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  • French 19th Century Transitional Mahogany Enfilade

    $5,200.00

    43.25"H x 67.50"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 43-¼”H x 67-½”W x 23”D

    A fabulous rouge marble top is the perfect top for this stunning transitional French mahogany enfilade. The mahogany case antique has a unique style of its own: incorporating elements of both Louis XVI and Directoire styles. Three drawers can be found in the apron, all with brass bail handles. They are positioned above two interior cavities which vary in size: a smaller to the right and a larger to the left. Both are concealed behind lockable doors. Two keys are included for all three working locks. The smaller compartment has three adjustable shelves. The larger has two adjustable shelves. All drawers and panel doors are trimmed in brass. The drawers are separated by fluted pilasters that run to the case antique’s skirt. The entire enfilade is lifted by six finished, tapered legs which are capped in brass feet.

  • French 19th Century Empire Mahogany Commode

    $4,500.00

    35.75"H x 51.13"W x 23.50"D

    Dimensions: 35-3/4″H x 51-1/8″W x 23-1/2″D

    A fabulous French mahogany commode from 19th century France, circa 1840’s. The stunning gray and white marble top with rounded front corners is in good antique condition with few signs of wear. The apron houses a hidden drawer, free of hardware. Making up the body of the piece, three larger drawers have more recently been fixed with a pair of laurel wreath cast brass drop ring pulls for easy accessibility to the drawers. Cleaned with French wax paste and easy to open- all three drawers are inset with brass trim encircling the unadorned key-holes. Every drawer features a working lock; one key is included. The bookmatched drawer fronts showcase the unique grain patterns of the mahogany. Over 150 years of everyday use have left signs of wear of the facade, giving it a wonderful patina. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this great case piece!

  • French 19th Century Mahogany Bibliotheque

    $4,200.00

    78.50"H x 43.25"W x 15.50"D

    Dimensions: 78-½”H x 43-¼”W x 15-½”D

    This handsome 19th century bibliotheque is the perfect combination of modern and antique! Designed with simplicity and function in mind, the cornice and paneling has minimal thumbnail carving. The richly patinated mahogany body compliments the worn brass mesh in the door panels and the cool tone of the recently painted interior. Four adjustable shelves with dovetail joinery are housed in the interior for plenty of storage space . One key is included for the doors’ functional lock. The whole is elevated on bun feet. Interior paint color is Farrow & Ball Mouse’s Back. Circa 1860. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Oak Bow Front Buffet

    $4,995.00

    38.50"H x 49.50"W x 19.50"D

    Dimensions: 38-½”H x 49-½”W x 19-½”D

    A handsome, slightly bowed front buffet from 19th century France! Made from beautiful solid oak that has been polished with French wax to revive the richness of the wood. The top is shaped according to the bowing of the front with squared off front corners. Two bowed doors with raised shaped panels unlock to reveal two adjustable shelves on the interior. Steel barrel hinges support the sizable doors. Below the doors, a nicely scalloped apron continues to escargot feet. A warm patina envelopes the whole. Great behind a sofa or in a dining room! Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

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    French Louis XVI Style Painted Wardrobe

    $3,200.00

    86"H x 50.50"W x 19.50"D

    Dimensions: 86”H x 50-½”W x 19-½”D

    A beautiful wardrobe, made in France at the turn of the 20th Century, in the style of Louis XVI. Painted in a neutral, taupe color, blue painted accents grace many trimmed surfaces and raised appliques. Intricately carved details have been incorporated into almost every facet of this painted case antique. The crown boasts egg and dart, carved tulip and sunflower motifs that are linked by arcaded beaded garlands. A long mirror – featuring its original beveled glass – has a shapley top and fronts a door that conceals a large storage cavity, equipped with four adjustable shelves. A decorative plaque can be found below showcasing a knotted ribbon and garland swag. This door can be secured thanks to a functional locking mechanism. To its right is a smaller, lockable compartment which is also outfitted with a single adjustable shelf. Its door has a beveled glass panel, with a shape matching the mirrored door, that is clear and currently outfitted with fabric curtains behind. Beneath is a large cubby set atop a bank of four narrow drawers. A wide, bottom drawer spans the width of the entire wardrobe and provides even more out-of-sight storage. This beautiful wardrobe is a wonderfully specialized antique that affords thoughtful storage and organization for all things needed when getting dressed and ready for the day. Two keys are included. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • Swedish 19th Century Painted Corner Cabinet

    $18,200.00

    88.25"H x 53"W x 26.25"D

    Dimensions: 88-¼”H x 53”W x 26-¼”D

    This handsome corner cabinet from 19th century Sweden is constructed with a characteristic neoclassical shape. The worn light blue paint is original to the piece and gives it a wonderful patina. A nicely carved cornice tops the whole, with capital-like details and canted corners. Fluting details flank the sides and center of the cabinets on the top and bottom portions. Both sets of cabinets lock and have an interior latch to secure the doors. The top features the same worn blue paint on the interior and shelves. The topmost shelf is uniquely shaped and carved, possibly for the purpose of storing tall candles. A shapley opening graces the midsection and adds a nice amount of detail. The bottom houses a single shelf, providing even more storage. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this special piece. When measuring your corner, each side of the cabinet is 37”D.

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    French 19th Century Demilune Commode

    $950.00

    28.63"H x 24.25"W x 14"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅝”H x 24-¼”W x 14”D

    This charming mahogany demilune commode is made in the style of Louis XVI from 19th century France. The top is beautiful white marble with a pierced brass gallery. Three drawers with thumbnail carving are all fixed with brass pulls that feature floral petal details. Turned legs with brass sabot feet support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the condition.

  • French 19th Century Empire Commode

    $4,500.00

    35.13"H x 52"W x 25.75"D

    Dimensions: 35-⅛”H x 52”W x 25-¾”D

    Four total drawers compose this dignified Empirically-styled mahogany commode. This case piece is topped in black / charcoal-colored fossil marble that, along with the body, has patinated wonderfully over the decades. A hidden drawer, free of any hardware, resides in the commode’s apron. It features six premade sections, for not only a bit more storage, but nice organization as well. Iconic of the Empire style, two columns flank the bank of drawers, each having decorative brass capitals and bases. Cast brass ornamentation graces the commode’s pulls, incorporating a floral bouquet into their centers. Brass can also be found in the bird-head and overflowing floral basket escutcheons. There is no key needed or included with this piece. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Carved Oak Armoire

    $4,800.00

    84.50"H x 59.25"W x 24.63"D

    Dimensions: 84-½”H x 59-¼”W x 24-⅝”D

    This solid oak armoire from 19th century France is substantial in size and full of hand-carved detail. A large cornice tops the piece above a carved diamond detail. The large doors feature shaped panels with beautiful carving and impressive linear escutcheon plates. Nearly the same height as the doors, massive steel barrel hinges support their weight with ease. The interior space is upholstered top to bottom in a timeless, white and pink worn floral fabric and trimmed with a soft pink ribbon. An adjustable shelf allows for some interior organization. The details of this armoire finish at the bottom with a scalloped apron. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • French 19th Century Empire Bibliotheque

    $4,200.00

    73.75"H x 43.38"W x 20.38"D

    Dimensions: 73-¾”H x 43-⅜”W x 20-⅜”D

    This two-door French Empire bibliotheque is framed on either side by columns that go all the way to the feet. The top and bottom of the columns are accented with brass. The top is decorated with minimal ormolu, adding just a touch of Empire-style detail. One key is included to open the locking and latching doors, fitted with new glass. Housing three shelves, the top two are removable and the third serves as the top for a pair of drawers. Invisible when the doors are closed, both drawers are fitted with beautiful brass pulls and provide for more organization within the piece. Made of strong mahogany in the 19th century, the wood has a fantastic patina. Make sure to view detailed images to get a better look.

  • English 19th Century Storage Container

    $2,100.00

    45.25"H x 53.25"W x 23.13"D

    Dimensions: 45-¼”H x 53-¼”W x 23-⅛”D

    This substantial piece was purchased from a corn merchant and once used for seed & corn storage. Constructed of sturdy pine and reinforced with metal at the joinery, the patina is outstanding. The wood is aged with a rich, worn finish to provide the perfect farmhouse look. It’s a primitive yet practical piece with plenty of space for storage. Would look great in a back entryway or mudroom. Circa 1880. Make sure to view detailed images

  • English 18th Century Mahogany Chest

    $6,200.00

    36.25"H x 44.25"W x 24.5"D

    Dimensions: 36-¼”H x 44-¼”W x 24-½”D

    This is a lovely English 18th century mahogany chest with a bow front. It has a wonderful patina from years of loving care and use. The top sits over four drawers with two round brass pulls on each drawer. All sit atop four splayed legs. Circa 1790.

  • English 19th Century Chest with Fish Decoupage Motif

    $5,500.00

    44"H x 42.13"W x 21.88"D

    Dimensions: 44” H x 42-⅛”W x 21-⅞”D

    A playful twist on an antique pine chest of drawers. Recently painted black with a fish decoupage design. This chest will add a whimsical flair to any room in your house, especially a bedroom as there is plenty of storage inside its five drawers all with turned wooden knobs. All drawers are clean and in smooth, working order.

  • English 19th Century Chest with Fish Decoupage Motif

    $5,800.00

    46.75"H x 45.63"W x 18.88"D

    Dimensions: 46-¾”H x 45-⅝”W x 18-⅞”D

    A playful twist on an antique pine chest of drawers. Recently painted black with a fish decoupage design. This chest will add a whimsical flair to any room in your house, especially a bedroom as there is plenty of storage inside its five drawers all with turned wooden knobs. All drawers are clean and in smooth, working order.

  • French 19th Century Empire Commode

    $4,995.00

    37.88"H x 53.25"W x 23.75"D

    Dimensions: 37-⅞”H x 53-¼”W x 23-¾”D

    This beautiful French 19th century Empire commode is made of burl walnut veneer. The top is Saint-Anne marble and sits over a wide drawer hidden in the apron of the piece. There are three more drawers below with ornate pulls and escutcheons. A pair of columns sit on either side of the drawers. All sit on a thick plinth base with wide, raised feet. There is one key that works in the three locks. The patina of the wood is truly beautiful, be sure to scroll the detailed images. 

  • French 19th Century Rosewood Buffet a Deux Corps

    $8,995.00

    85.63"H x 54.13"W x 23.25"D

    Dimensions: 85-⅝”H x 54-⅛”W x 23-¼”D

    This beautiful French 19th century buffet a deux corps is made of solid rosewood. It has a wonderful patina and amazing natural wood design on the bottom doors. Fluted columns with carving are on either side of these doors. The bottom half of the piece is 39-⅝”H. The inside depth is 16-⅝”. The top half of the piece is 46”H. There are two shelves faced with rosewood and the inside depth of 11-⅝” behind these glass doors. Columns are also on either side of these doors. The piece is topped off with a cornice. There is one key that operates the top and bottom locks.

  • French 19th Century Transitional Armoire

    $8,500.00

    100.13"H x 63.75"W x 24.5"D

    Dimensions: 100-⅛”H x 63-¾”W x 24-½”D

    An absolutely stunning hand-carved, hand-pegged walnut armoire.  A large Louis Philippe-style crown cornice sits just above a carved Directoire-style frieze.  Two large, Louis XV-style shaped doors equipped with a working lock and latch are hung on barrel hinges.  They are decorated with fabulously carved, shaped panels with a central fluted pilaster between.  The interior is outfitted with four fixed shelves and measures 20-¼”D.  The apron features a modest central circular cartouche with a floral center and a shaped edge with lines that continue onto the impressive escargot feet.

     

     

  • Indian 19th Century Teak and Iron-Bound Trunk

    $4,895.00

    21.13"H x 53"W x 33.63"D

    Dimensions: 21-⅛”H x 53”W x 33-⅝”D

    This 19th century, Anglo-Indian solid teak trunk with original iron bindings has aged beautifully.  It has a striking patina with fantastic texture and grain.  The hinged top has two forged iron hasps that would have been pinned close with an iron or steel pin.  When open, a single chain holds the lid, preventing it from falling back.  There is a single forged handle on either side of the box.  This iron-bound box originates in the Northern Indian state Rajasthan.  

  • French 18th Century Gothic Armoire

    $9,500.00

    91.25"H x 65.5"W x 22.38"D

    Dimensions: 91-¼”H x 65-½”W x 22-⅜”D

    This 18th Century, mixed wood French armoire is absolutely stunning.  It is Gothic-style and features two tall, paneled doors on barrel hinges.  One key operates the locking right door and acts as a pull.  The left door latches from the inside to keep it in place when closed.  This piece tells a story from inside the left door, as it has years of faded markings from growing children, some with dates and names.  Just behind the doors are four fixed shelves.  The crown and base of this armoire are oak while the body is fruitwood.  The detail continues with three paneled sides, soft curved corners and two large bun feet on the front.  Throughout its long life, the wood finish has acquired a patina that is simply amazing and has an undeniable antique quality.  Impeccable craftsmanship and detail show with hand pegged joinery.

  • Indian 19th Century Teak and Iron-Bound Trunk

    $2,995.00

    29.38"H x 52.88"W x 19.13"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅜”H x 52-⅞”W x 19-⅛”D

    This 19th century, Anglo-Indian solid teak trunk with original iron bindings has been gently sandblasted to give a driftwood, time-worn appearance.  It has a hinged top with two iron hasps that would have been pinned close with an iron or steel pin.  The whole is raised on four square feet.  This iron-bound box originates in the Northern Indian state Rajasthan, c. 1860.

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    French 19th Century Louis Philippe-Style Paneled Enfilade

    $3,850.00

    39.13"H x 58.75"W x 23.38"D

    Dimensions: 39-⅛”H x 58-¾”W x 23-⅜”D

    This nice Louis Philippe-style pine enfilade with canted corners, c. 1870, features a beautiful patinated finish highlighting the rustic charm of this piece.  The wood top sits above an apron with three drawers, each with a turned wood knob.  The body of this enfilade has three doors closing a storage space with a single fixed shelf.  The center door has a single key that works the latching mechanism and the two flanking doors have interior wood turn/toggle latches to keep them secure.  The whole rests on a plinth base. 

  • English 18th Century George II Style Apprentice Chest

    $2,150.00

    18.5"H x 12.25"W x 7.63"D

    Dimensions: 18-½”H x 12-¼”W x 7-⅝”D

    A lovely, English apprentice chest from the 18th century, c. 1780. This wonderful work is that of an apprentice that studied under a woodworker. In order to work for the woodworker, the apprentice would have to build a box, utilizing his best skills. The chest is oak and its hardware is brass. It has a unique crown-like trim around the top making this chest one-of-a-kind.  

  • French 18th Century Provincial Oak Buffet

    $6,500.00

    46.5"H x 59"W x 19.5"D

    Dimensions: 46-½”H x 59”W x 19-½”D

    A fantastic Provincial buffet – made of quarter sawn oak – from 1780s France. This beautiful solid oak case antique features exceptional decorative carvings, all done by hand, that are found on antiques dating to the countryside in this time period. Influenced by Louis XV, the design utilizes the sinuous lines found in that style, but lacks the asymmetry and grandiosity associated with LXV antiques. This tall buffet has three drawers that are set over two locking doors. The doors are hung on brass barrel hinges and have shaped brass escutcheons. The interior has a single fixed shelf. The rounded corners are bedecked with hand-carved details, along with the shapley skirt. The sinuous lines found along the skirt continue onto the short cabriole feet that lift the tall case antique. 

  • French Parisian 18th Century Marble Top Commode

    $15,500.00

    32"H x 37.75"W x 21"D

    Dimensions: 32″H x 37 3/4″W x 21″D

    French Fruitwood Parisian Regence Rustic Marble Top Commode, C. early 1700’s.
    The shaped marble top over two small raised and recessed panel drawers above two long raised and recessed panel drawers.  The shaped apron raised on rounded rectilinear uprights.  The whole with cabochon and continuing “S” shaped molding.  With beautiful color and excellent patina, brass foliate pulls and escutcheon plates.

  • Large French 19th Century Painted Shop Counter

    $8,300.00

    40.25"H x 104.75"W x 28.25"D

    Dimensions: 40 1/4″ H x 104 3/4″ W x 28 1/4″ D

    A large pine shop counter, sourced from a store in France. The counter dates to 1870 and has had a long and lustrous career and is ready for retirement. The counter has clearly worn a few different coats of paint, with the most recent being a straw-colored yellow. Over time, these finishes have become worn, moreso in high-traffic areas, exposing the natural pine beneath. The countertop has a painted faux-marble top which has some losses. Behind the counter, you’ll find four drawers, the smallest having a working lock. One end of the counter has a hamper-style lid that can be lifted to access additional storage space. Today, the counter would make an exceptional bar for the style-conscious entertainer.

  • French 18th Century Painted Parisian Commode

    $7,800.00

    31.5"H x 49.88"W x 25.25"D

    Dimensions: 31 1/2″ H x 49 7/8″ W x 25 1/4″ D

    An exceptional Parisian commode, with painted finish, from 18th century, France. This four-drawer antique case piece features a shapely form and an outstandingly well-patinated finish. All drawers are equipped with large, decorative bronze pulls. The three keyholes are surrounded by asymmetrically formed bronze escutcheons. The top has been painted to resemble a darker gray marble and has aged marvelously with the rest of the finish. A shaped skirt completes this sinuously conceived commode. c.1780.

  • French 19th Century Provincial Walnut Enfilade

    $11,995.00

    34.5"H x 95.25"W x 31.5"D

    Dimensions: 34-1/2″H x 95-1/4″W x 31-1/2″D

    This remarkable French Provincial Louis XV-style walnut and marble-top enfilade, c. 1840, is quite deep, offering plenty of storage. The impressive grey-brown marble top, with white inclusions, has recently been repaired and shows some scratches. The three shaped-panel doors are deeply carved, mounted with hand-cut steel escutcheons and steel barrel hinges, and open to reveal a single fixed shelf. Below is a well-carved apron and block feet. Accompanied by two original steel keys.

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    French 19th Century Louis XIII-Style Oak Armoire

    $3,600.00

    79"H x 65"W x 30"D

    Dimensions: 79″H x 65″W x 30″D

    This handsome Louis XIII-style armoire, c. 1820, is from France and features boldly-carved and beautifully grained oak with a deep and rich finish. The deeply-paneled doors bear hand-wrought steel barrel hinges and a single escutcheon, and open to reveal a single fixed lower shelf and ample space for a media center. At one point in this exuberant armoire’s 200-year lifetime, it survived a flood that is evidenced by a waterline 30″ above the bottom. There is very little difference in coloration, yet it could be start of many great conversations!

  • French 19th Century Louis XIII-Style Oak Confiturier

    $2,200.00

    43"H x 28.75"W x 19"D

    Dimensions: 43″H x 28-3/4″W x 19″D

    This exceptional oak confiturier is from France, c. 1880, and displays a beautiful, rich patina. It features a single “X”-carved drawer with an oblong steel pull over a like-carved locking door with hand-cut steel escutcheon and steel barrel hinges, and opens to reveal a single removable shelf.  Storage pieces such as this confiturier were originally used to store jams and jellies, however, this cabinet would be very useful as a nightstand next to a tall bedstead. The original key is present.

     

  • French Late 19th Century Demilune Three-Tier Server

    $7,500.00

    55"H x 120"W x 24.25"D

    Dimensions: 55″H x 120″W x 24-1/4″D

    A large three-tier server, made in France circa 1890. The server is demilune in shape, giving it a distinct, finished presence. The front has two breaks where expertly turned columns provide support for the two upper shelves. It has been constructed using a combination of quarter sawn oak and fruitwood, which have been formed into panels that create the buffet’s back. A demilune quarter sawn oak plinth base provides the foundation for this grand French server.

  • Massive 19th Century English Mahogany Trolley

    $9,250.00

    53"H x 72"W x 23.5"D

    Dimensions: 53″H x 72″W x 23-1/2″D

    An English tea trolley of grand proportions! This 19th century mahogany antique is oversized, and therefore likely used in a hotel or commercial setting. The wood is stunning, with deep, rich color. The four upright supports have been turned and styled to give this otherwise linear piece some flair and ornamentation. The supports are capped with turned finials and sit on brass casters. c. 1870.

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    French Early 19th Century Oak Coffer

    $1,965.00

    22.5"H x 41"W x 20.625"D

    Dimensions: 22-1/2″H x 41″W x 20-5/8″D

    A stunning oak coffer from the early part of the 19th century, France. This wonderful trunk has a design reminiscent of Jacobean design, however is more recent. Beautiful moulded walnut trim frames the front and sides with other trim fashioned into geometric shapes. These lovely embellishments give this coffer a unique style that is all its own. It is lifted by four feet that have been styled in the same fashion as feet found on many Louis Philippe pieces. Patinated cut-steel escutcheons and drop bail handles can be found on the coffer’s front. The perfect blanket chest for the end of a bed. c.1830.

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    French 19th Century Walnut Coffer

    $1,750.00

    27.25"H x 43"W x 19.25"D

    Dimensions: 27-1/4″H x 43″W x 19-1/4″D

    This decorative coffer or chest is well made with layers of raised banding around the top and bottom and an interesting paneled diamond motif, giving this coffer an overall geometric design. Hand forged iron bail handles are on each side, and the whole piece sits on adorable turned ball feet. The interior is outfitted with a candle box for fast access at sundown. The back is plain. See patina in detailed photos. Circa 1850 or earlier.

  • French 19th Century Counter-Top Display Cabinet

    $2,795.00

    32.125"H x 20.875"W x 20.875"D

    Dimensions: 32-1/8″H x 20-7/8″W x 20-7/8″D

    French 19th century painted Louis XVI style counter top glass display cabinet. Two glass adjustable shelves and mirrored floor. Egg and dart molding around crown with pearl beading that frames each glass panel. Eight panels of glass total with interesting and intriguing corner arched glass panels.  Some restoration has been done on the top, base and door. The top actually lifted off the cabinet – it was a stacking process for display. Now the top is secure and a door was made for your convenience. Wonderful for displaying a special collection. Made around 1850.

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