A gorgeous antique solid fruitwood buffet a deux corps, made in the Louis Philippe style, from 1840s France. The buffet is composed of two bodies: an upper and lower. The upper body is outfitted with two fixed shelves inside. The linear panel doors contain a working lock and feature wonderfully carved wooden escutcheons. The lower body is slightly deeper and has an interior cavity with a single fixed shelf. This can also be secured with its functioning lock and key. The apron houses two small drawers, each accessed with a key, although only the drawer to the right has a functioning lock. Four keys total. 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 close look at the current condition of this antique.
A beautifully patinated fruitwood commode from 19th Century France. The antique is composed of four total drawers, with the topmost drawer hidden in the antique’s apron. Three additional drawers are found below, all with outstanding, more recent, cast brass pulls and escutcheons in the Empire style. None of the drawers have functioning locks and no keys are present. The traditionally styled Louis Philippe commode is lifted by small turned front feet. Be sure to view the detailed images for a close look at the current condition of this antique.
A convertible demilune console-to-game table – made in the Empire style – in 19th Century France. When closed, the table functions as a striking demilune console, bedecked in outstanding gilt brass ormolu. A drawer extends from the back of the antique which has a fifth leg attached. Extending this drawer enables the demilune-shaped top to be unfolded and provides the support for the opened round top – along with a space to keep cards, chips and tokens! When opened, the table has the dimensions: 29-⅛”H x 42-½” diameter. A brass band surrounds the table’s edge and the unfurled surface is topped in green felt: an ideal fabric on which to play cards. Tapered legs lift the table and conclude in brass capped feet with casters. Be sure to view the detailed images for a close look at the current condition of this antique.
Beautifully book-matched mahogany veneer finishes this spectacular Louis Philippe style commode from 19th Century France. Numerous fossil inclusions can be found throughout the commode’s original gray marble top. The antique consists of four drawers which are all accessed using a single key. While the top and bottom drawers do not have functioning locks, the middle two drawers do, and can be secured. Be sure to view the detailed images for a close look at the current condition of this antique.
In 18th and 19th century Europe, sacristy or vestment cabinets were used to store liturgical garments, robes, wine and other articles associated primarily with the Christian religion. This superb and rare vestment cabinet made of solid oak is composed of 10 three foot drawers. These large drawers were used to store vestments from the priests. Each long drawer across the front has two pulls each and all drawers slide easily. The smaller faced drawers are the same depth as the longer ones. Beautifully figured with trim around the drawers and side panels that showcases the high quality craftsmanship of this historic church piece. Shield brass escutcheon plates adorn the keyholes, no keys included. Heavy, solid and sturdy with a beautiful rich oak patina this piece is raised on block feet to stand at counter height. There are so many versatile uses with this piece for today’s home or business. It would be perfect for an artist or seamstress or photographer, as office, study, or library storage, linen storage, or as an entry or foyer “statement piece”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A beautiful solid walnut buffet, made in France circa 1790. The case antique is made with Provincial charm and style with burl walnut panels set into the shapely carved doors. These doors are hung with steel barrel hinges and can be secured with its working lock and single key. Cut steel escutcheons grace the door fronts and surround the keyhole. Rounded front corners sport carved details and conclude in short cabriole feet which are united by a shaped skirt. The interior is outfitted with a single fixed shelf.
A truly stunning Louis Philippe style mahogany commode walnut crafted in France circa 1870. Five bookmatched drawers provide plenty of storage space. The top surface showcases the wood grain perfectly. The top drawer is beautifully paneled while the center three feature more recently added brass pulls. The fifth drawer is hidden within the lowest portion. Canted corners give the whole a wonderful shape. 1 key is included for the top lock. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A handsome petite Empire style bookcase from France, circa 1850. Crafted from warm and patinated mahogany with a more recently painted interior in Farrow & Ball Oval Room blue paint. A delicate floral piece of ormolu surmounts the glass front doors. The paneled doors feature palm inspired escutcheons and a functioning lock. One decorative key is included. Turned columns flank the doors and showcase engraved brass capitals and bases. The interior houses 4 saw-tooth adjustable shelves that measure 13-¼” deep. Bullet shaped feet raise the whole. Make sure to view all of the images to get a closer look at the details and condition.
This Louis Philippe style commode is crafted from stunning burl mahogany. The charcoal and white St Anne Gris marble top is original to the piece and has rounded front corners. The apron houses a hidden drawer atop three of the strikingly bookmatched drawers. Three are fit with more recent Empire style pulls and escutcheons that are quite elaborate and lustrous. One key is included for all three functioning locks. Circa 1860. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.
A classically designed Directoire period commode, crafted in France during the 1790s. Composed of solid walnut that’s gained a fantastic patina. The shaped top showcases the hardwood grain beautifully. A bank of 5 drawers all feature functioning locks, 2 keys are included and work for all. Easy to use brass pulls easily open all but the top center drawer. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste to revitalize the whole. Fluted joinery adorns every corner and terminates with simple feet. Make sure to view all of the images to get a closer look at the current condition of the stately case piece.
A fantastic fruitwood Buffet A Deux Corps from France, crafted during the 1850s. A sharp cornice surmounts a pair of paneled doors with brass escutcheons and a functioning lock. The tops’ interior houses four removable shelves that measure 12-½” deep and 7” deep. The bottom mirrors the top in style, also with a functioning lock. A single removable shelf that measures 21-⅛” deep is within the bottom storage. Carved columns flank and bisects each door and give it a nice touch of handcrafted detail. Raised on block feet. The hardwood has gained a nice patina. 2 keys are included. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
An eye-catching Gustavian buffet from Sweden that brings a unique life to any space with its colorful original paint. The top is surrounded by a carved and painted 3/4th gallery. The front doors have been painted in lovely blue tones and bordered with a vibrant green and worn red that makes the blue really pop. The interior is painted white and houses a nice amount of preordained organization with two drawers. The whole is raised slightly on tapered feet. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
A breathtaking hand carved ebony cabinet with over the top marquetry designs! Built in the 1790’s this rare and fine breakfront bookcase is in outstanding antique condition. All the doors display hand rolled glass panes sounded in detailed inlay. All of the doors have functioning clock keys and locks, something we have never seen before! The door fronts have the most remarkable designs depicting overflowing scrolling baskets of flowers. The interior painted black shelves in the top measure 13-¾”deep. The lower shelf measures 13-⅝”deep. Three keys are included for all of the functioning locks. The whole is raised on bun feet. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the wonderful craftsmanship and wear. This antique is not one to miss!
A handsome bookmatched walnut commode from France crafted during the 1830s. Composed in the Empire style. The apron houses a hidden drawer above a bank of three equally sized drawers below. Each drawer front is fixed with a pair of lustrous circular pulls and escutcheon depicting roses and a butterfly. Turned columns flank the drawers and have bronze capitals and bases. The whole is raised on block feet. Make sure to view all of the images to get a closer look at the details and current condition.
A gorgeous demilune enfilade crafted in France during the 1880s. This piece is all about the Empirically styled details and distinctive burl veneer. The original stunning marble top is shaped to fit the base. The apron houses four drawers with swan and floral drop ring pulls. Each drawer is lined with green felt and the two center drawers feature permanent organization that’s perfect for serving utensils. All of the lower doors unlock to reveal a removable, finished shelf. The burled mahogany veneer has been repaired in some places, adding to its antique charm without taking away from the quality of the whole. Decorative brass caped feet provide continued protection and are quite unique. Make sure to view all of the images to get a closer look at the wonderful details throughout this case piece. Two keys are present, we recommend keeping the center door key inside that lock as the pin tends to sag and could be difficult to connect once the key has been taken out.
This stunning armoire de mariage was crafted in France during the 1800s from richly toned solid oak. The ornately carved motifs represent the wishes of wealth and prosperity for the new couple. The cornice has an impressively carved woven basket overflowing with flowers and pomegranates that serves as the nest for a pair of doves meant to represent the new couple. Swirling acanthus leaves with flowers flank the basket beautifully and are meant to represent fertility. The top of the wonderfully paneled doors display well carved grapes on the vine to represent abundance. Each of the doors center is carved with gardening motifs meant to represent wealth: the left showcases a lush basket of fruit, flowers, and wheat while the right has a watering can, ladder, sickle, and shovel. This piece is a fantastic example of the traditional gift from the bride’s parents. Large steel barrel hinges support the hefty doors. A sizable key unlocks the doors to reveal a storage space with 3 adjustable shelves- one being the top for a drawer. Make sure to view all of the photographs to see the incredibly detailed craftsmanship.
This French 19th Century bookmatched mahogany commode is in wonderful antique condition. Its original charcoal and white marble top fits perfectly over the base. This commode houses four drawers for plenty of storage. The top drawer is hidden in the apron, the following three drawers are fixed with a pair of decorative cast brass that depict an urn overflowing with flowers and decorative floral escutcheons.The second of these decorative drawers has a functioning lock. Column forms flank the drawers and feature brass capitals and bases. Make sure to view all of the images to get a closer look at the details.
A great Louis XVI style enfilade from 19th century France. The original worn marble top is white and is shaped to fit the base and this smart cabinet. Just below the marble is a linear bank of four drawers all fit with geometric brass pulls. The lower paneled doors open to a single storage cavity with one fixed shelf. The whole is raised on simply turned feet with brass caps for continued protection. Fluted joinery and rounded corners are staples of the Louis XVI style. Circa 1890. The marble top and vibrant fruitwood have aged wonderfully. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at the details.
A unique Louis XVperiod, circa 1750, carved oak presentation buffet in wonderful antique condition. The front doors showcase carved embellishments and decorative escutcheons. The left hand side doors interior latch is quite impressive and the top lock is functional. Four removable shelves are housed within the top. The apron houses a large paneled drawer that contains a permanent partition down the center. The lower doors’ lock no longer functions, but is held closed with a magnetic clasp and forged iron latch that mirrors the one within the top. The whole sits flush to the ground on a plinth base. One key is included. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great patina and quality craftsmanship.
We love this Louis XVI style mahogany vitrine from France, crafted during the 1870s. Topped with an antique piece of red marble that is surrounded by a pierced brass gallery. Three sides feature the original glass to showcase your collection within the interior. Worn red velvet upholstery perfectly compliments the richness in the wood tone and the stone top. Three removable shelves are housed within the interior and are 9-⅞” deep. One key is included for the functioning lock and serves as the pull. The whole is raised on wonderfully turned feet with brass caps. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at its current condition and great craftsmanship.
A charming solid oak buffet a deux corps crafted in France during the 19th century. A large molded cornice sits over the top of three paneled doors and are all fixed with shield shaped escutcheons. They all open to a single storage cavity with two removable shelves with a depth of 9-⅞”. The top portion is 52” tall. The lower portion is 37-⅝” tall and features three drawers within the apron. Each drawer features a shield escutcheon and a pair of brass pulls. Mirroring the top- three lower paneled doors have shield escutcheons and open to a single storage space with one removable shelf. Raised on block feet. Each door has a functioning lock, the 6 keys are included. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great patina and wonderful craftsmanship.
This solid oak coffer from the 1720s is full of gorgeous hand carved details and a wonderful patina. Swirling acanthus leaves and florals beautifully adorn the facade. Four columns break up the front motif. A small candle box with a hinging top is housed within the interior, great for easy to lose items. Perfect as a coffee table or at the foot of a bed to store a variety of blankets, games, or sweaters. One key is included for the functioning lock. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this one of a kind storage piece.
This fabulous little table was crafted in the 1850s from richly toned and bookmatched mahogany. The beveled top resembles a tray and is perfect for a small entryway or next to a sofa. Two drawers are housed within the apron; the top lock no longer works but does still open using the key as a pull, the bottom lock is functioning. A wonderfully shaped lower shelf connects with flirty, cabriole legs. The whole is sturdy and has gained a fine patina. Finished on all sides, giving it the ability to float in a room. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at its current condition.
This darling commode was crafted from a richly toned walnut during the 1880s in France. The whole has been recently cleaned and waxed with French wax paste and showcases a fine patina. A bank of three drawers compose the petite body. The top drawer is fit with a functioning lock and includes a key while the lower drawers feature a simply turned wooden pull. The whole is raised on turned fit that finish with ballpoint feet. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the current condition.
A wonderful breakfront commode crafted from mahogany, marble, and brass in the style of Louis XVI. The shaped marble is original over a hardwood body. A decorative escutcheon and a pair of drop ring pulls adorn each drawer front. Rounded and fluted corners finish with turned, brass capped feet. The whole has gained a great patina since its creation circa 1850. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A great petite inlay commode from 19th century France. Topped with a shaped piece of marble that is removable.Canted corners and drawer fronts showcase the geometric inlay design. Cast brass drop ring pulls make it easy to open the drawers. No keys are included. The whole is raised on cabriole legs. It has gained a great patina over the years with lots of authentic charm. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look.
A wonderfully carved style solid fruitwood confiture or jelly cabinet is circa 1800. The small cabinet is outfitted with a single drawer and a single door. The top drawer has a cast brass drop-ring pull. The door has a working lock, brass escutcheon, and is hung on barrel hinges. The door is styled with a carved panel, reflecting its Louis XV design. It closes before an interior that is complete with a single removable shelf. The confiture’s skirt is shaped, with curves that continue into its shaped feet. One key is included for the functioning lock. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.
A stately Louis XVI style mahogany commode from 19th century France. Its original charcoal and white, shaped marble top is removable. A bank of three drawers are inset with brass paneling and easy to use brass hardware. The locks no longer function. The top drawer features three preordained sections to help keep smaller things organized. Rounded front corners feature an inset brass stamped plate and fluting. The whole is raised on turned legs with brass caps. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
This Louis XVI style commode is made of mahogany, circa 1800, and topped with a shaped piece of Belgian Blue stone. A bank of three drawers with inset brass paneling are all fit with easy to use brass hardware. Each drawer features a functioning lock with one key included. Rounded, fluted corners flank the drawers. The whole is raised on turned feet, classic for the Louis XVI style. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A gorgeous solid oak enfilade in the style of Louis XIII. The hardwood has gained a fantastic patina. The apron houses three drawers with deep paneling and worn metal pulls with floral styling. Three doors feature beautiful gem cut panels with iron escutcheon plates and functioning locks, 3 keys are included. Behind the doors is a single storage cavity with two adjustable shelves. Each finished shelf is seamlessly cut into three equal sections so you can customize the organization to your liking. The shelves are 17-⅝” deep. The whole is raised on turned, bun feet. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look.
This French armoire is full of show-stopping carvings! A wonderfully rounded cornice sits above a pair of carved paneled doors that are bisected by an eye-catching twisting motif. Interesting brass escutcheons depict hearts and spoked wheels.Three fixed shelves are housed within the interior- two of which serve as the top of a drawer. The shelves measure 16-⅞”D. For the functioning lock one key is included. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this fantastic case piece. Circa 1890.
A wonderfully provincial Louis XV style armoire, handcrafted from solid walnut during the 19th century. A Chapeau de Gendarme cornice tops two doors with shapely carved panels creating a gorgeous façade with style-matching, recessed panels. They are hung on large steel barrel hinges with a Greek Key styled escutcheon plate and close before a massive storage space with two adjustable shelves that measure 21-¾” deep. The sinuous lines of the scalloped apron continue to the antique’s carved escargot feet in classic Louis XV-style. A single key works the lock on the door and acts as the pull. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This Directoire enfilade is a great way to add more storage to any space. Topped with its original, shaped stone top that has been professionally repaired in two places- though it’s difficult to tell due to the movement of the stone. All four lower paneled doors showcase an intricately carved perimeter and floral escutcheon. All storage cavities support a single removable shelf. The center compartment houses two lengthy drawers. Raised on short, fluted feet with brass caps. Polished with French wax paste. All locks are functional; three keys are included. Make sure to view the detailed images.
A great Louis XVI style mahogany commode from the 19th century. The original red and white marble sits over a bank of four drawers. All drawers are fixed with a pair of rectangular pulls and a simple keyhole- no key is present. However the drawers are easy to open with the brass pulls. The interior of the top drawer is divided into three sections. Turreted fluted corners terminate at turned feet. Make sure to view the detailed images. Circa 1880.
A fantastic fruitwood enfilade from 19th century France. The beautiful solid wood case antique has a linear composition with subtle curved details, indicative of the Louis Philippe style. Three shaped-front drawers are housed within the apron and feature brass pulls. Three paneled doors feature diamond shaped escutcheons. Both locks are functioning- one key is included. A single removable shelf is housed within the interior. The body is raised by wonderfully shaped block feet. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the fine patina and current condition of this great storage piece.
This darling petite commode was crafted in France, circa 1880, from a mix of vibrant woods. The top features a 3/4th gallery and molded edge. Three drawers each have a pair of simple brass pulls and an oval escutcheon. The top drawer neatly hides a writing surface that slides over a compartment to store stationery as well as preordained spaces for pens and an inkwell. Having been recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste, each drawer easily opens. The whole is raised on square, tapered legs. No keys are present. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
This one of a kind armoire was custom made to showcase the fabulous pair of 19th century painted boiserie panels that now serve as the doors. Boiserie panels rose in popularity during the 18th century as a way to emulate the grandeur of the French nobility, but they also served many practical purposes like heat insulation and noise control. A marvelous, dawn- hued scene overlooking a vast countryside depicts a variety of avian species in the foreground. Antiqued brass hardware perfectly compliments the colorscape of the paintings. The left door features an interior hook to hold it closed while the right is secured with a strong magnetic door catch. The interior is painted a warm walnut color and easily houses 5 adjustable shelves with a depth of 14”. The exterior was painted to match the existing color of the door panels. The whole is slightly raised on bracket feet and adds a nice shape to the overall body. Make sure to look through all of the photographs to get a closer look at the fabulous details throughout this towering armoire.
An amazing burl commode from France crafted circa 1750. The charcoal and white marble top is absolutely stunning. The geometric inlay work throughout the piece is in wonderful condition, still flush with the burl without any visible damage. Each deep drawer showcases a pair of decorative drop ring pulls and a floral escutcheon. The cast brass pulls have a beautiful urn form in the center and the ring has floral elements. The whole is raised on tapered legs fit with brass sabot feet. The marble is removable. No keys are present. Make sure to view the detailed photographs to get a closer look at the unique elements throughout.
This fabulously large bibliotheque was crafted in France in the 1800’s and provides a great amount of shortage space. The top measures 82-¼”“H x 116-½“W x 18-¼”D and houses 5 finished adjustable shelves behind the original wavy glass doors. The interior depth is 12-½”. Each pair of doors contains a functioning lock. The bottom measures 39-⅝”H x 111-¼”W x 26-⅛”D and houses three drawers and two doored cavities with an interior depth of 21-⅜” . The drawers are seamless and flush without hardware and a functioning lock each. Within the rightmost drawer, four pre-sectioned spaces allow for nice organization. Each pair of doors contains a functioning lock and houses a single adjustable shelf. The whole sits flush to the ground on a plinth base. One key is included. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the fine craftsmanship.
This amazing console case piece is composed of 14 drawers for tons of organized storage space. The painted solid pine has gained a wonderful patina and gives the whole a great rustic look. Each drawer is fixed with a simply turned, wooden pull that easily slides in and out. Brackets on the back for hanging will need to be lined up correctly with wall studs to ensure it’s sufficiently supported. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at the details. C. 1870
This Louis Philippe vitrine was crafted in France during the 19th century from finley bookmatched mahogany. A brass border encompasses the large single pane of glass and faux panel below it. The interior is lined with a vibrant red linen blend fabric with a gold trim to give it a finished look. Three adjustable glass shelves provide a sophisticated way to display or store your favorite things. Below the main storage space are two drawers; one with Empire style hardware and one without. The larger, more obvious drawer is fixed with a pair of lion face drop ring pulls and a laurel escutcheon. The plain drawer is perfect for hiding valuables and provides a bit more storage space. A single key is included for the functioning lock within the door. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at the details.
A charming painted cupboard from England, crafted circa 1820. Its original finish has gained a fantastic patina over the last 200 years and provides a wonderful amount of hidden storage. Unlocking the door reveals a storage cavity fit with two adjustable shelves. One key is included. Flush to the ground, a plinth base supports the whole. Make sure to take a look at all of the photos to get a better look at the details throughout.
This unique storage unit was handcrafted in England during the 1780’s from solid oak. The upper cabinet door has provincial carvings and conceals a space with a single shelf. A newly installed rectangular mirror is flanked by curved forms, connecting the storage spaces. The lower cabinet houses a single drawer with a large turned knob above a paneled door with two shelves. A plinth base supports the whole flush to the ground. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the unique elements throughout.
A pair of bleached oak bookcases stand at 8.5 feet tall and make a huge impact together. The contrast of wood finishes makes it easy to incorporate with your existing decor. Each glass front case houses two adjustable shelves. The lower storage each contains a pair of drawers above locking doors with a single shelf on the interior. All locks are functional and 5 keys are included. Make sure to take a look at the additional photos for a better view of the brilliant details. Sold as a pair only.
This French bombe chest from the 1780’s is a unique find. Fixed with the original red-ocher, shaped marble top with a molded edge. A very small, older repair to one of the marbles’ corners is barely visible. This commode’s mixed woods are beautifully displayed on all three drawers and both sides. There are book-matched details throughout the piece, giving it wonderful symmetry. Incredible brass folate inspired ormolu pulls and escutcheons elegantly complement the overall design. A shaped bottom drawer and cabriole legs are classic elements of bombe commodes and chests from this period. Make sure to view the detailed elements for a better look at its wonderful antique condition.
A handsome and sizable solid oak buffet a’ deux corps with Provincial charm from 19th century France. This four door case antique is split into two bodies: a larger lower body and a smaller upper body. The upper is crowned with an molded cornice above impeccable carvings depicting draped fabric and hanging tassels. The upper doors are wonderfully molded and conceal a single cavity with two removable shelves. The lower paneled doors open to reveal a space with a single removable shelf. Both sets of doors contain functioning locks and feature scrolling iron escutcheon plates. Two keys are included. All doors are supported by steel barrel hinges. A nicely scalloped apron ties in the curvy detailed from the top. Make sure to scroll through the detailed images for a closer look at the great patina and character of this one of a kind storage piece.
A classic, solid oak chest of drawers with a large pull-out linen folding slide over graduating drawers and bracket feet. Classic solid brass drawer pulls and escutcheon plates grace all the drawer fronts. No keys are present, however the pulls make the drawers easy to use. Cleaned and polished with a paste wax this chest has an outstanding patina and is ready for your immediate use. Circa 1800
This delightful 19th century English bamboo cabinet has recently been découpaged with a fish motif on the front, sides and top. The door latches closed before an interior storage compartment outfitted with a single fixed shelf. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the unique features of this one of a kind storage piece.
This wonderfully carved solid oak cabinet was crafted in the 1700s with style and functionality in mind. Thumbnail molded paneling on the front and sides give it fantastic depth. The door is carved with four panels below a rosette motif inspired by church windows. Hooks are fixed to the interior for hanging coats and hats. Raised on bracket feet. Make sure to view the detailed images.
This stately bonneterie was crafted in France during the 19th century from solid walnut. The bonneterie was created in the mid 18th century in France with the rise in popularity of large and often delicate hats and wigs and a new need for tall, slender storage options. Sharply paneled doors and sides give the piece an uncluttered, symmetrical look. Large iron barrel hinges support the heavy door. Three adjustable shelves are found inside. Door lock is functioning, including one key. Raised on simple block feet. Be sure to take a look at the detailed dimages. This bonnetier is solid and sturdy, it has the illusion of a lean due to its age and construction. Notice the distance from the bottom molding to the underside of the door on each side.
A handsome 19th century walnut armoire, made in France in the Louis Philippe style. This tall case antique has a simple, linear composition – an attribute that makes Louis Philippe pieces ideal for their versatility and placement possibilities. This armoire has large doors with thick veneer bookmatched boards that mirror one another, giving the piece a balanced and symmetrical appearance. The interior is equipped with two removable / adjustable shelves. The top shelf features brackets for a hanging rack on the underside. The interior can be secured with the doors’ functioning lock. One key. Neatly carved block feet support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the fabulous patina this armoire has gained over the years.
This French 19th century commode features fantastic Empire style elements. Topped with a removable piece of black fossil marble that features a few worn nicks around its outer edge. All three bookmatched mahogany drawers feature matching cast brass ormolu escutcheons depicting a pair of griffins supporting a flowering vase. One key is included for all three functioning locks, which serves as the drawers’ pull. Tapered rectangular columns on each side showcase a detailed female bust on top and human feet at the bottom. The whole is supported with ornate claw shaped front feet. Make sure to take a look at the detailed pictures for a closer view of all the unique elements.
French kingswood, mahogany and walnut parquetry armoire with beveled mirrored door, c. late 1800’s. Impressive chevron veneering with cross banding. The whole with cabochon, ribbon, geometric parqueterie, Greek key, laurel leaf wreath, musical instrument gilt brass motifs. Five shelves in the interior are removable/ adjustable. 1 shelf serves as the top to a single locking drawer. 2 keys are included- one for the exterior door, one for the interior drawer. Stamped on the back by the manufacturer. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A sizable pine bibliotheque crafted in France circa 1860. The four arched glass front, locking and latching upper doors close before two saw-tooth adjustable shelves diverge in the center of the piece. Four lower doors close before two separate compartments, each with a single adjustable shelf. There are two keys included for all four functioning locks that serve as the doors’ pull. This piece sits on a plinth base, flush to the ground. This piece is both rustic and refined. The vibrant pine has gained a wonderful patina over the years. New glass has recently been professionally installed for a clear view of your art, books, and decor. This bibliotheque is the perfect combination of display and hidden storage space. In wonderful antique condition, make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
A stately Dutch sideboard from the 19th century crafted from a deeply toned mahogany. The top is shaped according to the bow front body and has very few signs of wear. A bank of two drawers is flanked by doored storage compartments. The top drawer features a pair of decorative drop ring pulls that coincide with the doors beside it and a functioning lock. The lower drawer has a stylized, molded pull and is slightly larger than the one above it. Both concave doors have function locks- the left houses a single shelf while the right is a single space. Supported by tapered square legs. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this neat sideboard.
A handsome sideboard from the 19th century crafted from a deeply toned mahogany. The top is shaped according to the bow front body and has very few signs of wear. The center drawer is flanked by doored storage compartments. The middle drawer features a pair of decorative drop ring pulls that coincide with the doors beside it. All three storage compartments feature a functioning lock- 3 keys are included. Supported by tapered square legs. Circa 1900. Knee clearance height is 26″. In wonderful antique condition, make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A handsome Louis XV style commode circa 1800 or earlier. A fantastic charcoal marble top with a molded edge, shaped in the same fashion as the body. A bank of three drawers features impressive cast brass ormolu pulls and escutcheons. Two keys are included for all three functioning locks. The wonderfully patinated hardwood is accentuated with scrolling paneling. A fine scalloped apron with a modeled edge features a floral carving in the center. Curvy cabriole legs support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look and current condition of this great commode.
This is a finely done French 19th century cabinet, perfect for as a display case or entertainment center. Crafted with rosewood, the top beautifully showcases the dark venous grain and knots. The seemingly plain apron seamlessly houses a hidden drawer atop a pair of shaped glass front doors. The original glass has been replaced. Unlocking the doors reveals two fixed shelves with a darker finish than the exterior. One key is included. The whole sits on a plinth base, flush to the ground. Circa 1840. This piece is in wonderful antique condition, make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
This fantastic Swedish bakers cabinet is a versatile addition to any space. Crafted in the 19th century with the original, worn charcoal marble top. The apron houses a single lengthwise drawer with a pair of oval bail pulls. Unlocking the shaped paneled doors reveals two removable shelves in the usual fashion of a bakers table with the ability to fully slide out- sometimes called baker boards. The interior shelves are not original but match the antique finish well. Over the decades this cabinet has gained a wonderful patina. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this unique table.
A massive Dutch apothecary display case from a pharmacy. A large cornice with gorgeous acanthus leaf carvings draws the eyes up. Three molded, adjustable shelves compose the top portion while the bottom single shelf is fixed. Fantastic reeding and fluting details perfectly compliment the paneling on the sides. In wonderful antique condition with a gentle patina, there is plenty of space for books, art, and decor. This piece would have originally been built into the wall behind the pharmacist counter, evidence of which can still be found on the back. The last photograph shows supports that are provided and need to be attached for shipping due to its size. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer view of this incredible display piece.