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    French 19th Century Louis XIII-Style Oak Armoire


    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 Early-19th Century Empire Walnut Commode


    36.25"H x 44.875"W x 23.375"D

    Dimensions: 36-1/4″H x 44-7/8″W x 23-3/8″D

    This handsome period Empire four-drawer walnut commode is from France, c. 1815, and features a white-veined grey marble top over an apron drawer with a gilt-bronze pull above three recessed drawers, each with gilt-bronze drawer pulls and escutcheons, all flanked by with ball-turned caps and gilt-bronze collars and columnar feet. This commode would be especially stunning in an entry or hallway!

  • French 18th Century Carved Oak Buffet


    42.25"H x 51.25"W x 21.625"D

    Dimensions: 42-1/4″H x 51-1/4″W x 21-5/8″D

    A fabulous 18th century French buffet constructed of brilliantly aged solid oak. Two drawers sporting their original pulls are separated from one another by a meticulously carved, radiating flower, and are separated from the doors they surmount by fluted carvings. The doors are decorated with foliate carvings found above their shaped panel fronts, are hung on barrel hinges, and retain their original cut steel escutcheons. The interior cavity houses a single fixed shelf to accommodate out of sight storage. The piece’s rounded corners have fluted carvings that terminate at its shaped front feet.

  • French 19th Century Louis XIII-Style Oak Confiturier


    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.


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    French Early 20th Century Louis XVI-Style Three-Door Oak Armoire


    98.875"H x 76"W x 22.5"D

    Dimensions: 98-7/8″H x 76″W x 22-1/2″D

    This spacious Louis XVI-style ormolu-mounted three-door armoire is from France, c. 1910’s, and features beautifully shaped and beveled mirrors and reed carving.  The carved and shaped cornice rests above a central storage section having two adjustable shelves and a drawer within the base, and flanked by a pair of narrower storage areas, each with three adjustable shelves. This armoire would work nicely as media storage.


  • French 19th Century Napoleon III Ebonized Breakfront Bibliothèque


    111.25"H x 86.25"W x 25"D

    Dimensions:  111-1/4″H (9’3/4″) x 86-1/4″W x 25″D

    This rare, impressive, and eclectic carved Napoleon III ebonized breakfront-bibliothèque is from Paris, France, c. 1860’s. It features locks by Huby Fils, Paris, a sure sign of quality craftsmanship. Having an upper case with broken pediment and panel-carved and stepped frieze above a pair of glazed doors, through which can be seen four adjustable shelves, flanked by four boldly carved-and-turned columns with Corinthian capitals, between each pair are three open fixed shelves. The lower case features a bank of three hidden drawers within its carved and stepped frieze through which the upper columns are extended, over a pair of central doors that open to reveal a large storage space with a single adjustable shelf, flanked by a pair of smaller cabinet doors for additional storage which are each outfitted to hold one or more adjustable shelves, as the original shelves are lacking.  The original gilt-brass escutcheons are beautifully crafted in the Second Empire style and have two keys. The lock plates bear the incised mark: “Huby Fils/Serrurier/Paris.” Note: The eclectic Napoleon III style, also referred as Second Empire, combines the tradition of the past with the new manufacturing processes of the Industrial Revolution and the development of modernism.  French writer, Auguste Luchet (1806-1872), refers to Huby in his account of the 1867 World Fair the “young prince of locksmiths” and his Renaissance-style and Napoleon III creations were famous. Reference: LUCHET, Auguste, “L’Art Industriel à L’Exposition Universelle de 1867,” A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Cie Editeurs, Paris, 1868, p.249.


  • Spanish 18th Century Oak and Iron-Bound Trunk


    31"H x 68.375"W x 22.5"D

    Dimensions: 31″H x 68 3/8″W x 22 1/2″D

    A large 18th century oak trunk, bound in iron, from Spain. This case piece was made using thick boards of solid oak. They have acquired an incredible antique patina over the centuries. The trunk’s contents can be secured thanks to the impressive locking mechanism found on the piece. The spacious interior is excellent for storage and has been outfitted with a candle box on its lefthand side. c.1780.

  • French Late 19th Century Demilune Three-Tier Server


    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


    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


    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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    English Late 18th Century Carved Oak Coffer


    28"H x 57"W x 23.625"D

    Dimensions: 28″H x 57″W x 23-5/8″D

    A gorgeous coffer or trunk from the late 1700s, England. The façade has four panels that have been meticulously carved into patterns of scrolls, hearts, leaves, and geometric shapes. The lid and sides are designed with more simple, framed panels. The interior is outfitted with a candle box for ease of access at sundown. The top has a working lock.

  • English 17th Century Charles II Oak Chest of Drawers


    46.5"H x 46.5"W x 23.5"D

    Dimensions: 46-1/2″H x 46-1/2″W x 23-1/2″D

    An extraordinary oak chest of drawers from the mid-17th century, England. Remarkable craftsmanship was employed when making this amazing piece. Wonderfully carved details can be found all over this antique chest. Above the top two drawers are carved dentil embellishments, while the door and drawer fronts have been dressed with panels carved with a geometric design. The six knobs are carved into an octagonal shape. The two large doors open to reveal two more large drawers, each outfitted with their original iron ring pulls. An incredible piece, that is in astonishing condition, given its young, spry age of nearly 370 years.

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    French 19th Century Walnut Coffer


    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


    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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    French 19th Century Louis XVI-Style Armoire


    97.25"H x 67"W x 20.75"D

    Dimensions: 97 ¼”(8′-1 ¼”)H x 67″W x 20 ¾”D

    French kingswood, mahogany and walnut parquetry armoire with mirrored door, c. late 1800’s.  Impressive kingswood chevron veneering with cross banding.  The whole with cabachon, ribbon, geometric pargueterie, Greek key, laurel leaf wreath, musical instrument gilt brass motifs.  Interior: 15-⅞”D

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    French 20th Century Louis XV-Style Painted Bonnetière


    88.5"H x 49.25"W x 23.5"D

    Dimensions: 88-1/2″H x 49-1/4″W x 23-1/2″D

    Country French, Louis XV-style painted bonnetiere with chapeau gendarme top and carved floral crest. A large single door has poultry wire in upper half, paneled lower half. Graceful scalloped apron and cabriole feet, c. 1900’s.

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