A stunning Scandinavian commode with a fold-down secretary desk housed in its top drawer. The top is in great condition with miniscule visible wear. Although narrow, the apron features a pediment with an ebonized triangle to accentuate the shape. You can see the attention to detail when the top drawer front is opened to reveal the secretary work space, finished in bird’s eye maple. A pair of small brass buttons on the interior operates the top release. 13 drawers of varying size provide an abundance of organizational space. Diminutive ivory pulls are fixed to each drawer as well as a decorative gallery with ivory supports showcased in the center. A bank of three drawers with ebinozided receded diamonds with a key hole in the center. All four locks are functioning- one key is included. More recessed ebonized shapes flank the drawers and compliment the vibrant satinwood. When the desk is open the maximum depth is 31-¼” and the work surface is 33”H. This versatile piece is in wonderful antique condition and makes a sophisticated statement in any space- make sure to view the detail images to get a close look at its great piece.
A gorgeous extended dining table from 19th century France. The vibrant fruitwood has gained a wonderful patina over the years and will effortlessly add so much character to your dining area. A narrow inlay of darker wood adds a nice touch of contrast to top. There is a minor repair to the top that was professionally done and barely visible. Two leaves easily slide out from each end, giving it the following maximum measurements: 28-½”H x 111-⅝”W x 35-⅞”D. Each leaf is inset with rustic oak panels that are less finished than the top and are meant to be hidden by a table cloth when entertaining guests. With the leaves tucked away 6-8 chairs can fit comfortably around the table; when extended 10-12 can fit. Slightly tapered legs with brass sabot feet provide continuous support. Apron clearance is 23-¾”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this wonderful dining table.
Wonderfully turned legs and a thick top are the highlights of this beautiful French 19th century farm table. The top is smooth with the marks of many lifetimes- adding to its antique charm and fantastic patina. Knee clearance for the plain apron is 24-⅛”. The H shaped stretcher connects the ample legs and proves lasting support for this sturdy table. 4-6 chairs easily fit around it. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this timeless farm table.
An Impressive 19th century Swedish gateleg tilt top table. Eight pointed starburst in the center and an encompassing border, done in light gray paint, accentuates the slight differences in the wood grain. Supported by a gateleg, it’s incredibly easy to tilt the top up to store. When the top is tilted the measurements are 58-½”H x 57-⅜”W x 15-¼”D. In fantastic antique condition, this table is the perfect centerpiece in any dining room. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this unique table!
Captivatingly beautiful satinwood veneer was selected when making this sensational 19th century Dutch Biedermeier demilune console. The expression found in the satinwood can leave one feeling transfixed, as the mesmerizing beauty simply cannot be ignored. The table boasts a linear design that is clean and free of fuss. Placed in an entry or hallway, this commanding console will be certain to stop the show, but could be used in many applications throughout the home or office.
A rustic refectory table from 19th century France with a wonderful patina. Crafted from sturdy, solid oak- the top bears the marks of many generations and some visible repairs that give the table a massive amount of antique charm. A plain apron with a molded edge connects to turned legs with carved, shaped bracket supports. An H form attaches to the legs to provide support for many years to come without getting in the way of pulling up a chair or bench. The apron height is 26”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition and quality craftsmanship of this refectory table.
A classic Dutch console table from the 19th century. Crafted from warmly toned mahogany, it’s gained a wonderful patina over the decades that compliments the wood. A simple apron is supported by turned, column form front legs. A thick, concave plinth base sits almost flush to the ground and provides continued support for the console. The uncluttered design makes it easy to incorporate it into any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
This stately table was crafted in France from richly toned oak and showcases a clean design, characteristic of the art deco style. The round top is supported by a square pedestal with minimally carved reeding details. The sleek square base sits almost flush to the ground. Beautiful from all angles-it features a fine patina and is perfect in many applications. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the current condition.
An expertly carved and painted vanity, done in the Louis XVI style circa 1870 that features a tilting mirror, three drawers, and an inset marble top. A characteristically asymmetrical tied ribbon is perched atop the mirror, with more scrolled carved details found all about the piece. The antique mirror plate,held between two fluted posts with finials and brackets- features a generous amount of foxing. The two small drawers on the vanity surface are topped with scrolling acanthus leaves and carved drapery details between them. The inset colorful marble top surface has been cracked and professionally repaired. The vanity surface is 29-⅜”H. The paneled apron with carved pearl borders houses a single drawer with a dainty drop ring pull. Apron knee clearance is 25-¼”. At each of the corners, flanking the drawer, are carved floret dies. The whole is raised on four columnar fluted legs with toupee-style feet and complete this sweet table. Make sure to view the detailed images of this beautifully patinated vanity.
This wonderful Spanish trestle table was handcrafted in the 1700’s and has gained a fantastic patina. The single board, molded edge top is a quality not often found today. Turned legs with amazing carved details support the top and connect with a scrolling crossing forged iron trestle. Perfect as a dining room table or as a unique desk. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this gorgeous table.
This petite vintage bistro table is perfect in any space! The worn white marble top is in great condition and beautifully compliments the white painted cast iron base. Three legs join at a center ring and at the feet with a three-prong bracket. Great for a casual dining space inside or outside. If you plan on using it outside, make sure to keep it undercover. Comfortably fits 2-3 chairs. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the condition of this eye-catching table!
This amazing refectory table is the perfect antique element to bring warmth and authentic charm to any living space. Made in France during the 18th century from sturdy, solid oak- it has gained a fascinating patina over the last few centuries. The paneled top showcases the tiger oak wood grain beautifully. Wood peg joinery is visible on the top and continues to support the thick boards. The front and sides of the apron feature a gorgeous hand carved half-rosette motif. Wonderfully turned legs on block feet connect with a rectangular stretcher for continued daily use of the table for many decades to come. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this fantastic table!
A very attractive Dutch 19th century desk crafted from beautiful walnut with a clean design. The top is in wonderful antique condition and features a black painted edge. The apron shows off the exquisite wood grain and houses a hidden drawer free of any hardware. Finished on all sides, giving it the ability to float in a study or library. Sturdy and level- saber legs support the whole effortlessly. Knee clearance: 24-⅝”H. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this simply elegant desk.
A fantastic pair of Dutch pine and satinwood demi-lune console tables from the 19th century. Their tops have been recently painted matte black, combining a sleek modern element with classic design. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste- the vibrant wood grain shines through on the apron and wonderfully turned legs. A fantastic patina envelops the whole. They are an exact pair so when fit together, make a perfect circle. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at these darling tables.
Pair of Dutch oval tables crafted in the 1800’s from gorgeous satinwood. In wonderful condition, they have been recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste to revitalize the vibrant wood. Their moderate size and classic design make it easy to incorporate them into a wide range of living spaces. The tops are fixed to turned wood supports and lifted by beautifully shaped tripodal bases. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this elegant pair of oval tables.
Emanate professionality from behind this stunning Empire-style mahogany desk, made in France during the 1800’s. The desk is topped in beautifully tooled worn gold leather. The desk’s work surface can be enlarged with a pull of either slide that is housed in the desk’s sides. Both slides have been inset with gold-tooled green leather. The table has four drawers: one central above the kneehole, two to its left and one to the right. They all have working locks that have their keyholes embellished with cast brass escutcheons. Keeping with the Empire style, the desk has four legs that are fashioned like columns. These columns are complete with cast brass capitals and bases. They terminate at a shaped stretcher that joins all four legs. Center drawer knee clearance is 24-¾”H. Three keys are included. Finish has recently been professionally restored. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This petite work table from 19th century France is full of charming elements within a compact design. Details allude to this piece serving as a correspondence and sewing table. Unlocking what seems to be a drawer actually allows the top to hinge open and reveal an antique mirror plate affixed to the underside and pre-sectioned organization with a built in pin cushion. The key for lifting the top has a lovely tag with engravings saying ‘Table à ouvrage’ meaning work table and ‘Rez de Chaussee Ch.bre No.1 Bis’ which translates to Ground Floor Bedroom No. 1 Copy on the flip side of the tag. The lower drawer features a writing surface inset with worn black leather and tooled with gold that slides back to reveal a paper and stationary storage compartment. Three inkwells made of brass and glass fit perfectly beside the writing surface. Two keys are included. A concave stretcher connects the column-from legs and provides lasting support. Some minor repairs have been made to the mahogany veneer. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look!
A wonderful gueridon from France, crafted in the 19th century, that showcases eye-catching inlay work throughout and features a white marble top encompassed by a unique pierced brass gallery. The apron houses two drawers and two slides with metal hardware to easily slide open. Both drink slides feature inset black leather tops in good condition and bring the maximum width to 40-¾”. Square legs with a sharp taper are fixed with brass sabot feet for continued support. The stone bears the marks of many decades of use- some discoloration and a small crack along the perimeter add to the tables antique charm. The inlay work on the apron has some repairs as well. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the table’s current condition and unique elements.
A lovely French 19th Century drop leaf extending dining table crafted from light mahogany that’s gained a fantastic patina. The top sits over a simple apron supported with four wonderfully turned legs on brass caps with brass casters. Each drop leaf has a wood support that pulls out from under the table. The dimensions of the table with leaves down: 28-¼”H x 38-¼”W x 21-½”D. When fully extended the table measures 64-⅝”W The leaves for the extension are missing but could be fabricated to fit. The leaf gap is 27-¼”. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this great casual dining table.
A beautiful mahogany pedestal table from 19th century France. The pedestal base has been carved with wonderful scrolled details. The size of this table makes it ideal for a smaller dining table. The mahogany top can be removed. Have a look at the detailed photos to see the beautiful tone and expression in the antique mahogany.
A remarkably beautiful and interesting drapery table, made of solid pine, in 19th century France. These long tables were used by tailors and drapers to work lengthy yards of fabric into curtains, suits and all types of tailored textiles. An interesting feature of this drapery table is the inset meter stick incorporated into the top surface for quick and easy measuring. The table has a utilitarian form with linear legs and stretcher – accented with a simple, chamfered edge. A wonderful antique artisan’s table that could be used as a dining or as a work/project table today.
A fantastic fruitwood etagere from 19th century France. This tiered table has four total shelves, with the topmost being made of marble and surrounded by a pierced brass gallery. It is lifted by beautifully turned column-form supports. Beneath are three additional wood shelves. The antique rests on turned toupie feet, all capped in brass sabots. Circa 1880s.
Wonderfully turned legs and a thick top are the highlights of this beautiful French 19th century farm table. The top is smooth with the marks of many lifetimes- adding to its antique charm and fantastic patina. Two slim drawers are housed in the apron and are each fixed with oval, iron drop ring pulls. The H shaped stretcher connects the legs and proves lasting support for this sturdy table. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this provincial table.
A handsome Empire gueridon crafted in France during the 19th century from beautifully patinated mahogany. Topped with black stone that’s in wonderful antique condition and encompassed with a thick, lustrous brass band. Three column-form legs feature brass ormolu capitals and bases. A concave stretcher connects the legs above the bullet shaped feet for continued support. It’s classic design and antique character makes it an easy table to incorporate into any existing decor style. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the quality craftsmanship and current condition.
A handsome Louis XVI style bedside table crafted in France during the 19th century. Topped with a wonderful piece of white marble that’s surrounded by a breakfront cast brass gallery. Each drawer features paneling with brass borders and a pair of simple brass pulls. Turned legs with brass castors support a rectangular lower shelf. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition and wonderful antique craftsmanship.
A wonderfully unique game table crafted in 19th century France. Topped with a colorful piece of marble and surrounded by a cast brass pierced gallery. The apron houses two drawers and two slides with metal hardware to easily slide open. Both drink slides feature inset leather tops and bring the maximum width to 40”. A gorgeous, subtle inlay depicting flowers adorns the apron and drawer fronts. Square, tapered legs feature lovely inlay work as well and brass sabot feet for continued support. The game top is a separate piece that is placed atop the marble and fits within the brass gallery. The removable top is inset with a dark green leather on one side and also features a delicate inlay along the perimeter. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the wonderful craftsmanship and current condition.
This solid oak farm table from 19th century France is full of rustic charm. Thick planks of oak make up the smooth top and showcase a beautiful patina. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste to reveal the wood’s distinctive grain pattern and knots. The apron houses a single, off center drawer fixed with an iron drop ring pull. Square trestle legs continue to support the table. Apron clearance: 23-⅝”. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this wonderful farm table!
A delightful solid walnut accent table from 19th Century France. Incredible expression can be found in the grain throughout the carefully selected walnut. The rectangular table top has a beveled frame extending above the top’s surface, giving the top a tray-like appearance. The perfect spot for emptying your pockets. A single drawer just below the top, has a small brass knob. The top is supported by shaped uprights, braced by a narrow, lower shelf and lower stretcher. The antique is raised on ornamented Curule feet.
A handsome Directoire style desk crafted in France circa 1820. Made from a beautiful mahogany that’s been cleaned and polished with French wax paste to reveal the vibrant grain. The top is inset with the original worn green leather. The apron houses two drink slides inset with leather in the same fashion as the desktop; a small metal pull on each slide. Maximum width with the slides out is 75-¼”. The apron features a larger center drawer with a knee clearance of 23-⅔”H. The left drawer features a faux double drawer front and houses a split drawer that would have locked on the interior at one point to hide valuables. Three keys are included to provide access to the drawers, all locks are in working condition. All drawers have been cleaned and open with ease. The desk is finished on all sides, giving you the ability to place this desk anywhere in your office or library. Tapered, rectangular legs are fixed with brass sabots for protection and aesthetics. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the great condition of the whole.
This wonderful vintage mahogany coffee table base is in the Louis XVI style and topped with an outstanding piece of white marble encircled by a pierced brass gallery. It features a brass trimmed apron with fluted, turned legs that taper to brass capped feet. A perfect low table ideal for coffee or cocktails. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the condition.
This sturdy bistro table is made from cast iron with a beautiful square formica top. The top is bordered by a brilliantly- patinated wide brass band and affixed to a cast iron tripodal base. There are some visible scratches on the top, adding to the table’s antique charm. Ornamental feet add the perfect amount of character and detail to this table. Great for indoor or outdoor use, the black finished cast iron base with gold-colored brass apron make for a smart and sophisticated take on a French classic. If used outdoors, it would be best to keep it under protected cover to avoid tarnishing. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this wonderful table!
An impressive and long Spanish dining table is made of solid oak with a hand forged iron scrolled stretcher. The top is 1 3/4″ thick and has the most incredible honest repairs. This trestle base table can seat up to 10 chairs. Be sure to view the detailed images.
French coffee table in the Louis XVI style. A simple pierced brass gallery surrounds the inset charcoal & white marble top which has been repaired, please be sure to view the detailed images. The base is made of mahogany with brass accents. Great table to layer with or to use in a small seating area.
A beautiful 19th century mahogany secretaire a abattant, c. 1820. This desk has a black, fossil marble top resting above a single drawer disguised into the apron. Just below the top drawer, the front of the desk folds forward to reveal a work area with a black leather top with gold tooling. A single key works the lock for the fold down desk and acts as a pull. When open, you can see the theatre is equipped with six drawers and a large, arched top cubby. The writing surface height is 29-½” and the maximum depth when the desk is open is 33”. Below the desk, double doors conceal an interior storage cavity with a shelf and drawer. This Empire-style secretary features bookmatched mahogany and traditional Empire columns down each side with brass capitals and bases. The whole is raised on simple block feet. There have been repairs made to this piece over its long life, see detailed pictures for condition.
This classically designed bistro 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 marble. The three foot 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. Inquire for availability! Stone color may vary slightly. Assembly is required. Suitable for use indoors or out. If used outside, tarnishing may occur to the brass band.
Originally made popular during Paris’ Belle Époque, marble bistro tables continue to be used in bars, restaurants and bistros throughout France and other parts of Europe. These solid marble top and iron base tables are constructed in the same manner as they were over 100 years ago. This table features an antiqued, seamless brass band which encompasses the rim of the marble. The table bottom is constructed of 3-legged iron base, ensuring a stable and solid table. The tables are suitable for use indoors or out. If used outside, tarnishing may occur to the brass rim.
A classic and resolute French Empire console. Topped in Belgian granite, this beautiful table is finished in sensational bookmatched mahogany that is in wonderful antique condition. A single drawer is housed in the apron. Tall, column-form front legs support the top along with the console’s more restrained, finished linear rear legs. The front legs are dressed in decorative cast brass collars at their capitals and bases. The legs all conclude at the table’s plinth base, the front corners being turned to support the column legs. Take a look at the detailed photos for a closer view of the antique’s wonderful condition. c.1820
A square vintage French cocktail or coffee table with a unique flair. The frame is made of brass and supported by square acrylic legs. Snuggly enclosed in brass, the top glass is beveled with a small chip at one corner. The lower tier glass is in good condition without visible signs of wear. It attaches to the legs with sleek square facets to give the illusion of floating. Created by renowned French designer Pierre Vandel in the 1970’s. Make sure to view the detailed images to see the Pierre Vandel insignia and to get a better idea for its condition.
This funky, faux bamboo table was crafted in France during the 19th century. The vibrant pine has a fantastic patina throughout. The apron houses a single drawer with a criss-cross faux bamboo carved design. One key is included for the functional lock. Turned legs support the whole while adding so much character to the table. Finished on all sides, giving this versatile table the ability to float in a room. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the charming design and condition!
This charming mahogany bedside table was crafted in 19th century France. A breakfront pierced brass gallery surrounds the antique white marble top. Some discoloration and a hairline crack from many years of use are visible on the top. Three drawers with thumbnail molding are fixed with small brass pulls and easily open. Finished on all sides, giving it the versatility to float in a room. Turned, fluted legs with brass sabots support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this wonderful little nightstand!
This darling French vintage bar cart is sure to impress guests at your next gathering. Complete with two removable glass trays surrounded by a pierced brass gallery- only the top tray features handles. Ribbed legs each feature a decorative artichoke finial. Casters enable the trolley to become mobilized when it’s time to move the party. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the excellent condition of this bar cart.
This vintage French bar cart is the perfect antique element to elevate any bar room or living space. The warmly toned mahogany frame suspends the glass top and showcases decorative carving around the perimeter. Turned, fluted legs connect to a lower shelf that features six brass trimmed bottle holders. Each space is 4” diameter, perfect for any standard wine or champagne bottle. A smart design and easy to roll casters make this a versatile piece while entertaining. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the great condition of this bar cart.
This handsome French console was crafted in the 19th century in the style of Louis XVI. The original, worn shaped white marble top has a molded edge and is removable. Some stains and scuffs are visible on the tops’ surface. The apron features stunning cast brass ormolu- a twisted ribbon and bead motif, beaded panel borders, and columns inset into the corner journey dies. A single drawer is housed in the apron, fixed with decorative bail pulls and escutcheon. One key is included for the functioning lock. Fluted legs with brass capitals and rosette ormolu, connect with a lower shelf that showcases a circular design of inlaid brass beading and a perimeter of cast brass. Add the perfect touch of antique sophistication to any space with this console. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look of the condition of this console.
A petite brass and marble, three tier table from 20th century France. The champagne toned marble shelves are removable and in great condition. The brass has a wonderful patina and elegant details; three decorative finials, bead motif encircling the shelves, and ribbed legs. This sweet table is perfect as a drink table or in a powder room. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look!
This wonderful solid walnut secrétaire à abattant was constructed in the style of Louis XVI, circa 1830. Topped with a great piece of black and white marble. A single, slim drawer at the top features a pair of brass rectangular drop ring pulls and a simple brass inset keyhole that matches the lower three drawers. The front of the desk opens to reveal the writing surface and interior storage, attached to the interior with a slim chain. Outfitted with two shelves and six small drawers flanking a large center drawer featuring a simple brass key hole. Perfect for keeping an organized workspace! The black shagreen writing surface is in wonderful antique condition. All four corners feature fluting. One key is included for the lock securing the desk front; the five other locks are no longer functioning. The vibrant patina and uncluttered design makes this a versatile piece to compliment any living space. Cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
Depth with desk open: 31”
Height to writing surface: 27-⅜”
A beautiful French fruitwood low table, made in the early 1900s, featuring expertly turned legs and curved stretcher details. Vibrant and wonderfully patinated. This fantastic little table would make the perfect coffee or cocktail table, but could also be used as a deep bench. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
This beautiful mahogany console was made in France, circa 1910. The original marble top with white and gray veins has rounded front corners. Over the course of the table’s life, the marble was broken, and has since been professionally mended. The console has been finished with mahogany veneer. Scrolled supports brace the top and serve as the table’s front legs ending in incredibly-carved paws while the back is supported with two more simply-finished legs meant to sit flat against a wall. The console’s plinth-style base is patinated and raised slightly by cylindrical feet in the front and plain rectangle feet in the back.
This wonderful 19th century Empire table is the perfect addition to any home decor style. Beautiful, black Belgian granite – in great condition – tops the rich mahogany base. Three turned column-form legs lift the top, each with highly decorative cast brass ormolu capitals and bases. A thick concave triform stretcher base joins the legs and provides reinforcement for lasting stability. It could also be used as a low shelf. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
A stunning Louis Philippe style mahogany commode with a fold-down secretary desk housed in its top drawer. Its gray and charcoal marble top has rounded front corners and a fantastic visual texture, complimented by its exceptional mahogany finish. The drawer fronts are bookmatched, making a striking and symmetrical mahogany pattern. The top drawer / desk unit does not lock. You can see the attention to detail when the top drawer front is opened to reveal the secretary work space, finished in bird’s eye maple. A small brass button to the left operates the top release. The drawer front folds down, creating a work surface topped in black leather with gold tooling detail around the perimeter. Four drawers with knobs and a pigeon hole for storage are found inside the secretary. A bank of three drawers can be found below, with the top lock not functioning, and the lower two in working order. Hidden at the bottom of this piece is a large drawer, pulled open by placing your hand just below the front edge of the lower apron. Check out our detailed photos to see all of the antique’s interesting features.
This vintage mahogany coffee table base is in the Louis XVI style and topped with an outstanding piece of colorful marble. It features a brass trimmed paneled apron with fluted, turned legs that taper to brass capped feet. A perfect low table ideal for coffee or cocktails!
This funky game table is a great way to add tons of character to any room without sacrificing too much space. Twisting the folded top clockwise will raise one of the envelope triangles with a simple mechanism on the interior of the fold. Once raised it is easy to open the rest of the table top to reveal a green felt playing surface and four counter wells. The felt is in good antique condition with minor wear. The apron houses a single drawer to easily store and access your cards, chips, or dominos. Rectangular, tapered legs support the whole. A very thin band of light wood inlay details the whole; accentuating the folds on top, drawer front and legs. Finished on all sides; meant to seat four chairs. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the great patina and condition.
Closed: 29-½”H x 20-⅛”W x 20-⅛”D
Open: 28-½” H x 28-⅜”W x 28-⅜” D
Open Knee Clearance: 27-¼”H
This is a darling petite lady’s writing desk from France circa 1850. Sleek and uncluttered design, typical of its Louis XVI style. A wonderful white marble top is encircled by an elegant breakfront pierced brass gallery. The body of the desk has been crafted from a combination of vibrant mahogany and rosewood; showcased throughout with tasteful inlay work and thoughtful bookmatching. The glass in both doors is original and features a wavy texture and delightful bubbles. The locking doors house a display or storage space with a single removable shelf. Just below the doors are two small drawers with brass pulls. The desk top folds open to reveal a green leather writing surface with gold tooling in good antique condition; wear consistent with use where the surface hinges. The apron houses a single locking drawer flanked by two pull-out support bars for when the writing surface is open. Two keys are included. The whole is raised on tapered legs. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at its fine condition and see below for specific measurements.
Open desk depth: 24-¼”D // Apron clearance: 24-⅜”H // Open desk clearance: 28-⅝”H
This darling petite 19th century Empire gueridon is the perfect addition to any home decor style! Beautiful black marble in great condition tops the rich mahogany base. Three turned column-like supports, each with highly decorative gilded ormolu capitals and bases. A thick concave triform stretcher beneath for lasting stability. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
A dignified 19th century mahogany secrétaire à abattant from France . This desk has an exceptional black, Belgian Granite top with fossil inclusions resting above a single drawer disguised into the apron. Just below the top drawer, the front of the desk folds forward to reveal a work area inset with stunning black leather detailed with gold tooling. The leather is in great antique condition with very little signs of age. When open, you can see the theatre is equipped with five drawers and a large, arched top cubby flanked with column forms. An extra interior hidden drawer runs lengthwise atop the arched cavity. With the desk down the maximum depth is 31-½”; the writing surface is 29-⅛” heigh. The desk front and lower doors feature an incredibly unique clover shaped lock, one clover key is included for both locks. Three narrow drawers, each with a pair of small round pulls, are housed behind the doors. This Empire-style secretary features eye-catching bookmatched mahogany and traditional Empire columns down each side with brass capitals and bases. The whole is raised on simple, bullet feet. There have been professional repairs made to this piece over its long life, see detailed pictures for condition.
A statley 19th century mahogany secrétaire à abattant from France, circa 1810. This desk has an exceptional charcoal marble top resting above a single drawer disguised into the apron. Just below the top drawer, the front of the desk folds forward to reveal a work area inset with vibrant red leather 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 and a large, arched top cubby flanked with column forms. With the desk down the maximum depth is 32”; the writing surface is 28-½” heigh. The desk front and lower doors each feature a decorative brass escutcheon depicting intersecting torches among floral garland forms; one key is included for all four functioning locks. A pair of simple, round brass pulls on each drawer allow easy access. This Empire-style secretary features eye-catching bookmatched mahogany and traditional Empire columns down each side with brass capitals and bases. There have been professional repairs made to the marble top which are nearly invisible to the eye, see detailed pictures for condition.
Louis XV style writing desk from France, circa 1840, will elevate any home office or library to the next level of sophistication. Gorgeous red leather writing surface with gold tooling and a breakfront lip provides an inviting space to work at. The walnut desk is finished all the way around, making it perfect for floating in a room! The apron houses two drawers, each adorned with a unique cast brass escutcheon, and a simply scalloped edge, the drawers on the back side are faux. Four bowed legs support the whole and feature decorative brass sabots. There is no key included with this piece. Cleaned and polished with French wax paste, the drawers open easily. Knee clearance is 22-½”H. Over 180 years of use have granted this writing desk a fantastic patina. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the overall good quality of this piece.
A charming pair of light fruitwood side tables recently constructed in France. A small lip is featured around the top. Each apron houses a single drawer and drink slide. Laurel and ribbon eschutecons grace the front of each drawer; both contain a functioning lock and include a key each. Green leather with gold tooling protects the integrity of the drink slides. Max width with the slides out is 28-⅛”. A lower shelf with a small lip joins the tapered legs, providing the perfect place for extra storage. Square, brass sabots protect the feet. A vibrant patina and strong lines make these perfect for any space! Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
A vintage French Maison Jansen style rectangular table from the mid-20th century, with faux-bamboo brass base and glass top. The rectangular glass top is resting on a double X brass frame, connected by a center support. With its clean lines and golden hue, it will be an excellent decorative choice for any home. The glass is removable. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!
This beautiful ebonized game table from 19th century France is an eye catcher in any space! In its folded state, an intricate urn and floral crest with inlay brass and mother of pearl graces the center. A detailed brass trim borders the shaped edge. When open the game top measures 29-½”H x 34-⅝”W x 34-⅝”D. The green felt game surface, perimetered by gold tooling, is in great condition for its age. Adorned with brass ormolu and sabots; the fluted, tapered legs elegantly support the whole. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the great condition of the piece!
An absolutely stunning center table for any space! The gorgeous new marble top perfectly compliments the warm toned rosewood base. Quality craftsmanship is evident in the artfully carved geometric panels on each end of the table and beautiful turned legs and stretcher. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this one of a kind table!