French Restoration Side Chairs
Set of four cherrywood Restoration side chairs. The backs are a reeded swag and accented with Palmette diecast joints. Recently upholstered seat.
Seat Height 17.5.
French marble-top cabinet with figured mahogany, walnut and kingwood bandings, some satinwood inlays. There are gilt bronze mounts. The gilt bronze mounts have natural wear to the gilt, which gives them a nice original look. The marble top is original and the feet are turned and fluted, with more gilt mounts. Has a lock. Great size and could be a very nice bar cabinet.
A 19th century French Provincial walnut hanging cabinet. Very well carved, original glass and was lined with fabric (but we removed). The key is present and functional. A quality piece for French country lovers. Circa 1850.
H 39.25 in. x W 27 in. x D 22 in.
18th Century French Commode in the Louis XV style. Made of fruitwood and chestnut paneled sides. There two smaller drawers with a split front above two larger drawers. The hardware is a ormolu bronze handle in the Baroque style. This piece has a luxurious patina and color. Great versatile size. Circa 1790-1800.
44.5″ wide x 27.5″ deep x 35″ tall
A very nice French bamboo hall tree with panels of rattan, several iron cast arm hangers, Asian flair with pagoda style top, mirror, single drawer, leather surface above drawer and leather panel front (these were applied by us) and a long fitted drip tray at the base. We have made this piece sturdy and ready for use. Unique look!
84 in.Hx51.5 in.Wx12 in.D
213 cmHx131 cmWx30 cmD
A fine Empire center table with three locking drawers. An amazing tooled leather inserted top. Incredible mahogany base. Superb quality and functional. C.1850. From France.
***** can be raised from the underside without harming the piece*****
Country french walnut commode with thick cut veneer inlays to the front. This commode has a two board top and two board panel sides. The sides are framed in by walnut. The front is decorated with burl woods, thick cut, bands of wood in a triangular cuts and surrounded with a darker stained walnut. The commode rest upon four tapered legs. This piece is simple looking but if you look at the inlay work you will see the quality of the craftsmanship. Brass hardware completes the front and keeps the clean lines. Circa 1820-1840.
A handsome Herni I carved oak hunting lodge server. Two tiered surface and two carved doors below. Barley twist supports, supporting the top section having two drawers. Wonderful carvings and patina. Very nice condition. C. 1870
A french country dining table from the Normandy region of France. The Louis XV style dining table has ends that pull out and will support leaves (no leaves with the table). However closed these ends have nice heavy bronze handles. Parquetry top (some shrinkage to some parquetry) give the top a great look. Their is a nice carved and scrolled stretcher connecting the four cabriole legs ending with a scroll foot. This table can be used for eating or even displayed as a center table. C. 1880.
This elegant late 19th century walnut bibliotech has a break front. There are three glass doors with glass shelves and a mirror back. The interior is oak-lined with lights.The side doors stand out with raised panels and beveled glass surrounded by thick frame molding that has a scalloped shell in the crest. This piece is adorned with carvings throughout, including diamond shape rosettes that appear on the cornice and throughout the rest of the piece. The bibliotech is also accented throughout by diaper marquetry carvings. Carved acanthus leaves appear on the knees of the cabriole legs. This piece is stamped on the back L.André from Angers, France. C. 1890.
A french ormolu chandelier with 18 lights and slight crystal accents. This chandelier has incredible chased detailed foliage. All arms are richly chased with textured background, scrolls and acanthus leaves and end in scalloped and pierced saucers and candle cups. The arms lead to a center pierced bulbus column. They connect below the column and covered by a canopy with finial. The original canopy to connect to the ceiling is present. This chandelier has been electrified for American standards. C. 1870
A very nice recovered period Louis XVI Gondole Bergere chair. Very nice and original painted finish with a worn patina. Floral carving to the crest of the chair, a die join, legs have cable fluting. Very nice condition. Circa 1790-1800.
seat height – 18″
An French figural clock of a woman holding a rake with gathered flowers in her apron. She bears a pleasant expression and stands in a jaunty pose atop a rather striking striped red and white marble base. The clock has an enameled dial with Arabic numerals and the base is elevated on scrolled mounted feet.
13.0″ W x 23.0″ H x 6.0″ D
Here is an impactful french renaissance walnut cabinet with two doors and two drawers. Each door panel is recess with raised carvings of foliage and centered with the grotesque mask (ward off evil spirits), each panel framed by a nice moulding. The two drawers have a complimentary foliage carving with a carved wooden cartouche escutcheon. Along the sides of the front are grand turned twist columns. Very detail and strong moldings separate the visual sections of the piece. The top is presented with a fine renaissance carved and pierced carvings flanking the center cartouche having a raised carved coat of arms. The sides are raised panels and detailed with carved panels on the top. The cabinet rest upon carved mask feet. There are three shelves behind the two doors which each shelf is adjustable providing ample storage. The key is present. Circa date 1870. Purchased in France.
This important french commode has a shaped front and three drawers. The commode is decorated with kingwood and tulipwood veneers which are quartered cut, banded, herringbone cut and satinwood string inlay. The commode drawers are divided by brass lined flutes and flanked with brass-lined flutes. The commode rest on bracket feet with an ormolu sabot. Heavy and decorative handles from ormolu adorn the drawers with complimentary escutcheons. The commode has a shaped apron centered with shell and acanthus leaf bronze mount. The top has a matching shaped front with a molded cut edging. We think the marble is Brèche du Nord cut. Circa 1890-1900. We think Parisian made!
HEIGHT: 35 in. (89 cm)
WIDTH: 4 ft. 1 in. (124 cm)
DEPTH: 24 in. (61 cm)
A superb pair of 19th century Louis XVI candlesticks of white Carrara marble and outstanding Ormolu design. A notable design with the two winged putti figures with a draped cloth. resting on a plate of ormolu with a rais-de-coeur edging. Below is fine bead edging. The marble columns are decorated with leaf and berried garland wrapped around the each column ending with a laurel wreath. Above is an impressive corinthian capital topped by an urn style candle cup. This outstanding work rest upon decorative feet. Circa 1830-1840
HEIGHT: 12.5 in. (32 cm)
WIDTH: 4.25 in. (11 cm)
DEPTH: 4.25 in. (11 cm)
This 19th century French Empire mahogany plant stand has a marble top and fluted columns which have brass fittings. There are brass mounts on the edges and base and top of the columns. Very sturdy and excellent condition. C.1880
19th century Louis XIV walnut settee with an os de motion base which is reeded. The shape stretcher has a fleur-de-lis design and acanthus leaves are carved into the arms. The toile upholstery is finished off with brass nailheads. There are two striped fabric bolster pillows.
HEIGHT: 47 in. (119 cm)
WIDTH: 47.5 in. (121 cm)
DEPTH: 28.5 in. (72 cm)
SEAT HEIGHT: 21.5 in. (55 cm)
This nice quality etagere has three shelves and one drawer. The sides are configured with X slats giving it a nice side appearance. There is a serpentine front shape. Very nice patina also.
HEIGHT: 46.75 in. (119 cm)
WIDTH: 18.5 in. (47 cm)
DEPTH: 12.5 in. (32 cm)
A cute french terra cotta strawberry pot in a white color and hints of green glazed patches. From the city of Anduz, France. This piece has the makers stamp too! Vintage.
A very nice pair of walnut armchairs with leather seat from the early 19th Century. These chairs are from France and in the style of Louis XVI. The crest of the backs are presented with an elaborate bow carving and flanked by die join. A unique splat to the back gives ample support in an understated way. The arms are fluted on the supports and leads you to the square tapered fluted legs. These chairs have a rich worn patina and the seat have been re-upholsted. Circa 1830-1840.
seat height – 18.5″ tall
A strong Louis XIV walnut buffet from the Pyrenees mountains of France. This buffet has two drawers and two doors. There are three twist columns that accent the buffet. Each door has raised and angled paneled doors. The drawers are presented with two ring iron pulls. The buffet rest on bun feet. A very nice and soft patina adorns this buffet. 1780-1800
HEIGHT: 40.5 in. (103 cm)
WIDTH: 4 ft. 5 in. (135 cm)
DEPTH: 22 in. (56 cm)
A very nice and petite Louis XVI canapé (sofa) made of walnut. The sofa has a sturdy but removable back. These were used for seasonal purposes. The arms are splayed giving a rather elegant look. The sofa has been recovered in choice fabric and nail heads applied in the original manner. The cushion has been upholstered in a zip sac keeping the origin cushion. A sweet little piece! C. 1840-1860.
21.5″ seat height
Double chest of walnut natural wood with four doors and two drawers decorated with geometric patterns. A projecting cornice with thick moldings, repeated at the mid-section and the base, supported by large bun feet. Door panels are carved in diamond point. All four corner are cut with strong twist designs and the center is split by a repeating twist. Both top and bottom sections are fitted with shelves. I can only tell you but the patina which adorns this piece is amazing. The waxy luxurious walnut. C.1680-1740
HEIGHT: 6 ft. 8 in. (203 cm)
WIDTH: 5 ft. 5 in. (165 cm)
DEPTH: 28 in. (71 cm)
19th Century Neo-Classical Style Corner Cabinet. Very nice color and patina. Two turned columns flank two paneled and molded doors. The shaped top is centered with a raised urn. C.1880
HEIGHT: 7 ft. 8 in. (234 cm)
WIDTH: 4 ft. 4 in. (132 cm)
DEPTH: 34 in. (86 cm)
A 19th Century French Renaissance Painted Wall Mirror. The top is designed a broken arch pediment and centered is a stunning carved floral basket. All wood and gesso carving really highlight the mirror. Capitals on the right and left. C. 1870-1880
HEIGHT: 6 ft. 3 in. (190 cm)
WIDTH: 47 in. (119 cm)
DEPTH: 4.5 in. (11 cm)
Louis Philippe Dressing Table. 19th Century Louis Philippe Fruitwood Dressing Table. There is a nice oval mirror connected to a gallery and resting on a marble top. This has on drawer with a functional lock. Wonderful and graceful s- scroll legs and a supported shelf. Fine example of a Louis Philippe furniture.
HEIGHT: 4 ft. 9.5 in. (146 cm)
WIDTH: 32 in. (81 cm)
DEPTH: 20.5 in. (52 cm)