32" wide, 23.5" fine quality and with minor in-paint in lower left section. Minor losses and defects but ready for a tray to make a truly first rate low table.
An adorable and elegantly simple end of the 19th century Swedish console made from solid pine. This lovely piece consists of a natural pine rectangular beveled top sitting supported by a pair of painted of turned legs connected to each other thanks to a straight stretcher providing stability and sturdiness. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1890-1900. Dimensions 32"high/ 31½"wide/ 13½"deep.
This is an elegant pair of Armchairs made from solid beech by the beginning of the 20th century. This type of armchairs is commonly called Sheep Bone or Os de Mouton in French, a designation describing the shape of the pediment. Each features a tall arched back standing above a large seat, flanked by nicely scrolled armrests, and is supported by a matching pediment with the four legs connected to each other thanks to a H-shaped stretcher, which is providing stability and sturdiness...
This is a very nice beginning of the 20th century painted gate-leg drop leaf table made from solid beach. The oval top is highlighted with floral bouquet and is supported by a combination of baluster and spool legs. Wear consistent with age and use, some chips can be seen on the paint here and there. Circa 1910-1920. Dimensions open: 30"high/ 44½"long/ 32"deep. dimensions closed 30"high/ 32"long/ 12"deep.
This is an adorable side table made from solid oak at the beginning of the 20th century. This charming piece is directly inspired of the Louis XV era and is originally coming from the north of France. It consists of a square top sitting upon a straight and gadrooned belt gracefully standing on lovely scrolled cabriole legs connected to each other thanks to a bottom shelf providing stability and sturdiness. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1910-1920. Dimensions 29"high/ 15½"wide/ 15"deep.
Kylix form with two handles, making this an ideal Mantel ornament having gilt bronze mounts. Good quality. 5.5" x 6.5" x 14" high.
With paint restored. A good period armchair.
A very pretty and decorative Art Nouveau Chandelier made at the beginning of the 20th century and originally coming from the south of France. This lovely piece consists a colorful turtle back frame, beautifully highlighted with a bottom frieze mounted with stain glasses and mother of pearls depicting olive tree branches. This lovely chandelier has been rewired and features a US standard socket. Light-bulb is not included. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1910-1920...
Intricate handmade marquetry box that has a geometric design made with colored woods. So much hand work is involved in this intricacy. Tiny little arrows, tiny lines, and tiny square pieces make up these patterns. Amazing!
Rectangular light weight wood box with hinged lid makes up the foundation of the box. This foundation box is then veneered with a patterned tropical looking wood. The veneer is further set off by a patterned marquetry on the lid and front...
Exceptional antique English Regency Collectors Cabinet in nicely figured mahogany; rectangular with two paneled doors opening to twelve graduated small drawers and the whole with shaped skirts and ebonized ball feet. Circa 1815
13.5" x 7.75" x 15.25" tall
Console D’Époque Louis XV, a two-legged French wall table, carved of oak, painted and parcel gilt edge decorations and “Rouge de Rance” Marble-Top. A shaped and polished serpentine top above a foliate and floral garland pierced frieze, raised on acanthine carved C-scroll legs joined by a decorative stretcher and ending in pointed square toes. Painted in shades of sage green and umber with relief details in gold leaf.
Condition: Refreshed decoration...
34.5" x 19" x 29" high. Having shaped skirt and two board top with notched corners, stockinged feet, replaced brass hardware.
Provenance Sotheby's Americana sale NYC.
Having blocked ends and good ogee bracket feet,
Provenance Sothebys NY.
41" x 21" deep and 34" high. White pine secondary woods.
Old refinish, brass hardware antique but not the original set.
Typical small Kramer urns, ready to be repainted if desired. Different sizes, similar design.
Priced for the two of them
Having suppressed ball standard and dish rim, choice small size, Pennsylvania, having old mend at one ankle, old finish.
28" diameter and 29" high. Top not original to iron base. Heavy cast iron base with later paint.
29" wide, having pull out drawer, an ideal bedside table. Note shrinkage cracks to top and sides. Wooden knobs.
Having slightly different armchairs, mostly original rush seats but with paint decoration enhanced.
Comprising two armchairs and four side chairs.
Likely New York, circa 1810-25. See a related set in the Boscobel collection.