A truly stunning Louis Philippe style solid mahogany commode crafted in France circa 1840. Four wide and sleek drawers provide plenty of storage space. The top surface showcases the wood grain perfectly. Each drawer is outfitted with recently added round brass pulls. Wide rounded corners at top paired with wide set feet create a nice profile and make this almost two centuries old piece very sturdy and ready to be used for many more years to come. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This demilune console was hand-crafted in France during the early part of 19th century in the style of Louis XVI. Topped with its original piece of white marble that has been professionally repaired and is surrounded by a 3/4th pierced brass gallery. The apron houses one true drawer flanked by a pair of rounded end faux drawers. The paneled drawer fronts feature a simple brass inset escutcheon and round brass drawer pulls. No key is present. Below is a wonderful shaped and mirrored lower shelf with a full brass gallery edge. Tapered and fluted legs terminate into brass capped feet. Make sure to view all images to get a closer look at the details of this wonderful table.
This handsome bibliotheque was crafted in the style of Louis Philippe in 19th century France. Gorgeous flame patterned mahogany is well paired with deep red toned trim to create a knockout case piece. Original wavy glass in the top cabinet doors adds to its allure and the doors open to three interior storage shelves that measure 9 ⅝” deep. The doors’ lock is functional and includes its own small key. The bottom cabinet features paneled doors with shaped trim that also lock and open with a larger key. A total of two keys are present. The bottom cabinets open to a large storage space with one shelf that measures 16’ deep. The gorgeous array of color in the wood along with an uncluttered design make this bibliotheque a versatile piece that will work beautifully in any living space. Make sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details and the current condition of this great antique bookcase.
A French 19th century drop leaf extending dining table crafted from walnut that has gained a fantastic patina. The top sits over a simple apron supported with six wonderfully turned legs on patinated brass caps. Each drop leaf has a wood support that pulls out from under the table. The dimensions of the table with leaves down: 30”H x 49 ⅛” W x 26”D. When leaves are up the table measures 49”W. The leaves for the extension are missing but could be fabricated to fit. The leaf gap is 69 ¼”. Fully extended, this table is an amazing 117” wide. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this great casual dining table.
Massive in size this French 19th century mantel mirror is impressive in size and stunning with rich tones and grain patterns in the walnut. A traditional thick frame carved with molded and trimmed edges is a classic design that allows this mirror the ability to blend into a formal or relaxed interior. The mirror plate is original and shows foxing. Truly unique and beautiful. Be sure to view all the images to see the details and current condition of this marvelous mirror.
A French 19th century commode that has been painted with a faux bois finish that simulates grain wood. This case piece features a smooth wood top, three wide drawers with elaborate cornucopia escutcheon plates and round brass pulls with encircling neoclassical designs. No key is present. The base is supported by sturdy banded and turned feet. Simply elegant and full of charm this commode with ample storage space would be a great addition to any home. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
A pair of silver plated French candelabras made into bouillotte lamps with new black metal shades. Bouillotte is a card game that became popular in France during the 18th & 19th centuries. For light, they would use a bouillotte lamp. These silver plated lamps are beautiful showcasing a well patinated finish with touches of verdi gris. They also feature repeating neoclassical patterns, les perles, and 4 candelabra arms with faux wax candle covers. In the past as bouillotte candles would burn down one would use a key, where the shade connects the middle shaft, to lower the shade as the candles went down to allow the players to be free of glare. Recently rewired by a professional for the US using UL listed parts.
Made in France, this wonderful antique can play double duty. This demilune console table sits wonderfully against a wall or the top flips open to a round smooth table surface for dining or playing games.. Rich, expressive mahogany and tapering legs make this game table truly elegant. A fourth leg extends from the back of the console, revealing a hidden drawer that can be used to store chips, cards and game pieces, and provides the support for the opened top. When opened, the table is round with the dimensions 29 ¼” H x 44-½”Diameter, Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A sophisticated set that includes a French 19th century oak bergere and ottoman. Fluted legs, indicative of the Louis XVI style, support each broad cushioned piece with slender elegance. The sturdy oak frames of each are deeply carved, molded and trimmed and have a well patinated wood finish that gleams. Comfortable cushions on each wide seat and durable ivory colored upholstery make this set easy to incorporate into any existing home decor. The worn fabric is in good condition with some staining and discoloration, as to be expected with age and use. Comfortable and deep, the seat height is 18 ½” with the cushion. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this handsome set.
Dimensions Chair: 36 ¼”H x 29 ¾”W x 34”D
Dimensions Ottoman: 18 ½” H x 29 ½” W x 25 ½” D
An elongated solid fruitwood extending dining table hand-crafted in 19th century France circa 1850. Beautiful wood grain, rich tones, and a range of textures give the smooth tabletop its abundant character. The sleek hand-carved apron features a single petite drawer accessed by a wooden pull. Four long tapering legs support the massive top which has two leaves on either side that slide 32 ½ inches out giving the table a total width of 138 ½”. This table adds simple elegance to any room and its great craftsmanship and functionality make it an excellent find. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This striking deep green marble carved pedestal is classically beautiful and very sturdy. It’s worn in all the right places and brings age and patina to any interior. Perfect for housing a sculpture or plant and easy to use all over the house. Be sure to scroll through all the images to see its detailed carvings and gorgeous color. The top is removable for transport and slides over a metal rod attached to its base.
A sleek and simple French solid oak corner cabinet that will add a bit more storage space without taking up too much room. Hand-crafted in the 19th century around 1860, this is a custom piece that was built into a corner with a beautiful removable marble top. The body is curved at the front with two paneled doors that open to an interior with a fixed shelf that measures 19 ⅝” deep in the center . One key is present for the workable lock. The walnut has been polished to show off its unique grain pattern, rich tones, and patina. The whole sits on a curved plinth base. In excellent antique condition. Make sure to view the detailed images. The left and right sides are equal and measure 25 ¼” W.
The wonderful wood grain of the solid bookmatched fruitwood draws the eye toward this attractive Louis Philippe buffet. Made in France, circa 1840, this case antique is constructed with two drawers set above a singular interior cavity. The patinated top has rounded front corners with overhang that pairs well with its wide bracket feet below. The apron houses the buffet’s two drawers – each appointed with whimsical masqued pierrot brass ring pulls. Behind the beautiful burl doors exists an interior storage compartment outfitted with a single adjustable shelf that measures 16” deep. The doors contain a working lock and latch that will secure its contents. One key is present. A simple, linear design affords this French case antique a universal appeal that works well in so many interiors. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A French Empire buffet hand-crafted in France circa 1850. The plank top is smooth and showcases the beauty of the wood tone and grain patterns. The apron houses three drawers, the center one being more petite and can lock. Three keys are present to open both that drawer and the two bottom paneled doors that open to reveal one long shelf and ample room for storage. The front doors are flanked by handsome, turned and polished columns that follow down to sturdy blocked feet. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look.
This unique Louis Philippe antique is made of beautifully figured walnut and the interior has been recently painted and pairs well with the tones of the walnut and can be seen through the glass double doors. One key is present for the doors working lock. Three adjustable shelves are housed within the interior and measure 16” deep. Fabulous burl veneer wows in the crown and base of this stylish piece.The whole has gained a great amount of patina and will add an abundance of charm to any space. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look.
This elegant petite 19th century Louis XVI style gueridon is the perfect addition to any home decor style. A beautiful white marble top with a brass gallery edge sits on the rich mahogany base. Three elongated chamfered legs follow down to nicely turned arrow feet and are connected by a demilune stretcher for lasting stability. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A classic French console table from the Empire period circa 1810. Crafted from warmly toned mahogany, it has gained a wonderful patina over the decades. It retains its original removable fossil marble top. The sleek apron contains one drawer and is supported by turned column front legs accented with neoclassical style brass capitals and bases. A thick, plinth base sits flush to the ground and provides great support for the table. The uncluttered design makes it easy to incorporate it into any space. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This handsome armchair was crafted in 19th century France from solid oak and recently upholstered in a creamy ivory fabric.The fabric is tightly secured to the frame with staples and is ready for new upholstery that pairs with your interior or a custom slipcover. Its regal high back and deep cushioning make this chair very comfortable. Scrolling arms and turned, fluted front legs showcase the quality craftsmanship. Seat: 15” H. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. Seat height: 15”.
An elegant 19th century French Restauration console with its original removable piece of St Anne marble. The beautiful marble top sits over a thick shaped base, making its profile classic of the Restauration period. Thick flame mahogany veneer has rich coloring and compliments well with thoughtful neoclassical brass accents. The entire design of this table has a hint of decadence all the way down to the paw feet accents. A hidden drawer is concealed in the apron for storage. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. The marble top has been recently repaired.
This wonderful French 19th century, solid walnut semainier is the perfect way to add more organizational storage to your space without sacrificing style. The design of the semainier was originally created in the 18th Century with 7 drawers to hold a week’s supply of clothing. It’s gained a beautiful patina since its creation circa 1830. Seven drawers each feature brass lion head pulls and simple escutcheons. No key is present. Recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste, the drawers easily open. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This magnificent 19th century French semainier is the perfect way to add more storage to your space without sacrificing style or square footage. Semainiers were originally created in the 18th Century with 7 drawers to hold a week’s supply of clothing. Finished with a rich mahogany veneer and chamfered corners, it’s gained a beautiful patina since it was crafted circa 1830. Seven drawers each feature a pair of brass pulls and elaborate brass escutcheon plates with paired griffons. One key is included for all seven working locks. The entire piece is flanked by elegant caryatid corners and tapers down to wonderfully detailed paw feet, key elements of the Empire style. It has been recently cleaned and polished with French wax paste. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great condition of this antique.
A divine 19th century mahogany secrétaire à abattant from France, circa 1810. This desk has an exceptional black marble top resting above a single drawer disguised into the apron. Just underneath is another more visible top drawer with polished brass lion’s head pulls and striking brass shield escutcheons that feature paired griffons. These stylized escutcheons follow down to be found on the bottom drawers and one key is included for all five functioning locks. Under both top drawers the front of the desk folds forward to reveal a work area inset with vibrant orange leather elegantly 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 with round brass sunburst pulls and a large open cubby partitioned with arches and columns with the center housing carved stairs that can be removed to reveal a private storage space. With the desk down the maximum depth is 22 ½”; the writing surface is 34 ¼” W x 30”H. This Empire-style secretary features eye-catching bookmatched mahogany and traditional neoclassical columns down each side with decorative brass capitals and bases. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this marvelous antique.
A gorgeous solid walnut buffet a deux corps, hand-crafted in the Restauration style, in 1870s France. The buffet is composed of two bodies: an upper and lower. The upper body is outfitted with two fixed shelves inside that measure 14 ¾” deep. The trimmed and paneled top doors contain a working lock and one large key. The lower body is slightly deeper and has an interior cavity with a single fixed shelf that measures 21 ⅛” deep. These doors are secured with a magnetic latch. Both sets of doors have wonderful inlaid diamond pattern escutcheons. The apron houses three small drawers, the center one is petite and opens with a polished brass round pull centered in a lovely cartouche. The other two drawers slide easily and open with turned and trimmed wooden pulls. This is a handsome case antique that will provide bountiful storage and beauty to any room it graces. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition and wonderful details of this highly functional antique.
A charming solid walnut buffet hand-crafted in France at the beginning of the reign of Louis Philippe duc d’Orléans, circa 1830. A gorgeously patinated plank top with a molded edge sits over a long shaped frieze drawer with a trimmed wooden pull and two paneled doors fixed with an oval brass escutcheon plate with beaded surround. One key is present and remains in the lock for ease of use. The two doors open to a single storage cavity with one removable shelf with a depth of 19 ⅜”. Raised on block feet this buffet is tall, sturdy, and built for longevity. Its timeless style would work well with almost any interior. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the great patina and wonderful craftsmanship of this handsome buffet.
Dazzling bookmatched veneer and figured fruitwood make this 19th century French Empire style enfilade truly stunning. Hand-crafted in France circa 1850, this enfilade features a gorgeous, smooth, well patinated top with a deep molded edge which sits atop three frieze drawers found in the sleek front apron. Below are three interior cavities with the center being larger than the other two. All are concealed behind beautifully paneled doors that showcase incredible patterns in bookmatched veneer and simple inset brass escutcheons. Two keys are included for the working locks, one for the top drawers and one for the bottom cabinets. The left center door locks with a hidden latch. Each bottom cabinet contains one adjustable shelf that measures 18 7⁄8” deep. The paneled doors are flanked with large, elegant and polished columns, a hallmark of the Empire style. Each column has an etched brass encircled capital and sturdy well turned bases that support the whole. Beautiful honeyed tones in the fruitwood and interesting grain patterns makes this enfilade a real show stopper. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details.
A gorgeous and regal Louis XVI style gold gilt mirror hand-crafted in France in the 19th century. This elegant mirror boasts the original mirror glass with a beautiful beveled edge. The hand-carved frame is topped with an ornately carved shaped cornice with a beaded and beribboned center cameo festooned with an intricately carved floral garland. The sides are beautifully reeded and ribbon tied. The quality gilt has gained a fabulous patina over the decades with a bit of French red showing through in some areas. Make sure to check out the detailed photos for a closer look at this magnificent mantel mirror.
An early 19th Century French Louis XVI style commode made of beautifully toned walnut. Hand-crafted in France circa 1810, its original shaped black marble top has white and gray tiny patterns that resemble the night sky, and it sits over five drawers decorated with brass shield escutcheons and angular brass drop pulls. One key is present to open all locks. This dignified case piece showcases a gorgeous wood grain and honeyed tones. Iconic of the Louis XVI style this piece features two well turned fluted columns flanking the long drawers, each ending in long toupie feet. The patina of the wood is truly beautiful, be sure to look at all the images to see the details and current condition of this handsome antique commode.
A petite 19th Century Louis XVI style commode hand-crafted in France circa 1860. This stylish case piece is made of mahogany and topped with its original, removable, shaped marble top that has incredibly gorgeous gray patterns throughout. A bank of three drawers with brass trimmed paneling are all fitted with simple brass escutcheon plates and attractive angular brass drop pulls. One key is present and opens all three working locks. Rounded fluted corners flank the drawers that are topped with decorative brass appliques with repeating neoclassical patterns. The whole is raised on front toupie feet topped with ornamental brass, a classic element of Louis XVI style. The sides of this case piece are handsomely paneled and trimmed adding to its all over appeal. Make sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details of this splendid antique commode.
A French Louis Philippe style wall or mantel mirror that is elegant and timeless with its deeply molded and trimmed rectangular frame with rounded top corners. Hand-crafted in France in the 19th century, this lovely mirror features engraved floral vining that winds gracefully around the whole frame, and intricately carved beading that surrounds the original mirror plate that displays a bit of foxing and sparkling diamond dust. The original gilding is well patinated and over a century of natural wear has revealed the reddish bole base coat beneath creating a pleasing contrast to the gold leaf. Be sure to view all the images to see the details and current condition of this beautiful antique mirror.
Contact from countless hours spent on the farm have patinated the top of this wonderful French milking stool. Its rectangular top is supported by four splayed legs in a simple construction. Dating to the 1800s, this wonderful antique seat could serve a number of purposes today. It would make a wonderful little drink or side table. It could be used to elevate a decorative object or make an interesting little plant stand. Sturdy yet light, you can place this charming little antique wherever you please! Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this darling stool.
An elegant Empire style commode from 19th century France, circa 1840. The stunning smooth wood top is well patinated and showcases the gorgeous honeyed tones of the walnut. A hidden frieze drawer within the apron slides easily and allows for extra storage space. Three lower drawers with fine walnut grain patterns on their fronts all have simple brass escutcheons and round brass pulls edged with a lovely repeating neoclassical pattern. No key is present, however the brass knobs make the drawers slide easily. A wonderful patina enriches the entire piece which is sturdy and stands on shaped block feet. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the details and current condition of this handsome commode.
A lovely petite 19th century French mirror in a well patinated gold gilt frame. Handcrafted in France in the 1800s the worn gold gilt and underlying gesso coming through on the hand-carved frame create a truly wonderful patina and textured look. The original mercury mirror plate is amazing with atmospheric foxing and sparkling diamond dust throughout. This mirror is a work of art in itself with so many wonderful details brought on by time and wear. Though worn, the gold gilt is still lustrous and shimmers. Timeless and elegant, this mirror will work well in modern or antique decor and is sure to be a conversion piece wherever it resides. Be sure to view all the images to see the incredible details of this miniature mirror.
A charming French Louis XVI style commode hand-crafted in France circa 1800. This fabulous mahogany commode / buffet displays a wonderful demilune shape and is topped with its original gorgeous piece of shaped and molded marble in colors of deep red, gray and white displaying stunning patterns and inclusions throughout. Providing ample storage space, it boasts three drawers, each equipped with dual round brass drop pulls and sweetly beribboned escutcheons. In addition there are two curved side doors with working locks and one key that reveal two interior wooden shelves. The entire piece is handsomely paneled, trimmed, and has elegant fluted corners. Raised on four very sturdy hand-carved tapering legs, this antique French commode that could also be used as a small buffet promises to enhance your living space for many years to come. The marble has been professionally repaired. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details and current condition.
A French 19th Century Louis XVI style commode made of beautiful mahogany and topped with its original show-stopping piece of marble. Hand-crafted in France circa 1830, its shaped marble top contains the most beautiful colors of ochre, charcoal, and cream with a display of exquisite patterns throughout. Follow down to three wide drawers decorated with beribboned brass escutcheons and circular brass drop pulls. No key is present, However, the drop ring pulls make the drawers easy to open. This dignified case piece showcases a gorgeous wood grain and a handsome paneled profile. Iconic of the Louis XVI style, two well turned fluted columns flank the long drawers, each ending in turned arrow feet. The patina of the wood is truly beautiful, be sure to look at all the images to see the details and current condition of this handsome antique commode.
A gorgeous and massive French 19th century carved and painted gilt frame with new mirror plate. This hand-carved frame which once housed a large painting has now been repurposed into a fabulous Neoclassical style gilt mirror. Its beautiful details include wonderfully carved acanthus leaf corners and a deep reeded frame with thick inner trim and molded edges. A smooth space in the bottom center holds a plaque engraved with “JEAN D’ESPOUY” in all caps which signifies that the frame held work by artist Jean d’Espouy (1891-1921), a known French painter and watercolorist who exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais starting in 1910. This lovely and lustrous framed mirror is a great decorative find. Impressive in size and classically styled, this mirror would look amazing in the right location. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A beautiful 19th century French mahogany Louis Philippe style commode, circa 1840. The original removable marble top is in superb antique condition and has canted corners shaped to match the base. The marble is gorgeous with dramatic charcoal, gray, and white patterns throughout. Four bookmatched veneer mahogany drawers provide plenty of storage space. The top frieze drawer is easy to open with a provided key and round decorative brass pulls are provided to open the lower three drawers. The piece is supported on a plinth base and has beautiful woodwork on the sides as well as the front. Cleaned with French wax paste this case piece is ready for immediate use. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this handsome flame mahogany commode.
A beautiful early 19th century Directoire style bedside table, hand-crafted in France circa 1820. Wonderfully constructed from handsome walnut and featuring a smooth wood top with gallery edge above 2 drawers raised on tapered legs connected by a gallery edged shelf stretcher. Gorgeous graining and patina and nicely paneled sides and back. Be sure to view all the images to see the details of this versatile antique bedside table that could be placed anywhere in the home.
A 19th century French solid oak side table in a dark finish with a triangular shaped top, shaped apron, and tapering legs that end in delightful hoof feet. The polished top has a molded and trimmed edge and is well patinated with deep grooves and knots in the attractive oak wood grain. The apron is scalloped with thick trim which pairs well with three elegant hand-carved legs. The table is light and easy to move around, very sturdy, and in a condition with wear consistent with age and use. This table will make a great addition to a tasteful home, and will look fantastic in a living room, hallway, game room, or study. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details and current condition of this wonderful antique table.
A petite French 19th century Empire style sauce or jelly tureen. A fabulous piece of porcelain so fine that the finish gleams and resembles milk glass. This wonderful tiny Empirically styled tureen is nicely decorated with banded gold gilding, has a decorative finial on top, and stands on marvelous paw feet. The marks L : V’ can be found on the edge of the base of the piece. In good condition with only age related signs of wear, this sublime tureen is ready for your next festive event or to hold the cocktail sauce for Saturday night’s dinner. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details.
A wonderful terracotta vessel from France once used as an olive jar now upcycled into a table lamp featuring a uniquely patterned glaze finish and modern linen shade. Newly wired in the USA with all UL approved parts and topped with patinated brass. Its truly beautiful patina and abstract detailing is offset nicely by its classic shape and shade. Hand-crafted by a professional and ready for your immediate use. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A charming set of 19th century hand blown glass decanters from France featuring clear rippled crystal glass in fluted designs with rounded bases and elegant matching stoppers. The letter “S” is finely etched on each decanter in the center with a flourish. An initial or scotch and soda? Either way this is a shimmering set of sparkle and refinement. Perfect as functional decanters or beautiful decor items. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
A 19th century French Empire style single light table lamp with contemporary linen shade. Elegant with neoclassical designs and featuring a tapered onyx shaft ornamented with decorative brass mounts supported by a wonderful triform lion paw footed base. Wonderful contrast between the sleek gleaming onyx base and the well patinated and detailed brass metalwork. Recently rewired by a professional for the US with UL listed parts. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this fantastic lamp.
A French 19th Century Empirically styled six arm chandelier that is just as artful as it is functional. Its spherical black brass suspension weight and patinated brass design elements contrast each other wonderfully. The underside of the round weight features a stylized rosette made of palm leaves and a decorative pine cone final. Six arms protrude from an encircling brass support extending six beautiful, fluted swans with six candle lights inside brass candle cups with scrolling neoclassical motifs. The chain leads up to a crown shaped top made of pierced acanthus leaves attached to an egg and dart pattern edged brass bowl with a finial center. Recently rewired by a professional for the US with UL listed parts. Make sure to take a look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of all the striking details.
An impressive solid walnut secretaire a abattant from 19th century France. This specialized antique serves a distinct function as a writing desk, while also providing excellent storage in its series of drawers and cabinets. One large drawer that opens with handsome geometric brass drop pulls is situated above the main interior cavity which houses the desk unit. This drawer does not lock. A large panel door unfolds to reveal a tooled leather topped work surface with a 27 ⅞” clearance to the floor when laid down. This door locks and one key is present for it. It is supported with metal brackets that stow away into the body when closed. Inside, there are six small drawers and various pigeon holes which aid in organization. Beneath the work surface are two cabinet doors with paneled fronts that feature round brass pulls. One key is present for the cabinet’s working lock. The secretaire has attractive fluted and paneled sides and is lifted on elegant tapering feet. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this marvelous antique. Open Depth: 37 ½”
A French 19th century walnut demi-lune console table with hinged flip-top and tapering legs. An elegant and functional designed table to use as a dining or game table. The lift top opens on long steel hinges to reveal a smooth, gorgeous playing or dining surface that showcases the wonderful wood grain pattern of the walnut and the table’s rich patina. A beautiful quality table that is versatile and space saving. When fully open the diameter of the table measures 44.25 inches. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look. Closed dimensions: 29 ¼” H x 45 ¼” W x 22 ¼” D. Open Dimensions: 28 ½” H x 45 ¼” W x 44 ¼” D
A lovely petite Louis XVI-style marble-top table with gold gilt finish and beautiful hand-carved details. A shaped white marble top with subtle veining sits atop a painted and gilt base with a shaped and trimmed apron featuring intricately carved half shell motifs resting in acanthus leaves and flanked by scrolls, florals and more acanthus on the corners and sides. Raised on slender curved and tapered legs joined by a shaped lower shelf that provides additional storage space and stability. Of beautiful proportions and elegant line, this petite table can be placed in any room of your home and moved around depending on your needs. Its wonderful patina, gold gilt, and beautiful marble top make it extremely decorative and suitable alongside antique and modern furnishings. Be sure to view all the images to see the hand-carved details and current condition.
A 19th century French Empire mahogany semainier featuring artful neoclassical hardware. Hand-crafted in France circa 1810, this semainier is fitted with seven drawers to provide a drawer of clothing or lingerie for every day of the week. A beautiful piece of subtly veined white marble sits atop this case piece’s rectilinear designed architectural body inspired by ancient Greek and Roman concepts. The top hidden frieze drawer sits below bold molding and is adorned with a large and lustrous brass winged neo-classical figure in its center. Beneath and flanked by finely turned columns with etched brass capitals and bases are the remaining six drawers that open easily and have working locks. One key is present. Each of the six drawers has sizable floral and foliate escutcheons and cast brass drawer pulls that feature gorgeous relief florals and grapes. The solid body is finished out with a plinth base and sturdy turreted feet. This elegant semainier is an excellent way to provide lots of storage without taking up alot of floor space, and it provides it with style. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at the details.
Hand-crafted in France during the 19th century this fruitwood gueridon bouillette features a thick inset marble top with lovely patterns throughout resting inside a pierced brass gallery surround with a nice patina. The apron is sleek, showing off the beautiful honeyed tones of the wood, and houses two drawers and two slides, each with petite brass metal pulls. The whole rests on four hand-carved, turned, and tapering legs. The wood has a marvelous patina and gleams under a recent polish with French paste wax. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the current condition of this charming antique table.
A quality French 19th Century Restauration style center table. Its sublime round marble top with gorgeous gray and white inclusions and veining throughout sits atop a marvelous hand-crafted mahogany trefoil stand that displays volute detailing with wonderful, hand-carved fish motifs and scrolling feet. Excellent craftsmanship with beautiful wood grain patterns and tones make this piece a stunner. In wonderful condition this exemplary table would add elegance to any space. An antique shipping label can be found underneath stating that this piece was destined to travel to Gare St Lazare in Paris. Be sure to view all the images to see this terrific table up close.
A charming French mahogany Gueridon Bouillotte table originally used for playing cards. Topped with white marble and surrounded by a pierced brass gallery that’s nicely patinated. Two drawers and two slides are housed within the apron, all with smooth wooden pulls. Fluted joinery and tapering legs terminate into brass caps for an elegant profile. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.
Built in France during the 19th Century this Louis XVI style gueridon features a thick inset gorgeous marble top with lovely patterns throughout resting atop the trimmed and molded mahogany table edge above a dark trimmed and paneled apron. The apron is adorned with hand-carved rectangles at the corners that frame rosette motifs and separate the table apron into four segments. The whole rests on four carved column capitals above elongated, fluted and tapering legs. The wood has a marvelous patina and gleams under a recent polish with French paste wax. This Louis XVI style table would be a wonderful addition to any space. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at this charming antique table.
A charming French mahogany bistro table hand-crafted in France during the 19th century. Made entirely of smooth, rich mahogany wood and featuring a molded rectangular top set upon a trestle base with a curved double stretcher for additional support. This stable table was built to withstand everyday use for many years to come. Showcasing a wonderful patina and rich tones, this table would be great as a dining or kitchen table or even a desk. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
An impressive pair of French Os de Mouton armchairs with wonderfully carved details hand-crafted in France in the 19th century. These large armchairs are very comfortable and covered with new green velvet upholstery, thoughtful grosgrain trim, and decorous, three dimensional square nailheads. Smooth, shaped and hand-carved arms contain floral and foliate motifs and follow down to sinuous scalloped front rails and stretchers. The wood grain on these regal chairs is incredible and gleams under a fresh polish. These timeless armchairs have a design that makes them perfect for a variety of decor in both traditional or contemporary spaces. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look. Seat height: 19”.
A fine French Restoration style mahogany gueridon hand-crafted during the 19th century. Its beautiful round marble top with a molded edge has wonderful gray and charcoal patterns throughout and sits atop a substantial hand-carved base that showcases the gorgeous grain patterns in the wood. Raised on a chamfered baluster support which rests on a molded and trimmed tripod base with shaped legs featuring hand-carved demilune rosettes and fantastic scrolled paw feet. This is a handsome table which would look very grand in an entryway, living room, or library. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look.
A petite antique mahogany correspondence desk that was hand-crafted in France circa 1850. Elegant and in excellent condition this desk delights with its linear shape and hand-carved details. A sleek upper console is arranged with four drawers above a laptop friendly recess. The upper drawers on the console open with turned wooden pulls and the bottom two have simple brass escutcheons. One key is present for both working locks. The writing surface is covered in the original black leather and can be pulled out almost seven inches for additional work space. The writing surface has a height of 28-½”H. The desk base offers two drawers, each with central brass keyholes and one key for their working locks. The right side lower drawer has three compartments for organized storage space perfect for writing tools or office supplies. The whole rests on a quartet of turned baluster legs. Solid joints and construction, beautiful flame mahogany, and a desirable aged patina make this petite desk very grand indeed. Cleaned and polished with French wax paste, this desk is ready for immediate use. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.
A sleek and simple French solid oak corner cabinet that will add a bit more storage space without taking up too much room. Hand-crafted in the 19th century, its polished demilune top showcases the rich tones and patina of the oak. The body is curved at the front with a single paneled door that opens to an interior with two fixed shelves that measure 21” deep. The oak has been polished to show off its unique grain pattern. The whole sits on a curved plinth base. In excellent antique condition. Make sure to view the detailed images.
A gorgeous antique solid fruitwood buffet deux corps, made in the Louis Philippe style, from 1870s France. The buffet is composed of two bodies: an upper and lower. The upper body with handsome crown molding is outfitted with two removable shelves inside that measure 13” deep. The linear panel doors contain a working lock and key and feature simple brass escutcheons. The lower body is slightly deeper and has an interior cavity with a single removable shelf that measures 15 ¾” deep. The cabinet can be secured with its functioning lock and key. This elegant Louis Philippe style case piece will provide bountiful storage and beauty to any room it graces. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the current condition of this antique.
Base 35 ⅞” H, 54 ⅞” W, 20 ½” D
Top 48 ⅞” H, 47 ⅛” W, 16 ½” D
This French Louis Philippe style mirror hand-crafted in France in the 19th century is elegant and timeless with its molded and trimmed rectangular frame with rounded top corners. This lovely mirror features a beautifully etched cross hatch pattern that winds gracefully around the whole frame, thick gilt and trim, and intricately carved beading surrounding the original mirror plate which shows a bit of diamond dust sparkle and some foxing. The original gilding is lustrous and over a century of natural wear has revealed a bit of reddish bole base coat beneath creating a pleasing contrast to the gold leaf. Be sure to view all the images to see the details and current condition of this beautiful antique mirror.
A French Empire buffet hand-crafted in France in the 19th century that features fabulous mahogany burl wood and neoclassical details. The original marble top is stunning with gorgeous dramatic patterns in the stone. The apron houses two drawers featuring attractive large brass shield motif escutcheon plates. Three keys are present to open both drawers and the two bottom doors that open to reveal a removable finished shelf and ample room for storage. Two polished burl columns flank each side that feature cast brass capitals and bases showcasing repeating neoclassical patterns.This piece is supported on delightful hand-carved paw front feet and two block feet in back. Make sure to view all the images to see the wonderful details and antique condition of this handsome Empire case piece.
A handsome Empire style petite gueridon hand-crafted in France during the 19th century from beautifully patinated mahogany. Topped with a thick black stone showcasing gray spherical patterns throughout. Three column-form legs feature brass ormolu capitals and bases. A thick shaped stretcher shelf connects the legs above well turned feet for continued support. It’s classic design and simple elegance 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.