Pair of rare antique 18th century Wan-Li style medium size cabinets with original thick black lacquer and old white-brass fittings; carved with dragon motif. The inside of the cabinets are lined with the original old lacquer. This pair of cabinets with a narrower depth makes it easy to fit in any space where quality and presentation matter. French Polish finish over the original black lacquer.
This very rare and beautiful extra long and narrow 17th century Nan-Mu hardwood table with recessed lattice work as support has an overall rounded design and is well structured with an elegant proportion. It has pedestal style feet with wrap style joinery. Matte French Polish finish in blond color. With old repairs.
Antique Ming style rare hardwood side table from the Qing dynasty; some repair.
Rare small size classical style antique 17-18th century Bai wood table with one small drawer; excellent proportion with higher legs and good carved beaded lines. The small drawer had been re-made. This is a beautiful and rare find!
Rare 17th century large size Gin-Si-Nan-mu (Golden Thread Nan-Mu) scholar's cabinet.
Pennsylvania farm table with two asymmetrical drawers and a two-board top secured with wooden removable pegs. Circa 1800. Walnut and poplar. Size: 57 1/4 inches long x 34 3/8 inches deep x 28 inches ht.
An attractive American Chippendale period slant front desk in yellow birch, with pine secondary wood. Circa 1775-1790. Size: 39.25 inches wide x 19.75 inches deep x 40.5 inches ht. The desk has four graduated drawers with molded lips, supported on an ogee bracket base. The fitted interior features a combination of pigeon holes and drawers arranged around a central prospect door, which conceals a hidden drawer. Probably of a New England origin. Retaining the original brass bail handles...
A Continental lowboy in walnut and walnut veneers. 18th century. Size: 32 3/8 inches wide X 21 1/2 inches deep X 30 inches high. Walnut veneered and cross banded top with line inlay above a long and two short drawers with a boldly scalloped apron and supported by cabriole legs with raised carved shells on the knees and with ball and claw feet. Brasses are later replacements.
This is a primitive and nicely patinaes butcher Table made from solid pine at the beginning of the 18th century during the Louis XIV period. Note several scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1700-1710. Dimensions 29"high/ 47"wide/ 30"deep.
This is a beautiful beginning of the 20th century Country French Dining Table made from a solid and lovely patinaed walnut. This stunning piece consists of a serpentine shaped parquet top extendable thanks to matching pull out leaves located at each end, all sitting upon an adorably scrolled belt accented with floral patterns and supported by boldly sculpted cabriole legs on escargot feet. Minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1910-1920...
Fine American Duncan Phyfe school mahogany games table having rectangular top on turned and carved pedestal set on four downswept members, New York circa 1830. height 29 1/2 inches, width 35 1/4 inches, depth 18 inches opens to a playing surface of 35.5 square.
A lovely beginning of the 18th century Table made from solid beech by the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the beginning of the regency period. Please note that such table was originally a side table, it is we today, who are using such piece as coffee table. This rustic item consists of a rectangular top sitting upon a straight belt supported by turned legs connected to each other by an H-shaped stretcher, all standing on egg shaped feet...
Antique English Victorian Large High-back Windsor Armchair, crafted of yew, ash and elm, a fir-tree pierced shaped splat, the scroll-ended arms on baluster turned front supports, elm saddle seat, on triple ring turned legs joined by a crinoline stretcher. Condition: outer edge of lower splat spliced, one arm with natural split from the front back to the hoop joint, otherwise fine condition. Measuring: 43-1/2” high x 22” deep x 23-1/2” wide (111cm x 57cm x 60cm)...
A New England Drop Leaf Table, circa 1810-1820 of solid cherry with Chestnut secondary wood and a brass drawer pull on a single drawer. Its origin is most likely Connecticut or Massachusetts.
The finish not original, but older and with a warm mellow tone. The structure is sound with no splits or breaks. There is one very small loss at one corner.
The dimensions are: 20 1/2" W.,36" L., 29" H., 16" between the legs, 11 3/8" Leaf width. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
This is a magnificent and impressively sculpted Panel, originally the foot board of a bed, made from solid and exquisitely walnut during the second half of the 19th century. This stunning piece is boasting a breathtaking embellishment, typical of the Louis XV Rococo style, and consists of an arched frame centering a beautiful acanthus shaped medallion surrounding a splendid urn (Commonly called Cassolette by the French)...
72" wide, 34" high of the type made by Hagen, NYC, circa 1880-1910
Unusual Sheraton Work Table in Mahogany with cedar secondary wood and inlaid and banded with rosewood and satinwood, having a rounded rectangular hinged top opening to a well, a ringed turned pillar supported by three downswept legs ending in high toupie feet. English, circa 1790 (repaired cracks to lid)
19" x 17" x 29.25"
Rare American Papier Mache Music Stand by Charles Chinnock , British/American (active 1862-1884), having a shaped adjustable top with painted and mother of pearl inlaid scene of fishermen outside castle walls, a later removable bookrest and an adjustable height pillar and base with stencil and gilt decoration. Retaining a stamped metal patent plaque. Some wear to stencil decoratiion
Top; 16.25" x 13.25"
Table Height: 29"
Max. Height 48.5"