This elegant and comfortable settee was crafted in 19th century France and features beautiful cut velvet upholstery in a gorgeous botanical print and goldenrod color. The carved walnut frame is rich in tone and has deep curving trim, florals, and scrollwork. The wood has aged well and now has a handsome patinated finish. This seating is very comfortable and the plush seat cushion is removable. This sturdy settee is in great condition and supported by wonderfully shaped legs. Seat height is 14 ½” without the cushion and 19 ¾” with the cushion. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A fantastic and regal French Louis XV style painted fauteuil recently upholstered. The painted gold frames have been carved with exquisite craftsmanship and feature intricate cross hatch designs, florals, rosettes, acanthus leaves and vining. The upholstery is plush deep orange velvet with gold trim held securely in place all around with well patinated brass nailheads. Classically French in design and very comfortable. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. Seat height is 16”.
This flirty pair of French walnut bergeres is in wonderful antique condition. The frames are 19th century, hand carved with a deep trim and scrolling arms. Upholstered in plush emerald green velvet with a gold rick rack trim with additional upholstery on the exterior sides, skirt, and back. These sturdy chairs are supported by curving and slightly splayed hand-carved legs. The walnut frames are rich toned, well patinated and just gleam. Seat height is 18 ¼”with the cushion. Sold as a pair only. Their broad shapes, enclosed backs, and long arms make these chairs a comfortable place to relax. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the quality craftsmanship. Seat height without cushion: 15 ¾”.
A fine French 19th century Louis XVI style hall or window bench featuring carved bolster ends over a newly upholstered olive green velvet seat and padded arm rests. All with a regal vintage tape trim. A hand-carved shaped stretcher with decorative finial connects to four finely turned legs and gives additional support. Throughout the entire piece are wonderful carvings of acanthus leaves and rosettes as well as fluting and trim. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this stylish bench. Seat height 16 ⅛”.
This wonderful Empire commode was created in 19th century France, circa 1830. Topped with its original marble top with gorgeous colors of charcoal, beige, and a touch of ochre and displaying rounded front corners. The apron houses a wide drawer with a simple large shield escutcheon plate. Similar escutcheons are found on the remaining three lower drawers which each feature a pair of highly decorative cast brass round pulls. No key is present for this piece. Recently cleaned and painted a washed sky blue that pairs well with the brass hardware. Columns flank the wide drawers and end on tall blocked feet giving this piece an impressive profile. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this lovely Empire style case piece.
A wonderful vintage hand forged wrought-iron folding stool with vintage scalloped edge fabric. A hand-forged twisty and curling X-base with connecting stretcher is topped with plush goldenrod colored fabric. For use as a portable seat or side table. Solid construction, functionality, and a great look that would be a perfect addition to any room. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
A chic French vintage brass and glass coffee table from France to elevate any living space. The mirror edged glass top is original and has wear and foxing around the edges which creates an excellent effect. The tiered and stepped brass frame is accented throughout with chrome and has stylish geometric detailing on the corners. Divided into three table tops this glamorous table has no shortage of display space or room for drinks and napkins. Make sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A fabulous vintage set of three French brass and glass side tables with mid-century style. Their frames are made of polished brass and feature squared legs and modern clean lines. Snuggly enclosed in brass, the beveled glass tops are in good antique condition and are removable. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look and this glamorous set.
Individual Table Dimensions:
17” H x 21” W x 14 ⅝” D
15” H x 17 ¾” W x 14 ⅝” D
13” H x 14 ¾” W x 14 ¾” D
A fabulous vintage set of three French brass and glass side tables with unique flair. Their frames are made of patinated brass supported by lucite cylindrical legs with decorative brass caps. Snuggly enclosed in brass, the beveled glass tops are in good antique condition and are removable. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look and this glamorous set.
Larger table measurements: 18 ⅜” H x 26 ½” W x 15 ½” D
Pair of smaller tables measurements: 15 ⅝” H x 23 ⅜” W x 15 ½” D
A French Louis XVI style carved and painted bergère à oreilles circa 1860 featuring charming details and vintage upholstery. Elegant and eye-catching this chair is as much a conversation piece as it is a comfortable seat. The bergère’s upper rail flaunts carvings of lambs tongue patterns, gold gilt and edged in deep green paint. Accented with acanthus leaves, rosettes, and petite beads that add an element of sophistication and are a representation of classic French craftsmanship. The comfortable cushion and back are covered in a vintage ecru silk fabric with raised dots throughout. Four fluted and tapered legs provide a sturdy and stylish base. A perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality, be sure to view all the images for a closer look. Seat height 17 ¾”.
This classically designed bistro bar table is the perfect way to elevate any small dining space or bar room. Originally made popular during Paris’ Belle Époque, marble bistro tables such as this one, continue to be used in restaurants and bistros throughout France and other parts of Europe. This solid marble top and iron base table was constructed in the same manner as the originals, over 100 years ago. Features an antiqued, seamless brass band which encompasses the rim of the white marble. The base features the same detail taken from an original early 20th century French bistro table. The marble is securely fixed to the table using heavy duty steel prongs used under the table top to hold the marble to the base. Suitable for use indoors or out. If used outside, tarnishing may occur to the brass band. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
This fantastic Parisian solid rosewood and walnut commode was crafted in 18th century France circa 1740. In great antique condition- the original marble top with a modeled edge is shaped according to the body of the piece. The rosewood and walnut body has a great patina that compliments the bold brass drop pulls and elaborate scrolling escutcheons. No key is present. Three large drawers showcase a shaped front and scrolling scalloped trim. A decoratively carved and shaped skirt is attached to cabriole legs that end in fabulous hoof feet. Cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the quality craftsmanship of this rare commode.
A French solid fruitwood corner cabinet that will add a bit more storage space without taking up too much room. Hand-crafted in the 19th century around 1850, this is a wonderful find with decorative ebony inlay trim and its original shaped marble top. The body is curved at the front with two paneled doors that open to an interior with an adjustable shelf that measures 21 ⅜” deep in the center and 28 ¾” wide. Scrolling brass shield escutcheons adorn the front and one key is present for the workable lock. The fruitwood has been polished to show off its colorful tones and patina which pair well with deep ebony inlay trim and swags. The whole sits on sturdy blocked feet. In excellent antique condition. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look at this unique cabinet.
An early 19th century French Louis XV style gold giltwood 3-piece parlor salon suite. This lovely set includes a settee and two armchairs. All pieces feature vintage moire silk upholstery in a stunning pattern with florals and stripes, ribbon trim, scrollwork on intricately carved frames, patinated gold gilt finish, curving lines, shaped legs, and quality French craftsmanship. Very comfortable but due to age these pieces should not be used in your main seating area. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details.
Settee measurements: 40” H x 81” W x 25 ¼” D; Seat height: 20”
Chair measurements: 37 ⅝” H x 27 ⅝” W x 23” D; Seat height: 16 ¼”
A fabulous vintage set of French brass and glass coffee and side tables with unique flair. Their frames are made of brass and supported by metal faux finished cylindrical legs with decorative brass caps. Snuggly enclosed in brass, the glass top surface does have some visible signs of wear, as to be expected with age and use. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look and this glamorous set.
A vintage Empire style side table handcrafted in France. A wonderful square piece of emerald green marble featuring black veining and hazy white patterns sits atop a cast iron base with elongated legs topped with brass open wing swans and ending in fabulous cast brass paw feet. Four legs are joined by a ‘X’ frame stretcher with circular brass accents. Tall and elegant this table would be a wonderful addition to any interior and could be used as a side table, end table or drinks table. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This fantastic stool is the perfect antique to dress up any space. Hand-crafted in France in the 19th century this stool has been recently upholstered in a soft black and white herringbone wool fabric surrounded with elegant metallic ribbon trim held securely in place by well patinated brass nailheads. The recently painted X frame showcases hand carved elements throughout. The curvy legs are joined by a stretcher for added support and end in fantastic paw feet.This Renaissance style French stool will be an elegant addition to any interior. Use as a stool, footstool, or small end table near a sofa or armchair in a living room, bedroom or library. Make sure to look through all the images to get a closer look.
A beautiful French brass low table with a deep green polished marble top, circa 1970, featuring expertly turned and fluted legs connected to a curved stretcher with a decorative finial. Vibrant and wonderfully patinated. This fantastic little table would make the perfect coffee or cocktail table. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A pair of 18th century Louis XV style oak frame chairs. Upholstered with burgundy velvet fabric, the seat height is 16 ¾” without the cushion and 19 ⅛” with the cushion. The caning is in overall great condition, stained to match the rich oak. There is a repair on one of the seats in the caning. Flower carvings on the shaped back beautifully match those on the skirt and legs and there are wonderful paw carvings on the padded arms. The French cabriole legs are lightly carved and provide level support. Comfortable and wide, these chairs are perfect for any living space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
An eye-catching and very comfortable French vintage Art Deco style parlor set with settee and two chairs. Sand colored velvet covers the entire set featuring classic shapes and plush fringe. A wonderful combination of comfort and composition, this elegant set would go perfectly in any living space. The upholstery is in an antique condition consistent with age and wear. Seat height of each piece is 13”. Make sure to view all the images.
Settee measurements: 31 ⅜” H x 59” W x 23 ⅝” D
Chair measurements: 31 ⅛” H x 29 ½” W x 22 ½”D
A pair of French Maison Charles tiered side tables in patinated brass and glass made in Mid-Century France. Beautiful with fluted legs topped with faceted finials. The glass is in good antique condition and is sleek with rounded corners. A very elegant set that can pair well with various interior styles. Stamped on the original casters with “Charles”, “Made in France”. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
A smart mahogany desk – with leather writing surface – from 20th Century France. The worn black leather top is in antique condition with embossed gold tooling at its edge. Two roomy drawers are housed within the apron and one recent polished brass bail handle with scrolling florals adorn each of the deep drawers. The whole is raised on long tapering legs that end in smart brass caps. Knee clearance: 23 ½”. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details and current condition of this antique.
This demilune console was hand-crafted in France during the early part of 19th century in the style of Louis XVI. Topped with its original piece of white marble that has been professionally repaired and is surrounded by a 3/4th pierced brass gallery. The apron houses one true drawer flanked by a pair of rounded end faux drawers. The paneled drawer fronts feature a simple brass inset escutcheon and round brass drawer pulls. No key is present. Below is a wonderful shaped and mirrored lower shelf with a full brass gallery edge. Tapered and fluted legs terminate into brass capped feet. Make sure to view all images to get a closer look at the details of this wonderful table.
A French 19th century drop leaf extending dining table crafted from walnut that has gained a fantastic patina. The top sits over a simple apron supported with six wonderfully turned legs on patinated brass caps. Each drop leaf has a wood support that pulls out from under the table. The dimensions of the table with leaves down: 30”H x 49 ⅛” W x 26”D. When leaves are up the table measures 49”W. The leaves for the extension are missing but could be fabricated to fit. The leaf gap is 69 ¼”. Fully extended, this table is an amazing 117” wide. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this great casual dining table.
This lovely antique bonnetiere, made of solid oak of varying tones and textures, was carved and constructed in 18th century France, circa 1750. This wonderful cabinet features a single tall door that closes before its interior. The door is decorated with shaped deeply carved panels hung on long steel barrel hinges, and it has a working lock that is controlled with its single key. The interior has five adjustable shelves and a small middle drawer with three partitions. The interior is lined with honey colored contact paper in a set Provencal pattern featuring red accent flowers, most likely installed in the last 30 – 40 years, in good condition. This wonderful antique would make a perfect little pantry or storage cabinet. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details and current condition of this antique.
A French 19th century commode that has been painted with a faux bois finish that simulates grain wood. This case piece features a smooth wood top, three wide drawers with elaborate cornucopia escutcheon plates and round brass pulls with encircling neoclassical designs. No key is present. The base is supported by sturdy banded and turned feet. Simply elegant and full of charm this commode with ample storage space would be a great addition to any home. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
Made in France, this wonderful antique can play double duty. This demilune console table sits wonderfully against a wall or the top flips open to a round smooth table surface for dining or playing games.. Rich, expressive mahogany and tapering legs make this game table truly elegant. A fourth leg extends from the back of the console, revealing a hidden drawer that can be used to store chips, cards and game pieces, and provides the support for the opened top. When opened, the table is round with the dimensions 29 ¼” H x 44-½”Diameter, Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A sophisticated set that includes a French 19th century oak bergere and ottoman. Fluted legs, indicative of the Louis XVI style, support each broad cushioned piece with slender elegance. The sturdy oak frames of each are deeply carved, molded and trimmed and have a well patinated wood finish that gleams. Comfortable cushions on each wide seat and durable ivory colored upholstery make this set easy to incorporate into any existing home decor. The worn fabric is in good condition with some staining and discoloration, as to be expected with age and use. Comfortable and deep, the seat height is 18 ½” with the cushion. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this handsome set.
Dimensions Chair: 36 ¼”H x 29 ¾”W x 34”D
Dimensions Ottoman: 18 ½” H x 29 ½” W x 25 ½” D
An elongated solid fruitwood extending dining table hand-crafted in 19th century France circa 1850. Beautiful wood grain, rich tones, and a range of textures give the smooth tabletop its abundant character. The sleek hand-carved apron features a single petite drawer accessed by a wooden pull. Four long tapering legs support the massive top which has two leaves on either side that slide 32 ½ inches out giving the table a total width of 138 ½”. This table adds simple elegance to any room and its great craftsmanship and functionality make it an excellent find. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This striking deep green marble carved pedestal is classically beautiful and very sturdy. It’s worn in all the right places and brings age and patina to any interior. Perfect for housing a sculpture or plant and easy to use all over the house. Be sure to scroll through all the images to see its detailed carvings and gorgeous color. The top is removable for transport and slides over a metal rod attached to its base.
A sleek and simple French solid oak corner cabinet that will add a bit more storage space without taking up too much room. Hand-crafted in the 19th century around 1860, this is a custom piece that was built into a corner with a beautiful removable marble top. The body is curved at the front with two paneled doors that open to an interior with a fixed shelf that measures 19 ⅝” deep in the center . One key is present for the workable lock. The walnut has been polished to show off its unique grain pattern, rich tones, and patina. The whole sits on a curved plinth base. In excellent antique condition. Make sure to view the detailed images. The left and right sides are equal and measure 25 ¼” W.
A French Empire buffet hand-crafted in France circa 1850. The plank top is smooth and showcases the beauty of the wood tone and grain patterns. The apron houses three drawers, the center one being more petite and can lock. Three keys are present to open both that drawer and the two bottom paneled doors that open to reveal one long shelf and ample room for storage. The front doors are flanked by handsome, turned and polished columns that follow down to sturdy blocked feet. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This unique Louis Philippe antique is made of beautifully figured walnut and the interior has been recently painted and pairs well with the tones of the walnut and can be seen through the glass double doors. One key is present for the doors working lock. Three adjustable shelves are housed within the interior and measure 16” deep. Fabulous burl veneer wows in the crown and base of this stylish piece.The whole has gained a great amount of patina and will add an abundance of charm to any space. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look.
This elegant petite 19th century Louis XVI style gueridon is the perfect addition to any home decor style. A beautiful white marble top with a brass gallery edge sits on the rich mahogany base. Three elongated chamfered legs follow down to nicely turned arrow feet and are connected by a demilune stretcher for lasting stability. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This French 18th century armoire in the Louis XV style has a fantastic dark oak finish and gorgeous hand carved details. A shaped cornice sits above elaborately paneled doors on long steel barrel hinges. This piece retains its original locking systems and one key. The doors unlock to reveal a large storage cavity with three natural oak finish adjustable shelves that measure 20 ⅜” deep. This incredible storage piece is highly decorative with multi panels, molded edges, elaborate scroll trim and hand-carved shell and starfish accents. In wonderful antique condition, it has gained a fine patina and sits sturdily on thick scrolled legs that connect with a heavily detailed apron that’s design is also included on each of the sides. Make sure to take a look at the detailed images to get a closer look.
This handsome armchair was crafted in 19th century France from solid oak and recently upholstered in a creamy ivory fabric.The fabric is tightly secured to the frame with staples and is ready for new upholstery that pairs with your interior or a custom slipcover. Its regal high back and deep cushioning make this chair very comfortable. Scrolling arms and turned, fluted front legs showcase the quality craftsmanship. Seat: 15” H. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. Seat height: 15”.
An elegant 19th century French Restauration console with its original removable piece of St Anne marble. The beautiful marble top sits over a thick shaped base, making its profile classic of the Restauration period. Thick flame mahogany veneer has rich coloring and compliments well with thoughtful neoclassical brass accents. The entire design of this table has a hint of decadence all the way down to the paw feet accents. A hidden drawer is concealed in the apron for storage. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. The marble top has been recently repaired.
This wonderful French 19th century, solid walnut semainier is the perfect way to add more organizational storage to your space without sacrificing style. The design of the semainier was originally created in the 18th Century with 7 drawers to hold a week’s supply of clothing. It’s gained a beautiful patina since its creation circa 1830. Seven drawers each feature brass lion head pulls and simple escutcheons. No key is present. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste, the drawers easily open. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This magnificent 19th century French semainier is the perfect way to add more storage to your space without sacrificing style or square footage. Semainiers were originally created in the 18th Century with 7 drawers to hold a week’s supply of clothing. Finished with a rich mahogany veneer and chamfered corners, it’s gained a beautiful patina since it was crafted circa 1830. Seven drawers each feature a pair of brass pulls and elaborate brass escutcheon plates with paired griffons. One key is included for all seven working locks. The entire piece is flanked by elegant caryatid corners and tapers down to wonderfully detailed paw feet, key elements of the Empire style. It has been recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great condition of this antique.
A divine 19th century mahogany secrétaire à abattant from France, circa 1810. This desk has an exceptional black marble top resting above a single drawer disguised into the apron. Just underneath is another more visible top drawer with polished brass lion’s head pulls and striking brass shield escutcheons that feature paired griffons. These stylized escutcheons follow down to be found on the bottom drawers and one key is included for all five functioning locks. Under both top drawers the front of the desk folds forward to reveal a work area inset with vibrant orange leather elegantly detailed with gold tooling. The leather is in great antique condition making this a comfortable place to work. When open, you can see the theatre is equipped with five drawers with round brass sunburst pulls and a large open cubby partitioned with arches and columns with the center housing carved stairs that can be removed to reveal a private storage space. With the desk down the maximum depth is 22 ½”; the writing surface is 34 ¼” W x 30”H. This Empire-style secretary features eye-catching bookmatched mahogany and traditional neoclassical columns down each side with decorative brass capitals and bases. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this marvelous antique.
A gorgeous solid walnut buffet a deux corps, hand-crafted in the Restauration style, in 1870s France. The buffet is composed of two bodies: an upper and lower. The upper body is outfitted with two fixed shelves inside that measure 14 ¾” deep. The trimmed and paneled top doors contain a working lock and one large key. The lower body is slightly deeper and has an interior cavity with a single fixed shelf that measures 21 ⅛” deep. These doors are secured with a magnetic latch. Both sets of doors have wonderful inlaid diamond pattern escutcheons. The apron houses three small drawers, the center one is petite and opens with a polished brass round pull centered in a lovely cartouche. The other two drawers slide easily and open with turned and trimmed wooden pulls. This is a handsome case antique that will provide bountiful storage and beauty to any room it graces. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition and wonderful details of this highly functional antique.
A charming solid walnut buffet hand-crafted in France at the beginning of the reign of Louis Philippe duc d’Orléans, circa 1830. A gorgeously patinated plank top with a molded edge sits over a long shaped frieze drawer with a trimmed wooden pull and two paneled doors fixed with an oval brass escutcheon plate with beaded surround. One key is present and remains in the lock for ease of use. The two doors open to a single storage cavity with one removable shelf with a depth of 19 ⅜”. Raised on block feet this buffet is tall, sturdy, and built for longevity. Its timeless style would work well with almost any interior. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great patina and wonderful craftsmanship of this handsome buffet.
Dazzling bookmatched veneer and figured fruitwood make this 19th century French Empire style enfilade truly stunning. Hand-crafted in France circa 1850, this enfilade features a gorgeous, smooth, well patinated top with a deep molded edge which sits atop three frieze drawers found in the sleek front apron. Below are three interior cavities with the center being larger than the other two. All are concealed behind beautifully paneled doors that showcase incredible patterns in bookmatched veneer and simple inset brass escutcheons. Two keys are included for the working locks, one for the top drawers and one for the bottom cabinets. The left center door locks with a hidden latch. Each bottom cabinet contains one adjustable shelf that measures 18 7⁄8” deep. The paneled doors are flanked with large, elegant and polished columns, a hallmark of the Empire style. Each column has an etched brass encircled capital and sturdy well turned bases that support the whole. Beautiful honeyed tones in the fruitwood and interesting grain patterns makes this enfilade a real show stopper. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details.
An early 19th Century French Louis XVI style commode made of beautifully toned walnut. Hand-crafted in France circa 1810, its original shaped black marble top has white and gray tiny patterns that resemble the night sky, and it sits over five drawers decorated with brass shield escutcheons and angular brass drop pulls. One key is present to open all locks. This dignified case piece showcases a gorgeous wood grain and honeyed tones. Iconic of the Louis XVI style this piece features two well turned fluted columns flanking the long drawers, each ending in long toupie feet. The patina of the wood is truly beautiful, be sure to look at all the images to see the details and current condition of this handsome antique commode.
A petite 19th Century Louis XVI style commode hand-crafted in France circa 1860. This stylish case piece is made of mahogany and topped with its original, removable, shaped marble top that has incredibly gorgeous gray patterns throughout. A bank of three drawers with brass trimmed paneling are all fitted with simple brass escutcheon plates and attractive angular brass drop pulls. One key is present and opens all three working locks. Rounded fluted corners flank the drawers that are topped with decorative brass appliques with repeating neoclassical patterns. The whole is raised on front toupie feet topped with ornamental brass, a classic element of Louis XVI style. The sides of this case piece are handsomely paneled and trimmed adding to its all over appeal. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details of this splendid antique commode.
An elegant Empire style commode from 19th century France, circa 1840. The stunning smooth wood top is well patinated and showcases the gorgeous honeyed tones of the walnut. A hidden frieze drawer within the apron slides easily and allows for extra storage space. Three lower drawers with fine walnut grain patterns on their fronts all have simple brass escutcheons and round brass pulls edged with a lovely repeating neoclassical pattern. No key is present, however the brass knobs make the drawers slide easily. A wonderful patina enriches the entire piece which is sturdy and stands on shaped block feet. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the details and current condition of this handsome commode.
A French 19th Century Louis XVI style commode made of beautiful mahogany and topped with its original show-stopping piece of marble. Hand-crafted in France circa 1830, its shaped marble top contains the most beautiful colors of ochre, charcoal, and cream with a display of exquisite patterns throughout. Follow down to three wide drawers decorated with beribboned brass escutcheons and circular brass drop pulls. No key is present, However, the drop ring pulls make the drawers easy to open. This dignified case piece showcases a gorgeous wood grain and a handsome paneled profile. Iconic of the Louis XVI style, two well turned fluted columns flank the long drawers, each ending in turned arrow feet. The patina of the wood is truly beautiful, be sure to look at all the images to see the details and current condition of this handsome antique commode.
A fantastic set of Josef Hoffmann Vienna Secession style chairs. These chairs feature bentwood construction with attractive simple, clean lines and plenty of negative space. Pierced ladder backs, side stretchers and wide barrel shapes, key design elements of Josef Hoffman style furniture, are present in this set. Striking with glossy black bentwood components offset by seats and backs upholstered in buttery soft yellow, faux elephant skin sueded fabric. Very comfortable. Would work well with retro or modern decor. No maker’s marks or labels. Circa 1960. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at these unique and fabulous Hoffmann chairs. Seat height 16 ⅜”.
A beautiful 19th century French mahogany Louis Philippe style commode, circa 1840. The original removable marble top is in superb antique condition and has canted corners shaped to match the base. The marble is gorgeous with dramatic charcoal, gray, and white patterns throughout. Four bookmatched veneer mahogany drawers provide plenty of storage space. The top frieze drawer is easy to open with a provided key and round decorative brass pulls are provided to open the lower three drawers. The piece is supported on a plinth base and has beautiful woodwork on the sides as well as the front. Cleaned with French wax paste this case piece is ready for immediate use. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this handsome flame mahogany commode.
A robust, solid oak extending dining table hand-crafted in 17th century France circa 1680. Gnarled knots, beautiful grain, and an incredible range of textures give the thick tabletop its abundant character. The decorative hand-carved apron features repeating, recessed fluted carvings framed by scalloped trim. Four substantial legs support the massive top which has two leaves on either side that slide 10 ¾ inches on either side giving the table a total depth of 51 ⅝”. Massive turned baluster legs are joined by a low stretcher that not only braces the table, ensuring its stability, but also provides an additional noticeable design feature. This table will add a rich and bold statement to any room and its great craftsmanship ensures that it can be used for another 300 years. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This fantastic petite stool is the perfect antique to dress up any space. Hand-crafted in France circa 1850, this stool is upholstered in green velvet with a beautiful needlepoint runner in the center and surrounded with ribbon trim covering the nailheads holding it securely in place. The solid mahogany X frame showcases hand carved elements throughout. The curvy legs are joined by an elegant turned stretcher for added support and end in scrolling feet on demilune supports.This Renaissance style French stool will be an elegant addition used as stool, footstool, or small end table near a sofa or armchair in a living room, bedroom or library. Make sure to look through all the photos to get a better view of this wonderful stool.
A 19th century French solid oak side table in a dark finish with a triangular shaped top, shaped apron, and tapering legs that end in delightful hoof feet. The polished top has a molded and trimmed edge and is well patinated with deep grooves and knots in the attractive oak wood grain. The apron is scalloped with thick trim which pairs well with three elegant hand-carved legs. The table is light and easy to move around, very sturdy, and in a condition with wear consistent with age and use. This table will make a great addition to a tasteful home, and will look fantastic in a living room, hallway, game room, or study. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details and current condition of this wonderful antique table.
A fabulous set of four Mid-Century modern dining chairs made in France circa 1960. These beautiful chairs are in excellent condition and feature gilded silver and gold accented metal frames that are extremely sturdy while showcasing a sleek design.The elongated backrests are slightly shaped for good back support while presenting an elegant profile. The seats are made with cushions upholstered in worn sage green velvet and they are oh so comfortable. With fluid lines and geometric shapes these vintage chairs made in mid-century France are ideal for complementing a wide range of dining room styles from Art Deco to classically modern to Futurist. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at these chairs. Sold as a set only. Seat height 17 ½”.
An impressive solid walnut secretaire a abattant from 19th century France. This specialized antique serves a distinct function as a writing desk, while also providing excellent storage in its series of drawers and cabinets. One large drawer that opens with handsome geometric brass drop pulls is situated above the main interior cavity which houses the desk unit. This drawer does not lock. A large panel door unfolds to reveal a tooled leather topped work surface with a 27 ⅞” clearance to the floor when laid down. This door locks and one key is present for it. It is supported with metal brackets that stow away into the body when closed. Inside, there are six small drawers and various pigeon holes which aid in organization. Beneath the work surface are two cabinet doors with paneled fronts that feature round brass pulls. One key is present for the cabinet’s working lock. The secretaire has attractive fluted and paneled sides and is lifted on elegant tapering feet. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this marvelous antique. Open Depth: 37 ½”
A French oak nightstand or bedside table with delightful Art Deco style elements. This petite storage piece features a removable marble top with lovely patterns and veining atop a single top drawer with original round metal pull above an open recessed shelf that measures 13 ⅝” deep, and a lower cabinet that opens to more storage space measuring 11 ⅝” deep. The entire piece is molded and trimmed and has nicely paneled sides.The whole rests on a wonderful stepped plinth base and has the most attractive colors and patterns in the wood grain. This night stand or lamp table would look superb in a variety of rooms and would work perfectly in either a traditional or contemporary setting. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this darling Art Deco style piece.
A French 19th century walnut demi-lune console table with hinged flip-top and tapering legs. An elegant and functional designed table to use as a dining or game table. The lift top opens on long steel hinges to reveal a smooth, gorgeous playing or dining surface that showcases the wonderful wood grain pattern of the walnut and the table’s rich patina. A beautiful quality table that is versatile and space saving. When fully open the diameter of the table measures 44.25 inches. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look. Closed dimensions: 29 ¼” H x 45 ¼” W x 22 ¼” D. Open Dimensions: 28 ½” H x 45 ¼” W x 44 ¼” D
A charming and quite comfortable French 18th Century Louis XV period side chair with original tapestry. A camel hump top rail follows down to a shaped seat above a channel carved walnut scalloped apron ending in cabriole legs and scrolled feet. Upholstered in the original tapestry fabric featuring a lush pastoral scene in earth colors affixed with round patinated brass nailheads. The cushion and backrest are both still amply padded and comfortable after well over 200 years of use! Sturdy and original with classic French style, this wonderful antique chair is a fantastic find. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details. Seat height 16 ½” .
A lovely petite Louis XVI-style marble-top table with gold gilt finish and beautiful hand-carved details. A shaped white marble top with subtle veining sits atop a painted and gilt base with a shaped and trimmed apron featuring intricately carved half shell motifs resting in acanthus leaves and flanked by scrolls, florals and more acanthus on the corners and sides. Raised on slender curved and tapered legs joined by a shaped lower shelf that provides additional storage space and stability. Of beautiful proportions and elegant line, this petite table can be placed in any room of your home and moved around depending on your needs. Its wonderful patina, gold gilt, and beautiful marble top make it extremely decorative and suitable alongside antique and modern furnishings. Be sure to view all the images to see the hand-carved details and current condition.
A custom made Parsons style table hand-crafted from poplar. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this console table features a clean and contemporary design and colorful faux marble finish. A sleek and versatile table, designed to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home while providing practical display options. This sturdy table was built to last and would be a stylish and functional addition to any space. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A 19th century French Empire mahogany semainier featuring artful neoclassical hardware. Hand-crafted in France circa 1810, this semainier is fitted with seven drawers to provide a drawer of clothing or lingerie for every day of the week. A beautiful piece of subtly veined white marble sits atop this case piece’s rectilinear designed architectural body inspired by ancient Greek and Roman concepts. The top hidden frieze drawer sits below bold molding and is adorned with a large and lustrous brass winged neo-classical figure in its center. Beneath and flanked by finely turned columns with etched brass capitals and bases are the remaining six drawers that open easily and have working locks. One key is present. Each of the six drawers has sizable floral and foliate escutcheons and cast brass drawer pulls that feature gorgeous relief florals and grapes. The solid body is finished out with a plinth base and sturdy turreted feet. This elegant semainier is an excellent way to provide lots of storage without taking up alot of floor space, and it provides it with style. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details.