cabriole shaped armrests. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa date 1880-1890...
A beautiful and very decorative Italian Rococo crest made from solid and nicely patinaed walnut by the end of the 19th century. This piece is boasting an impressive combination of acanthus and floral patterns surrounding an intricately sculpted trellis design. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1880-1890. Dimensions 13 ½"high/ 38 ½"wide.
A very handsome and hard-to-find George III navette form mahogany peat bucket. Bound with five brass bands, it still has its original brass bail or handle. This peat bucket is in excellent antique condition and appears to be all original. Measures 14.5 inches wide, 13.25" at highest point on side and dates circa 1780.