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  • English 19th Century Iron & Brass Culinary Scale

    $495.00

    5.75"H x 22"W x 10.25"D

    Dimensions: 5-¾”H x 22”W x 10-¼”D

    A fantastic cast iron & brass culinary scale, circa 1880, from France, would have been used for weighing a variety of grocery items. The brass plates are removable and have a few stamped letters to indicate calibration. The frame has gained a wonderful patina and remains quite balanced. The molded wooden frame continues to provide a stable foundation.

  • French 19th Century Large Ironstone Bowl

    $385.00

    5.38"H x "W x 16.25"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅜”H x 16-¼”Diameter

    A gorgeous white ironstone large bowl from 19th century France. Simple and sophisticated bowl is the perfect antique to elevate any dining area or buffet. Very few signs of wear are visible. Circa 1880. Stamped on the bottom but unfortunately illegible at this point. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Glass Fly Catcher

    $235.00

    7"H x "W x 6.25"D

    Dimensions: 7”H x 6-¼”Diameter

    A unique hand-blown glass fly catcher from France! Very few signs of wear are visible. The basin at the bottom of the clear glass dome is meant to be filled with a small amount of sugar water for the flies to trap themselves in. Three small feet elevate the whole for the flies to enter and a cork is included to keep the insects from flying out. Circa 1890. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Glass Fly Catcher

    $235.00

    10.50"H x "W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 10-½”H x 5-¼”Diameter

    A unique hand-blown glass fly catcher from France! Very few signs of wear are visible. The basin at the bottom of the clear glass dome is meant to be filled with a small amount of sugar water for the flies to trap themselves in. The cork is meant to be taken off when in use and is included. Circa 1890 Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Petite Mirror

    $595.00

    21.75"H x 17.13"W x 1.38"D

    Dimensions: 21-¾”H x 17-⅛”W x 1-⅜”D

    An absolutely darling little mirror with a gorgeous patina crafted in the 1840’s during the reign of King Louis Philippe I. The molded frame has lost nearly all of its gold gilt, revealing the bold red and white base coats for a perfectly worn, authentic look. The original mercury mirror plate is full of fabulous foxing throughout and lends the mirror to be more of a decor piece than functional to check your reflection. Fixed with a wire on the backside and ready to be hung in your interior. Make sure to take a look at all of the photographs to get a closer look at the details.

  • French 19th Century Large Glazed Mixing Bowl

    $850.00

    8.50"H x "W x 22.88"D

    Dimensions: 8-½”H x 22-⅞”Diameter

    A fine mixing bowl made during the 1850’s in France. The bowl has been glazed with a rich, glossy yellow and whimsical green floral form on the interior. This beautiful example of antique kitchenalia will make a wonderful centerpiece for your dining table, or perhaps a cachepot for the right plant! Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • French 1st Empire Brass Candlesticks

    $3,200.00

    11.50"H x "W x 5.50"D

    Dimensions: 11-½”H x 5-½”Diameter

    This pair of brass candlesticks are a wonderful find! Crafted in the distinctive style of Claude Galle during the 1st empire period in France, circa 1810. Three female busts dressed in a Hellenistic style beautifully adorn the stem of the flambeaux above paw feet and a palm frond ornamented base. Quite heavy and of fantastic quality, this pair of candlestick holders will elevate any space. Make sure to view the remaining photographs to view the intricate detail throughout.

  • French 19th Century Large Toleware Candelabra

    $2,200.00

    35.25"H x "W x 18.25"D

    Dimensions : 35-¼”H x 18-¼”Diameter

    This generously sized five-arm candelabra has gained a wonderful patina since its creation during the 1890’s in France. A single arm is raised above the rest while four scrolling arms support the remaining bobeches. The center stem subtly displays a stripped pattern that compliments the overall design nicely. A stepped base continues to provide a stable foundation for the whole. Make sure to take a look through all of the photographs to get a closer look at this fantastic candelabra.

  • French 19th Century Brass & Glass Lantern

    $3,400.00

    27.25"H x "W x 12.25"D

    Dimensions: 27-¼”H x 12-¼”Diameter

    This medium sized brass and glass lantern is perfect wherever a single fixture is needed. A simple 5” diameter canopy sits flush to the ceiling and connects to a classic brass chain to support the whole. Four scrolling arch-forms hook onto the cylindrical lantern and add a shapeliness to the fixture. Four arms are suspended within the body with simple bobeches and white socket covers. It has recently undergone a cleaning and has been rewired for use in the US using UL-listed components.

  • Vintage French Brass Chandelier

    $1,200.00

    18"H x "W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 18”H x 15”Diameter

    This petit four arm chandelier is a handsome addition to any interior. Crafted from brass that’s retained a wonderful luster with a fine patina. It has classic elements of the Louis XVI style- from the folate inspired crown, a custom brass chain supports the fixture and gives it a maximum height of 31-⅛”. The downstem is designed as a stylized wheat bundle and connects four slender arms, complete with simple white socket covers. Recently professionally rewired for the US using UL listed parts. Make sure to check out all of the photos to get a better look at the details.

  • French Vintage Box of Serving Utensils

    $995.00

    1.50"H x 14"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 1-½”H x 14”W x 7”D

    Encased in navy blue leather and protected by gold velvet, this set of 4 serving utensils includes a carving fork and knife and a salad serving fork and spoon. The carving knife has the maker’s initials and the word “inoxydable” which means stainless or rust proof in French. The carving fork features a protective lever attached to the back. The idea is that when you have a large piece of meat (such as a large prime rib or so), it’s difficult to balance the meat to be able to cut it vertically. Instead, you cut it horizontally from the right with your carving knife (assuming you are right-handed). To keep the meat from slipping away, you stick the fork in from the left, using your left hand. That puts the fork (and your left hand holding the fork) directly into the path of the knife when it exits whatever you’re cutting. The sudden lack of resistance could cause the knife to “jump” towards your hand. With this guard, the knife hits the guard rather than the hand. The salad fork and spoon are fit with amber celluloid heads and offer a lovely contrast to the polished metal. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French Vintage Bistro Table

    $950.00

    27.88"H x "W x 24"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅞”H x 24”Diameter

    A classically designed French marble top bistro table to elevate any outdoor space. The wonderful new fusion stone top is affixed to the cast iron base and remains quite level. A three foot base continues to provide a stable foundation. The whole has gained a lovely patina from decades of use. If used outdoors, we recommend keeping the table undercover to prevent the base tarnishing. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French Hanging Iron Wine Bottle Rack

    $1,495.00

    65.75"H x 23.25"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 65-¾”H x 23-¼”W x 12”D

    This 19th century wine rack is a great addition to any wine lover’s space! Crafted from iron that’s gained a fine patina, it boasts 68 bottle spaces. It is secured to the wall with 8 small, but sturdy brackets. The addition of a door gives a peace of mind that your favorite wine is safe and secure. Primitively built with tons of character- make sure to view the remaining photographs to get a closer look at the current condition and quality craftsmanship.

  • French 20th Century Collection of 12 Boules

    $975.00

    "H x "W x 3.75"D

    Dimensions: 3-¾”Diameter

    A collection of 12 brass & iron boules from France, circa 1880. Boule has been a popular game played in France since the Middle Ages and continues to be a family friendly game all over the world. Some of the spheres have decorative etchings, but all have gained a great patina. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a better look at the individual boules. Sold as a set only.

  • French 19th Century Large Pewter Plate

    $895.00

    1.25"H x "W x 16.75"D

    Dimensions: 1-¼”H x 16-¾”D

    This large pewter plate from France is a wonderful culinary accessory dating from 1817. It has a fantastic patina and the perfect amount of wear. The date is etched into the top and the back showcases multiple stampings from the unknown pewterer. The crowned rose was used on pewter from the mid 16th century to denote higher-quality metal; this plate has two. Not suggested for culinary use due to the heavy metal content. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French Vintage Amber Glass Jar

    $215.00

    14"H x "W x 7.25"D

    Dimensions: 14”H x 7-¼”Diameter

    This vintage French amber glass jar is a great way to add a dash of color and texture to your interior. The amber glass has some wear to the interior, however the exterior is in wonderful condition. It makes a great vessel for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French Set of 6 Amber Glass Storage Containers

    $925.00

    9.38"H x "W x 4.13"D

    Dimensions: 9-⅜”H x 4-⅛”Diameter

    Six amber glass apothecary jars with their original green and gold tin covers from France. Stenciled, painted labels on each jar indicate their would-be contents. Three jars are complete with fitted cork tops that seal the opening under the green covering. In wonderful vintage condition, these storage jars are a great way to add color and style to any interior. The labels and their English translations: Pastilles de Soufre – Sulfur Pellets ; Sue de Réglisse – Essence of Liquorice ; Fleurs de Camomille – Chamomile flowers; Pastilles de Gomme – Gummies ; Pastilles de Réglisse – Liquorice Drops/ lozenges ; Fleurs de Bourrache – Borage flowers Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. Sold as a set only.

  • French Vintage Set of 9 Framed Figure-Study Sketches

    $4,995.00

    15.25"H x 19.75"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 15-¼”H x 19-¾”W x 1”D

    This fantastic collection of 9 sketches were most likely composed in a figure study art class in France during the 20th century. Drawn with pencil on paper and mostly unsigned as most student works are. These are in wonderful vintage condition, recently framed in quality metallic gold frames using Tru Vue Conservation Grade 99% UV protective glass. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the individual pieces in the collection. Sold as a set only.

  • French Vintage Tabletop Vanity Mirror

    $495.00

    16.75"H x 12"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 16-¾”H x 12”W x 8-¾”D

    This vintage tabletop vanity mirror is such a darling find! The original beveled mirror is in wonderful antique condition and supported by a metal frame with a great patina. It easily tilts for your convenience and we just love the fabric affixed to the backside. Make sure to check out all of the photographs for a closer look at the details and current condition.

  • French Vintage Still Life Painting of Zinnias

    $795.00

    15.75"H x 11.13"W x 0.75"D

    Dimensions: 15-¾”H x 11-⅛”W x ¾”D

    A lovely French still life painting of vibrant zinnias from France painted on board. Signed by the artist in the bottom left hand corner by M. Jourdan. Some wear around the edges gives it a great patina. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the current condition.

  • French Vintage Collection of 8 Ink Drawing

    $4,800.00

    20.25"H x 16.25"W x 0.63"D

    Dimensions: 20-¼”H x 16-¼”W x ⅝”D

    A wonderful set of 8 vintage ink drawings have been recently framed in quality metallic silver frames using Tru Vue Conservation Grade 99% UV protective glass with mat borders. Fixed with a wire to hang vertically, this wonderful set of drawings is ready to be displayed in your interior. Make sure to view the detailed photos to get a closer look at the individual works. Sold as a set only.

  • French Set of 3 Vintage Brass Sconces

    $2,200.00

    12.25"H x 14.75"W x 5.75"D

    Dimensions: 12-¼”H x 14-¾”W x 5-¾”D

    A stylish set of three, two arm brass sconces from France. A shield form, polished to give the illusion of a stripe down the center, is flanked by stately arms. The brass has gained a great patina over the decades and will add a wonderful luster to any space. Recently professionally rewired for the US using UL listed parts. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look. Sold as a set only.

  • French Vintage “An Offering of the Heart” Tapestry

    $950.00

    55"H x 42"W x 0.25"D

    Dimensions: 55”H x 42”W x ¼”D

    This wonderful French tapestry from the 20th century is a reproduction of one of the most recognizable tapestries of the Middle Ages. The original, named “An Offering of the Heart”, was crafted in the 15th century by an unknown Flemish artist and is currently on display at the Louvre in Paris. Our reproduction has been dyed instead of traditional tapestry threadwork and is a much lighter alternative. The gracious lady and her man are dressed in royal robes and headgear suggestive of nobility. We see the man offering a physical heart to the lady, a display of chivalry- a common theme with Middle Ages art. Make sure to check out the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.

  • French Vintage Zinc Farm Trough

    $2,400.00

    24"H x 54"W x 21.25"D

    Dimensions: 24”H x 54”W x 21-¼”D

    This rustic zinc trough from France is a great way to add a touch of farmhouse elegance to your space as a unique planter or converted into a fountain. The corrugated metal has gained a fabulous patina from decades of use and weathering. Make sure to take a look at the remaining photographs to get a closer look at its current condition and details.

  • French 19th Century Metal Bistro Table

    $2,650.00

    30.63"H x "W x 34.88"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅝”H x 34-⅞”Diameter

    This charming vintage garden table comes from France. Made of metal that’s been sandblasted and powder-coated for protection against the elements. The new top is smooth and seamlessly pairs with the base. The classically designed base constitutes to provide a level foundation for the table and has lovely decorative swirls and paw feet. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French Massive Trestle Dining Table

    $14,995.00

    30.13"H x 157.88"W x 35.38"D

    Dimensions: 30-⅛”H x 157-⅞”W x 35-⅜”D

    At over 13 feet long this massive dining room table is an absolute showstopper. The raw hardwood top has been bleached and lightly sanded to reveal the stunning grain and knots. The sturdy trestle base has a rust toned finish that perfectly complements the top. From the outer, chamfered legs, to the center leg measures 58-½”W. The apron clearance is 25-¾”H. Can sit approximately 12-14 chairs, however pairing with a bench might provide more spaces if needed. Make sure to take a look at all of the photographs to get a closer look at this wonderful table.

  • French Pair of Art Deco Candle Sconces

    $1,375.00

    15.75"H x 11"W x 3.50"D

    Dimensions: 15-¾”H x 11”W x 3-½”D

    A neat pair of Art Deco style candle sconces from France, circa 1890’s. Hand crafted with a unique folate inspired design and nicely shaped bobeches. They have gained a great patina over the years and make for a cool addition to any space. Ready to be hung in your interior. Make sure to view the remaining photographs to get a closer look at the details throughout.

  • French 19th Century Mantle Clock

    $3,995.00

    19.13"H x 7.75"W x 4.50"D

    Dimensions: 19-⅛”H x 7-¾”W x 4-½”D

    This fabulous mantle clock is the perfect way to add a touch of sparkle to any space. Crafted from wonderfully shaped white marble that’s been adorned with gorgeous ormolu. Atop the whole is a floral wreath that’s crossed with a pair of torches topped with wheat and fire. The cloak face is encompassed by a rhinestone encrusted pendulum. The porcelain clock face is beautifully hand painted with a floral motif. As this is a functioning clock- a wind key is included. Recently cleaned and restored by a professional to ensure its working condition. Make sure to view all of the photos to get a closer look at all the details. C. 1820

  • Pair of Vintage French Brass Chandeliers

    $3,450.00

    15.25"H x "W x 26.25"D

    Dimensions: 15-¼”H x 26-¼”Diameter

    A fantastic pair of six light brass chandeliers from France. They have gained a great patina over the years while retaining a lovely luster. A classic design that compliments any interior styling. Recently professionally rewired for the US using UL listed parts. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Painted Case Clock

    $4,500.00

    93"H x 21.75"W x 9.88"D

    Dimensions: 93”H x 21-¾”W x 9-⅞”D

    This French 19th Century banjo shaped case clock is an eye-catching piece in any space. Topped by a smartly carved cornice above the dial face door. Supported by an intricate brass repousse frontage, the dial face sports hand painted Roman numerals. Shapely and well ornamented, the frame features a faux bois finish and floral designs throughout. The finish is worn in all the perfect places giving it a fantastic patina. This weight-driven clock is in working order, provided it is regularly wound. One crank-key included. Because of how particular longcase clocks are, you will want to have a professional come and make sure it’s level and show you how to properly wind it. Standing just under 8’ tall, it will add great presence to interiors with extra-high ceilings. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look. Make sure to take a look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of the details.

  • French 19th Century Mahogany Vitrine

    $2,400.00

    69.88"H x 33.25"W x 15.75"D

    Dimensions: 69-⅞”H x 33-¼”W x 15-¾”D

    This Louis Philippe vitrine was crafted in France during the 19th century from finley bookmatched mahogany. A brass border encompasses the large single pane of glass and faux panel below it. The interior is lined with a vibrant red linen blend fabric with a gold trim to give it a finished look. Three adjustable glass shelves provide a sophisticated way to display or store your favorite things. Below the main storage space are two drawers; one with Empire style hardware and one without. The larger, more obvious drawer is fixed with a pair of lion face drop ring pulls and a laurel escutcheon. The plain drawer is perfect for hiding valuables and provides a bit more storage space. A single key is included for the functioning lock within the door. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at the details.

  • French 1920’s Three-Light Chandelier

    $1,200.00

    28.75"H x "W x 13.50"D

    Dimensions: 28-¾”H x 13-½”Diameter

    A fantastically unique chandelier from France, crafted during the 1920’s. Sleekly designed with three arms and a pomegranate finial at the bottom and stylized flame between the arms. It is supported by a bright green painted rope, tied in lovely knots with a great patina. It has been recently professionally rewired for the US using UL listed parts. Make sure to view all of the photographs to get a closer look at the wonderful details.

  • French Empire Tole & Brass Chandelier

    $2,385.00

    29"H x "W x 20"D

    Dimensions: 29”H x 20”Diameter

    This Empirically styled six arm chandelier is just as artful as it is functional. Black tole and patinated brass contrast each other wonderfully. The underside of the bowl features stylized floral ormolu and a decorative final. The arms protrude from lion faces and have beautiful, detailed leaves that lead to a bobeche with a scale pattern. The cone shaped top features a decorative, flame inspired finial and connects to the ornate floral inspired chain. 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 wonderful details.

  • Reproduction Three Leg Bistro Table

    $830.00

    27.75"H x "W x 28.25"D

    Dimensions: 27-¾”H x 28-¼”Diameter

    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.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    28.13"H x 39.50"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 39-½”W x 23-⅝”D

    A delightful French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled black painted iron base. The marble top has beautiful charcoal veining and inclusions throughout. The base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    28.13"H x 39.38"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 39-⅜”W x 23-⅝”D

    A lovely French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled white painted iron base The white marble top has beautiful inclusions throughout and the base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet.

  • French Marble Top Bistro Table

    $1,495.00

    27.88"H x 39.38"W x 23.63"D

    Dimensions: 27-⅞”H x 39-⅜”W x 23-⅝”D

    A delightful 19th century French marble-top bistro table with a classically styled black painted iron base. The marble top has beautiful charcoal veining throughout. The base has X-form supports and the scroll-form feet. Be sure to view the detailed images.

  • Set of 6 French Mid Century Cantilever Chairs

    $2,500.00

    30.75"H x 20"W x 25"D

    Dimensions: 30-¾”H x 20”W x 25”D

    This no-frills set of six Mid Century modern cantilever chairs are a wonderful addition to any dining space for their comfort and functional design. The well loved suede has staining that adds a ton of character. The chrome frames are a great contrast to the fabric and remain quite shiny. The seat height is 18-¾”. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the wear. Sold as a set only.

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    French 19th Century Banjo Painted Case Clock

    $2,995.00

    86.50"H x 20.50"W x 11.25"D

    Dimensions: 86-½”H x 20-½”W x 11-¼”D

    This French 19th Century banjo shaped case clock is an eye-catching piece in any interior. Topped by a smartly carved cornice above the dial face door. Supported by a brass repousse frontage, the dial face sports hand painted Roman numerals as well as “Dumas a Montmorillon” to indicate the maker and origin. Shapely and well ornamented, the frame features a faux bois finish and floral designs throughout. The repousse pendulum is detailed with celestial and floral elements. The finish is worn in all the perfect places giving it a fantastic patina. This weight-driven clock is in working order, provided it is regularly wound. One crank-key included. Because of how particular longcase clocks are, you will want to have a professional come and make sure it’s level and show you how to properly wind it. Standing right at 8’ tall, it will add great presence to interiors with extra-high ceilings. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look. Make sure to take a look through all of the photographs to get a closer view of the details.

  • French 19th Century Tall Case Clock

    $4,595.00

    96.25"H x 23.13"W x 12.25"D

    Dimensions: 96-¼”H x 23-⅛”W x 12-¼”D

    This fantastic solid oak case clock was crafted in France during the 19th century. A sharply carved bonet over a single door with glass panes for the dial case and pendulum to show through. A beautifully patinated brass repousse fronton supports the marble dial face. The Roman numerals were hand painted in blue on white porcelain shield forms. The large pendulum was crafted from brass by hand, you can still see some of the hammer marks. This weight-driven clock is in working order, provided it is regularly wound. One crank-key included. Because of how particular longcase clocks are, you will want to have a professional come and make sure it’s level and show you how to properly wind it. Standing right at 8’ tall, it will add great presence to interiors with extra-high ceilings. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • French Gothic Style Folding Screen

    $4,595.00

    73"H x 90.50"W x 1.25"D

    Dimensions: 73”H x 90-½”W x 1-¼”D

    This Gothic style mahogany and silk upholstered room divider from 19th century France is an amazing functional decor piece. Each panel measures 22-⅝” wide and is seamlessly fixed with black, white, and gray checkered fabric with a double welt border. Upholstered on both sides; the fabric is in overall great condition, see detailed photos for a close up of some minor staining.

  • French Fauteuil de Bureau Desk Chair

    $1,495.00

    29.88"H x 23.25"W x 22"D

    Dimensions: 29-⅞”H x 23-¼”W x 22”D

    This Charles X style fauteuil de bureau desk chair is classically shaped and showcases a wonderfully worn caramel toned leather seat. The mahogany curved back frame features a sophisticated touch of hand carved detail on the arms and turned front legs. Worn brass nailheads fix the leather to the frame and compliment the patina beautifully. Seat height is 18-⅝”H. Make sure to view all the photos to get a closer look at the detail.

  • Rare French 19th Century Applewood Wine Rack

    $2,400.00

    57.75"H x 27.88"W x 14.50"D

    Dimensions: 57-¾”H x 27-⅞”W x 14-½”D

    This interesting wine rack was built in the 1880’s in Burgundy France and served as a display rack for a wine merchant. The vibrant fruitwood has gained a fabulous patina over the last couple of decades and adds so much charm wherever it is. With space for 77 bottles, it’s perfect for all levels of wine lovers. Make sure to check out the remaining photos to get a closer look at the details.

  • French 19th Century Walnut & Fruitwood Server

    $6,700.00

    31.13"H x 86.50"W x 19"D

    Dimensions: 31-⅛”H x 86-½”W x 19”D

    Crafted over 200 years ago, the hardwood server is a great way to add a warm element to your interior. The wonderfully patinated top is aged in all the right places with minor damage filled using small dowels from long ago. A thick apron houses a single drawer fixed with a simple, metal drop ring pull. Large, square legs with chamfered details connect with a classic H form stretcher and continue to provide support for everyday use. Recently polished with French wax paste to revitalize the walnut and fruitwood. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at its current condition.

  • French 19th Century Petite Empire Chandelier

    $895.00

    23.13"H x "W x 9.25"D

    Dimensions: 23-⅛”H x 9-¼”Diameter

    This darling petite Empire style chandelier is just the fixture your space needs to elevate it to the next level. Cast brass swans support three arms and attach seamlessly to a decorative brass and bronze center ring. White, faux melting candle covers are the finishing touch. Recently rewired for the US by a professional using UL listed parts. This fixture is perfect for a powder room or any smaller space. It’s got a wonderful patina, make sure to scroll through all of the photos to get a closer look.

  • French Vintage Brass Etagere

    $1,995.00

    31.25"H x 17.88"W x 14.13"D

    Dimensions: 31-¼”H x 17-⅞”W x 14-⅛”D

    This whimsical little table features shelves with metallic gold paint and wonderful pierced brass galleries. The cream base paint is perfectly aged, adding to the overall fantastic patina. Vertical cast brass supports showcase a twisting design with a detailed floral motif and dainty ball shaped feet. A folate embellishment ornaments each leg where they connect to the shelves. The slight curve in the legs below the second shelf add a wonderful design. Make sure to take a look at the detailed photos to get a closer view of this darling etagere.

  • French 19th Century Upholstered Mahogany Stool

    $1,525.00

    19.25"H x 23.50"W x 17.63"D

    Dimensions: 19-¼”H x 23-½”W x 17-⅝”D

    This fantastic petite stool is the perfect antique to dress up any space. Upholstered with golden velvet and trim- both are in excellent, used condition. The solid mahogany frame showcases hand carved elements throughout. The curvy legs feature folate carvings at the top and finish at detailed hairy lion paw feet. Scrolling forms with scale like details on the apron mirror the design on the stretcher. A pair of stylized urn forms with artichoke finials grace the center of the stretcher. Make sure to look through all the photos to get a better view of this wonderful stool.

  • French Painted Louis XV Style Table

    $2,200.00

    27.25"H x 31"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 27-¼”H x 31”W x 23”D

    This whimsical table was created in the style of Louis XV, circa 1850. Recently painted with an avian and floral motif over a cream colored base. The scalloped apron houses a single drawer with a simply turned pull. Cabriole legs support the whole and compliment the scallop apron details. Make sure to take a look at all of the photos to get a better look at the details throughout.

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