Early 19th Century

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  • 18th Century Louis XV Style Gilt & Upholstered Parlor Set


    40"H x 81"W x 25.25"D

    Dimensions: 40” H x 81” W x 25 ¼” D

    An early 19th century French Louis XV style gold giltwood 3-piece parlor salon suite. This lovely set includes a settee and two armchairs. All pieces feature vintage moire silk upholstery in a stunning pattern with florals and stripes, ribbon trim, scrollwork on intricately carved frames, patinated gold gilt finish, curving lines, shaped legs, and quality French craftsmanship. Very comfortable but due to age these pieces should not be used in your main seating area. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look at the details.

    Settee measurements: 40” H x 81” W x 25 ¼” D; Seat height: 20”
    Chair measurements: 37 ⅝” H x 27 ⅝” W x 23” D; Seat height: 16 ¼”

  • French Petite Empire Mahogany Commode


    33.25"H x 34.63"W x 21.75"D

    Dimensions: 33 ¼” H x 34 ⅝” W x 21 ¾” D

    Four drawers and neoclassical details compose this outstanding Empirical commode hand-crafted in France circa 1810. This case piece is topped with an interesting piece of black, gray and white fossil marble that, along with the body, has patinated wonderfully over the decades. Iconic of the Empire style, two pilaster columns flank the bank of drawers, each having decorative brass caryatid capitals and neoclassical bases. The top frieze drawer and the three that follow all have paired swan escutcheon plates, and all open with one present key. Fierce lion head cast brass pulls allow for easy access to the lower three drawers. The whole stands on sturdy tapered feet and is covered with richly colored and beautiful bookmatched mahogany veneer. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this fantastic commode.

  • Italian Early 19th Century Hand Blown Glass Damigiana


    19.63"H x "W x 9.88"D

    Dimensions: 19 ⅝” H x 9 ⅞” D

    A rare Italian hand blown blue glass damigiana or demijohn hand-crafted in Italy circa 1800. Composed of a gorgeous free-blown aqua blue glass that exhibits trapped air bubbles within the glass and with a sheared lip. Its simply elegant form and unique color make this glass vessel used for transporting wine in 19th century Italy a highly collectible item. In very good antique condition, this piece would make a great addition to any space giving it the elements of texture and dimension. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this beautiful antique.

  • French Early 19th Century Terracotta Olive Oil Jar


    13.38"H x "W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 13 ⅜” H x 15 ¼” D

    A French terracotta olive oil jar from the early 19th century, with wonderful glazes of vibrant orange and energetic black splashes that surround the entire piece. Hand-crafted in France circa 1800 this terracotta oil jar has a top circular opening with trimmed lip, a frontal spout, and three wide molded handles. This jar has an all over glaze and is covered with appealing glaze technique and exceptional patina that makes it look almost modern in design. With its gorgeous shape, color and rustic charm this antique jar would make a lovely decorative addition to any home, placed in the kitchen, dining room, or on the patio. Be sure to view all of the images for a closer look at this attractive antique.

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