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  • French 18th Century Oak Reclining Arm Chair

    $2,400.00

    45.50"H x 24.50"W x 23.75"D

    Dimensions: 45 ½” H x 24 ½” W x 23 ¾” D

    This rare French 18th century Louis XVI armchair reclines, and features a hand carved solid oak frame with shaped arms that curve down to the chair’s scalloped base and turned baluster legs. The high chair back reclines using two forged iron handles on each arm, giving the versatile armchair three comfortable reclining positions. The recliner is upholstered in a worn, brightly colored floral fabric secured with brass nailheads. View the detailed images to see the current condition of this antique recliner.

    Seat height: 19”
    Arm height: 26”
    Reclining Depth 2: 29 ¾” D
    Reclining Depth 3: 35 ¼” D

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    French 19th Century Louis Philippe Armoire

    French 19th Century Louis Philippe Armoire

    Original price was: $2,995.00.Current price is: $1,995.00.

    84.50"H x 50.50"W x 20"D

    Dimensions: 84 ½” H x 50 ½” W x 20” D

    A French Louis Philippe style solid walnut armoire. This armoire has a pair of paneled and bookmatched doors that open with a working lock and key to a fitted interior with three 14” D removable shelves. Beneath the center shelf are two drawers, one with its own functioning lock and key. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. View the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • French 18th Century Louis XV Petite Buffet

    $2,995.00

    42"H x 39"W x 19"D

    Dimensions: 42” H x 39” W x 19” D

    A French Louis XV period solid oak buffet. A pair of carved doors hang on steel barrel hinges with hand cut escutcheon plates and a working lock and key. The interior has one fixed 16 ½” deep shelf. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. View the detailed images, patina is consistent with age and wear.

  • Swedish Gustavian 18th Century Settle

    $9,995.00

    40.50"H x 72.75"W x 26.25"D

    Dimensions: 40 ½” H x 72 ¾” W x 26 ¼” D

    A Swedish Gustavian settle or bench from the 1790’s with its original paint finish. The frame of this Swedish bench is made of carved pine with its original worn blue paint finish. The flat back sits higher than the reeded bench arms and has a faint star shaped design in the center. A recently made linen seat cushion sits perfectly inside the frame with a zipper along the backside. Cleaned and tightened this antique is ready for your immediate use, be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.

    Overall seat height: 23 ½”
    Cushion is 4”H x 66”W x 23 ½”D

  • Set of 10 Swedish Gustavian Dining Chairs

    $24,995.00

    37.25"H x 18.75"W x 18"D

    Dimensions: 37 ¼” H x 18 ¾” W x 18” D

    A stately set of ten Swedish Gustavian upholstered dining chairs from the Louis XVI period. These sturdy and comfortable painted chairs are all hand carved with a floral and hop design at the top of the chair back and leaf motifs on the other three sides. There is a similar design on the chair bases, all raised on a pair of turned and fluted front legs. The seat is removable and recently upholstered. Cleaned and tightened these dining chairs are ready for your immediate use, be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition. Seat height: 18”

  • Pair of French 18th Century Gilt Candelabras

    $4,600.00

    17"H x 15.50"W x 7.50"D

    Dimensions: 17” H x 15 ½” W x 7 ½” D

    A French pair of double arm giltwood candelabras from the 1700’s. This impressive hand carved pair of light fixtures are most likely from a church. The hand carved details depict stylized floral stems with a center medallion and cross, topped with a flaming torch. Recently wired for US electrical using UL listed parts, the fixtures are ready for your interior. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this antique pair of candelabras.

  • French 18th Century Dark Oak Coffer

    $1,895.00

    25"H x 45.75"W x 23.25"D

    Dimensions: 25” H x 45 ¾” W x 23 ¼” D

    A French solid dark oak coffer from the 1700’s. This sturdy trunk has a paneled design on its top, facade, and side panels and opens on hand forged iron hinges to a wide open interior. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • French 18th Century Painted Louis XV Armoire

    $4,200.00

    85.50"H x 52.25"W x 25.50"D

    Dimensions: 85 ½” H x 52 ¼” W x 25 ½” D

    A French Louis XV painted armoire from the early 1700’s. This armoire is paneled and carved on all three sides in the Louis XV style with its original paint finish. A pair of tall doors open with a functioning lock and key to a large interior fitted with three 19” deep fixed shelves and new paint. Cleaned and tightened this table is ready for your immediate use, be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • Belgian 18th Century Solid Oak Cabinet

    $3,200.00

    48"H x 36.50"W x 22"D

    Dimensions: 48” H x 36 ½” W x 22” D

    A two door Belgian solid oak buffet from the 1700’s. This cabinet is paneled on all three sides with rounded front corners. Two tall doors hang on barrel hinges and open using a turned wooden knob. The interior is fitted with six easy to use drawers with brass ring pulls over one removable 18 ¼” deep shelf. The cabinet is raised on a pair of ebonized bun feet. Cleaned and polished with a paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images to see its current condition.

  • Dutch 18th Century Single Door Cabinet

    $1,995.00

    62.25"H x 42"W x 17"D

    Dimensions: 62 ¼” H x 42” W x 17” D

    A single door oak cabinet made in the Netherlands during the 1700’s. Patinated from centuries of use, this rustic solid oak cabinet is made of wide single planks and has a paneled and reeded door front, typical of the region. A single door opens on steel barrel hinges with its working lock and key. The interior has two fixed 13 1⁄4” deep shelves. This early Dutch cabinet is lifted on a pair of feet called “slofpoten” often found on earlier Dutch cabinets. Cleaned and polished with a paste wax, this antique is ready to be used. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • Norwegian 18th Century Pine Painted Coffer

    $2,400.00

    22.25"H x 59.25"W x 18.25"D

    Dimensions: 22 ¼” H x 59 ¼” W x 18 ¼” D

    A Norwegian coffer made of solid pine has a worn stained and painted patina, circa 1766. The facade of this trunk is made of a single plank with a painted paneled pattern over a plinth base inscribed with the date 1766. The top opens on hand forged iron hinges to an open interior. Cleaned and polished with a paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images to see its current condition.

  • Large Gustavian 18th Century Painted Daybed

    $12,500.00

    38.25"H x 84.88"W x 28.25"D

    Dimensions: 38 ¼” H x 84 ⅞” W x 28 ¼” D

    An impressive and long Swedish Gustavian daybed from the 1790’s. This bed frame is all hand carved with bell flower motifs and guilloche patterned carvings. Recently tightened and upholstered with new cushions and a muslin fabric, it is ready for its final layer of upholstery. The whole is lifted on Louis XVI style fluted and tapered legs. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition. Seat Height: 22”

  • Swedish Painted Pine Trunk-Daybed

    $8,400.00

    30"H x 51.25"W x 26.75"D

    Dimensions: 30” H x 51 ¼” W x 26 ¾” D

    A Swedish painted pine trunk and convertible daybed from the 18th century. This versatile antique has its original worn painted finish with a well-earned patina. The simple top surface lifts off its base to an open storage area. The facade of this interesting case piece has two horizontal paneles painted a worn dark blue. Hooks are found on each end that unlock the front of the bed to then extend forward creating space for a mattress. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this interesting trunk-daybed. Interior Dimensions: 30”H x 65 ¾” W x 40 ¾” D

  • French 18th Century Louis XV Painted & Gilt Queen Bed

    $7,995.00

    63"H x 60"W x 89"D

    Dimensions: 63”H x ” 60”W x ” 89”D

    A quality Louis XV Period carved and gold gilt queen bed frame. The four piece frame has classic carvings of Rococo influenced Louis XV style with flamboyant carvings and gold gilt cartouches with hand painted flowers. The bedrails have been extended to accommodate a standard queen size mattress. Instead of the mattress sitting between the rails it now sits on top. Be sure to view the detailed images.

    Headboard: 63”H x 60”W x 3”D
    Footboard: 40 ¼”Hx 65 ½”W x 4”D
    Bed Rails: 10 ⅜”H x 82”W x 4”D

  • French 18th Century Painted & Carved Armoire

    $6,995.00

    80.50"H x 60.25"W x 20.25"D

    Dimensions: 80 ½” H x 60 ¼” W x 20 ¼” D

    A painted and carved French armoire from the late 1700’s. The cabinet has its original paint finish that is worn in all the right places with whimsical and geometric carved designs. The pair of paneled doors are inset with a worn brass wire and open with a working lock and key to an interior with two 16” deep fixed shelves. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this armoire.

  • Pair of 18th Century Louis XV Brass Sconces

    $2,200.00

    13.75"H x 12"W x 6.50"D

    Dimensions: 13 ¾” H x 12” W x 6 ½” D

    An elegant pair of French Louis XV period brass sconces. This stunning pair of non wired sconces are made of solid brass. The stylized backplate has all the classic Rococo patterns found in the Louis XV style. Twisting and vine-like arms end with stylized candle cups. Sold as a pair only. Be sure to look at the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • Swedish 18th Century Gustavian Painted Chest

    $7,500.00

    36.25"H x 40.50"W x 21.25"D

    Dimensions: 36 ¼” H x 40 ½” W x 21 ¼” D

    A Swedish Gustavian chest of drawers from the late 1700’s with its original paint finish. The top is painted a charcoal color, mimicking Belgium bluestone. The cabinet has a layered paint finish with three easy-to-use drawers with iron ring pulls. The front corners of this chest are fluted and chamford and end of tapered feet. Be sure to see the detailed images to see the current condition of this painted chest of drawers.

  • French 18th Century Marquetry Commode

    $3,995.00

    32"H x 31.75"W x 19.50"D

    Dimensions: 32” H x 31 ¾” W x 19 ½” D

    A petite and impressive French marquetry commode from the 1700’s. The commodes top is in wonderful antique condition with marquetry designs trimmed with ebonized molding. There are three drawers all with patterned marquetry designs, gilt bronze handles and rounded ebonized escutcheon plates. All locks are in working order and share one key. The interior of the drawers are lined with a rich blue paper, a cheerful contrast to the tones of the exterior. The side panels have complimentary marquetry designs to the top and front. The whole ends with a scalloped apron and cabriole legs. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this commode is ready to be used in your interior. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • Swedish Gustavian Painted Cabinet

    $9,500.00

    74"H x 51"W x 19.50"D

    Dimensions: 74” H x 51” W x 19 ½” D

    A painted Swedish Gustavian armoire from the late 1700’s. This solid pine cabinet has its original light gray-blue paint finish that is worn in all the right places. The tall paneled doors are carved with reeded diamond shape designs and open on their original iron hinges. The interior is fitted with four 16”deep fixed shelves. The tall plinth base has a large arched opening in the center. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this painted cabinet.

  • French 18th Century Louis XVI Gold Gilt Mirror

    $14,500.00

    92.50"H x 55"W x 5.50"D

    Dimensions: 92 ½” H x 55” W x 5 ½” D

    A large French Louis XVI gold gilt mirror made in 18th Century France. The mirror has a carved plaster crest with a center floral cartouche and laurel leaf branches. The center top of the frame is rounded with square corners and embellished with egg and dart motifs and ribbons. The whole frame has its original gold gilt finish with reddish bole beneath. The original mirror plate has light foxing and crystallization. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • Italian 18th Century Silver-Gilt & Marble Console

    $12,500.00

    33"H x 50"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 33” H x 50” W x 23” D

    An impressive silver-gilt Italian console from the late 18th Century. The worn and patinated white marble top is smooth and makes for a durable surface. The base is hand carved with floral swags, bows and a cameo in the center. The legs are tapered with foliage cravings. Due to its age and nature of the narrow legs, you’ll find forged iron brackets on the back legs for additional support, a repair from long ago that continues to thrive. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • Swedish Gustavian 18th Century Table

    $6,200.00

    30.25"H x 40.88"W x 28.25"D

    Dimensions: 30 ¼” H x 40 ⅞” W x 28 ¼” D

    A Swedish Gustavian style center table is sure to make a statement in any interior. This table has its original worn blue painted finish and features a removable top over an apron with two drawers, each with a turned knob. The whole sits on tapered and fluted legs. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this antique center table. Knee Clearance: 23 ½”

  • Swedish 18th Century Louis XVI Style Painted Daybed

    $12,500.00

    33.50"H x 80.50"W x 29.50"D

    Dimensions: 33 ½” H x 80 ½” W x 29 ½” D

    An impressive, long Swedish 18th Century Louis XVI daybed. The sides of this daybed are the same height and are carved with Louis XVI style motifs. The bed frame is upholstered in a comfortable worn velvet, matching its removable cushion. This daybed has its original painted finish throughout and sits on eight sturdy turned legs. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this charming daybed.

  • Dutch 18th Century Oak & Ebonized Armoire

    $5,995.00

    72.50"H x 58.50"W x 25"D

    Dimensions: 72 ½” H x 58 ½” W x 25” D

    A Dutch armoire made of solid oak from the 1700’s. This armoire has geometric paneling instead of the classic pillowed carvings of the similarly styled Dutch kussenkast. Built in four bodies this case piece comes apart in four sections; the crown, the section with two short doors, a section with two taller doors and the base which includes a large drawer and ebonized bun feet. A single key is used for both functioning locks. Cleaned, tightened and polished with a paste wax this antique is ready for immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • Pair of Swedish 18th Century Louis XVI Style Benches

    $4,200.00

    18.25"H x 19.50"W x 14.75"D

    Dimensions: 18 ¼” H x 19 ½” W x 14 ¾” D

    A Swedish pair of Louis XVI style benches made in the 1700’s. These classically styled benches have a neutral colored top cushion filled with horsehair, ready for a custom upholstery. The frames have hand-carved rosettes in each corner and other Louis XVI style motifs throughout. The whole terminates on fluted and tapered legs. Sold as a set only. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this pair of Louis XVI style benches.

  • Swedish Gustavian Painted Banquette

    $12,500.00

    36.50"H x 70.88"W x 22.25"D

    Dimensions: 36 ½” H x 70 ⅞” W x 22 ¼” D

    A Swedish 18th century Gustavian period banquette with its original hand-scraped painted finish. The solid constructed frame makes a statement and has a removable seat cushion. The legs of the banquette can slide out, converting this Swedish sofa into a bed. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this banquette. Seat height: 18 ¼”, Bed dimensions: 36” x 64.5”

  • Swedish 18th Century Chair-Table

    $1,400.00

    18"H x 28.25"W x 28.25"D

    Table Dimensions: 18” H x 28 ¼” W x 28 ¼” D

    A pine Swedish chair-table from the 1700’s. This functional antique is a chair that converts into a table by use of hand forged iron hinges that allow the chair’s back to fold down and form the table’s top and legs. Cleaned and polished with a paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Patinated from centuries of use, be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition of this antique chair-table. Chair Dimensions: 36” H x 28” W x 13” D , Seat height: 18”

  • Dutch 18th Century Louis XVI Linen Press

    $5,400.00

    97"H x 63.25"W x 23.75"D

    Dimensions: 97” H x 63 ¼” W x 23 ¾” D

    A mahogany Louis XVI period linen press made in the Netherlands. The top of this case piece has a broken pediment design over large bookmatched and paneled doors that open to reveal three fixed shelves, one at 9 ½” deep and two at 20 ½” deep, and 3 drawers with brass knobs. The bottom of the linen press has matching paneled doors and five oak removable linen press shelves at 20 ¾” deep. Both functioning locks have hand-cut neoclassical escutcheon plates with one key that works for both. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to look at the detailed images to see the current condition of this linen press.

  • Italian Pair of Murano Glass & Mirror Sconces

    $4,995.00

    26.50"H x 13"W x 8.50"D

    Dimensions: 26 ½” H x 13” W x 8 ½” D

    An impressive pair of 18th Century Murano glass sconces. The original mirrored curvy backplates are 10 ½”W with foxing and wear consistent with age. Each sconce has two handmade Murano glass arms with faux candle covers and a cut crystal drop in the center. Professionally rewired for the US using UL listed parts and ready to be hung in your interior. Be sure to view the detailed images for the current condition of this pair of sconces.

  • French 18th Century Louis XVI Gilt Barometer

    $3,200.00

    39.50"H x 14.75"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 39 ½” H x 14 ¾” W x 1” D

    A 18th Century Louis XVI French gold-gilt barometer circa 1780. This early instrument of meteorology was used to measure atmospheric pressure and air temperature. The barometer is adorned with hand carved details; a large bow, flowers, a flaming heart, laurel leaves and scrolls. The dial face is hand-painted and has been repaired over time. The barometer is no longer in working order and is now purely decorative. Be sure to view the detailed images to see this interesting antique up close.

  • Set of 4 Books by German Poet Friedrich von Schiller

    $115.00

    6.50"H x 5.25"W x 4.75"D

    Dimensions: 6 ½” H x 5 ¼” W x 4 ¾” D

    A collection of four volumes of poetry by German playwright and poet Friedrich Schiller. Leather bound with gold lettering, this set includes works found by Schiller’s sons after his death and therefore are not included in his previous publications. The pages have signs of discoloration, make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this set.

  • French 18th Century Directoire Roll Top Desk

    $5,995.00

    49"H x 55.75"W x 25.50"D

    Dimensions: 49” H x 55 ¾” W x 25 ½” D

    A handsome and classically designed French Directoire “D” roll top desk. The desk is topped with a polished piece of St. Anne gris marble. Directly beneath the marble are three drawers with beautiful bookmatched burl mahogany drawer fronts and brass escutcheon plates with an impressive steel key and locking system. The D shaped roll top is quite impressive with its burl bookmatched design and brass handles. The top opens to a fitted interior including three open cavities, three drawers and two spring loaded hidden compartments. The leather top writing surface extends forward making the total depth of the desk 37 ¼”D. The main writing surface is 29 ½”H x 48 ¾”W x 20”D. On each side of the desk you’ll find a slide out leather top writing surface, each measuring 28 ½”H x 19 ⅜”W x 18 ⅜”D. Below the center writing surface you’ll find a center drawer, two stacked drawers on the left side and a single double stacked drawer on the right. The interior of the right drawer is fitted with removable compartments. This desk is supported with squared off tapered legs ending in brass caps. The desk has been cleaned and polished with a French paste wax. Be sure to view the detailed images of this exceptional desk.

  • French 18th Century Solid Walnut Armoire

    $8,995.00

    89.25"H x 53.25"W x 25"D

    Dimensions: 89 ¼” H x 53 ¼” W x 25” D

    A French carved, solid walnut armoire built in the Louis XV period. A Chapeau de Gendarme cornice tops the body of the armoire. Two solid walnut doors have shapely carved panels creating a gorgeous façade with style-matching, recessed panels. The carvings on the exterior include a fleur de lis, star, and shell motifs, typical of rococo decoration. The doors are hung on large steel barrel hinges with long pierced steel escutcheon plates and open to a massive storage space with four fixed shelves measuring 17” deep. The sinuous lines of the scalloped apron continue to the antique’s carved escargot feet in classic Louis XV-style. A single key is present. Cleaned and polished with a French paste wax, this antique is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.

  • English 18th Century Oak Gateleg Oval Table

    $2,995.00

    29"H x 53"W x 48.50"D

    Dimensions: 29” H x 53” W x 48 ½” D

    English 18th Century solid oak gateleg table. This table boosts charm and patina only possible with its age and construction. The table is held together with peg joinery and hand cut steel hinges, and has one drawer in the apron on the one side. The oval drop leaf table top is connected to turned oak legs that open to support the drop leaves. This table was polished with a French paste wax and is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images to see the current condition.
    When the table leaves are down the table is 15 ¼″wide.

  • French 18th Century Solid Oak Commode

    $3,200.00

    34"H x 43.50"W x 23.75"D

    Dimensions: 34” H x 43 ½” W x 23 ¾” D

    A handsome French commode made in the 1780’s of solid oak. The drawers have intricately hand cut steel escutcheon plates and knobs. The drawers have been cleaned and slide open with ease. This commode has been tightened and polished with a French paste wax, ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • French Parisian 18th Century Rosewood Commode

    $9,500.00

    36.38"H x 53"W x 25.13"D

    Dimensions: 36 ⅜” H x 53” W x 25 ⅛” D

    This fantastic Parisian solid rosewood and walnut commode was crafted in 18th century France circa 1740. In great antique condition- the original marble top with a modeled edge is shaped according to the body of the piece. The rosewood and walnut body has a great patina that compliments the bold brass drop pulls and elaborate scrolling escutcheons. No key is present. Three large drawers showcase a shaped front and scrolling scalloped trim. A decoratively carved and shaped skirt is attached to cabriole legs that end in fabulous hoof feet. Cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the quality craftsmanship of this rare commode.

  • Large Framed Painting “La Merienda” by A. Minguez

    $8,995.00

    64.75"H x 91.50"W x 1.38"D

    Dimensions: 64 ¾” H x 91 ½” W x 1 ⅜” D

    “La Merienda” written at the bottom of this cartoon, refers to a light meal served between lunch and dinner. At the top is written “Goya”, which pertains to the known Spanish artist, one of the greatest Old Masters. In 1775 he was employed by the Royal Tapestry Factory in Madrid to design a series of tapestries that were in production for fifteen years. Signed at the bottom is “A. Minguez”, who is believed to be one of Goya’s students painting cartoons as tapestry models for the master. This cartoon has been recently framed and backed to support this 18th century work of art. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the wonderful details.

  • Pair of French 18th Century Louis XV Style Fauteuils

    $1,200.00

    35"H x 23.75"W x 21.13"D

    Dimensions: 35” H x 23 ¾” W x 21 ⅛” D

    A pair of 18th century Louis XV style oak frame chairs. Upholstered with burgundy velvet fabric, the seat height is 16 ¾” without the cushion and 19 ⅛” with the cushion. The caning is in overall great condition, stained to match the rich oak. There is a repair on one of the seats in the caning. Flower carvings on the shaped back beautifully match those on the skirt and legs and there are wonderful paw carvings on the padded arms. The French cabriole legs are lightly carved and provide level support. Comfortable and wide, these chairs are perfect for any living space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French 18th Century Solid Oak Bonnetiere

    $3,200.00

    86.50"H x 38.38"W x 21.25"D

    Dimensions: 86 ½” H x 38 ⅜” W x 21 ¼” D

    This lovely antique bonnetiere, made of solid oak of varying tones and textures, was carved and constructed in 18th century France, circa 1750. This wonderful cabinet features a single tall door that closes before its interior. The door is decorated with shaped deeply carved panels hung on long steel barrel hinges, and it has a working lock that is controlled with its single key. The interior has five adjustable shelves and a small middle drawer with three partitions. The interior is lined with honey colored contact paper in a set Provencal pattern featuring red accent flowers, most likely installed in the last 30 – 40 years, in good condition. This wonderful antique would make a perfect little pantry or storage cabinet. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details and current condition of this antique.

  • French 18th Century Louis XV Style Solid Oak Armoire

    $9,995.00

    91.50"H x 65"W x 27"D

    Dimensions: 91 ½” H x 65” W x 27” D

    This French 18th century armoire in the Louis XV style has a fantastic dark oak finish and gorgeous hand carved details. A shaped cornice sits above elaborately paneled doors on long steel barrel hinges. This piece retains its original locking systems and one key. The doors unlock to reveal a large storage cavity with three natural oak finish adjustable shelves that measure 20 ⅜” deep. This incredible storage piece is highly decorative with multi panels, molded edges, elaborate scroll trim and hand-carved shell and starfish accents. In wonderful antique condition, it has gained a fine patina and sits sturdily on thick scrolled legs that connect with a heavily detailed apron that’s design is also included on each of the sides. Make sure to take a look at the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French 18th Century Solid Wine Press Pedestal

    $1,700.00

    50.25"H x 14"W x 14"D

    Dimensions: 50 ¼” H x 14” W x 14” D

    This wonderfully aged 18th century grape press screw – from a winery in France – has been converted into a pedestal with a circular top and octagonal base added later. The shaft would have driven a large stone wheel downward, crushing and squeezing grapes, forcing out their juice as the stone rotates across them. The production of wine is tantamount to French culture, and these larger-than-life screws made producing it en masse a possibility. This antique press, with its deep, rich patina and exceptional texture could be used as column supporting art or a plant or repurposed as a stunning floor lamp. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this interesting antique.

  • English 18th Century Oak Wainscot Chair

    $2,995.00

    41.50"H x 24"W x 22"D

    Dimensions: 41 ½” H x 24” W x 22” D SEAT: 17 ⅛” H

    A rare and impressive 18th century English wainscot armchair hand-carved from solid oak. A highly decorative and original piece hand-crafted circa 1750 with inlaid floral and foliate motifs on a molded and trimmed back panel. Featuring smooth broad arms on turned supports and a boarded seat raised on turned legs with block feet joined by stretchers and pegged construction throughout. Cleaned and polished from top to bottom with a French paste wax that brings out the beautiful dark patterns and lustrous patina of the oak. This chair is sturdy and structurally sound with two timber cracks on the back panel. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details and current condition of this wonderful antique.

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    English 18th Century Pine Side Table

    English 18th Century Pine Side Table

    Original price was: $2,500.00.Current price is: $1,995.00.

    29.13"H x 32.88"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 29 ⅛” H x 32 ⅞” W x 23” D

    An English side table made from pine in the 1700s. This lovely little table features a rectangular top made using three boards with an ogee edge, nailed and pegged to a simple, straight apron that houses a single drawer in front with a brass winged plate pull. The table rests on four hand turned legs connected by a box stretcher and sits on turned feet. This is a simple and versatile side table that would look great anywhere. Recently cleaned and polished with French paste wax to reveal the wood’s distinctive grain patterns and knots. This table is ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view all the images to see the details and condition of this antique.

  • French Late 18th Century Burl Walnut Buffet

    $3,500.00

    38.25"H x 53.25"W x 23.25"D

    Dimensions: 38-¼”H x 53-¼”W x 23-¼”D

    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.

  • French Pair of 18th Century Louis XV Gold Gilt Fauteuils

    $3,600.00

    35"H x 24"W x 24"D

    Dimensions: 35”H x 24”W x 24”D

    A fantastic pair of Period Louis XV petite fauteuils! The giltwood frames have been carved with exquisite craftsmanship. The giltwood has been worn with age and use, giving the pair a great patina without taking away from the luster of the gold. The upholstery is in good, used condition and depicts a beautiful design of flowers and vines in metallic thread with gold trim. Classic French check fabric on the back. Cabriole legs support the whole ending in escargot feet. Circa 1720. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. Seat height is 17-¼”.

  • French 18th Century Presentation Buffet à Deux Corps

    $7,200.00

    100"H x 41"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 100”H x 41”W x 23”D

    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.

  • French 18th Century Solid Carved Oak Coffer

    $3,450.00

    32.25"H x 55.50"W x 24.50"D

    Dimensions: 32-¼”H x 55-½”W x 24-½”D

    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.

  • Dutch 18th Century Marquetry Settee

    $7,995.00

    44.25"H x 62.50"W x 20.50"D

    Dimensions: 44-¼”H x 62-½”W x 20-½”D

    This Dutch Rococo style three-seat-back settee is a wonderful addition to any interior. Crafted during the 19th century with high quality, ornate marquetry work. The top of each seat back showcases a crowned lion in the standing “rampant” position. Floral designs cover every part of the frame, including the back; giving it the ability to float in any space. The upholstered, striped fabric is fixed to a removable cushion that remains moderately comfortable. The apron is shaped according to the seat cushion and has a scalloped edge. Cabriole legs terminate at claw shaped front feet. Seat height is 20-¼”. Make sure to view the remaining images to get a closer look at this fabulous settee. C. 1760

  • Dutch 18th Century Trumeau

    $4,500.00

    46.38"H x 37.25"W x 3.50"D

    Dimensions: 46-⅜”H x 37-¼”W x 3-½”D

    This Dutch trumeau is a fantastic find! Crafted during the 1790’s, it retains its original mercury mirror plate within a perfectly worn, painted frame. A beautiful depiction of a toga-wearing woman floating among the clouds tops the mirror and is flanked by columns. Two tiny hooks are fixed beside the columns, making it doubly functional in any interior. Make sure to look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of the wonderful details throughout this mirror.

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