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19th-C. French Empire Trumeau Mirror
French Empire period Trumeau over mantel mirror constructed out of flame Cuban mahogany veneer, ebonized columns with Dore bronze ormolu. Dated to 1810-1820s, France.
French Empire Psyche Mirror
French Empire Psyche/Cheval mirror circa 1812 decorated with Cuban flame mahogany veneers, chased gilt bronze mounts, arched mirror suspended between two columns standing on arched tapering feet with brass casters. Original mercury glass mirror.
19th-C. French Henry II Beveled Mirror
19th-century French Henry II-style beveled mirror featuring a hand-carved frame with foliage and architectural elements, decorated with two top final and attached pierced crown, hand-turned dual baluster columns and deep structural moldings.
19th-C. French Louis-XVI Chairs, Pair
French Louis XVI-style pair of side chairs painted off-white with carvings and seafoam accents. Each stands on fluted legs with a bow-knot back and striped upholstery. Seats, 17"H.
1950s Italian Valet & Butler Stand
1950s Fratelli Reguitti valet and butler stand with press arms. Constructed out of solid maple wood with removable hanger, tray on top, original paper label, and brass fittings.
Mariner's Wheel Wall Mirror
Mariner's wheel wall mirror. Mirrored glass, 17.25"Dia.
19th-C. Veus de Paris Trumeau Mirror
19th-century Empire-style wall mirror decorated with architectural moldings (3"D at a top) accented with with small gold leaf spheres and lithograph of the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile. Lithograph, 8.25"H x 10.125"W; mirror, 16.75"H x 10.125"W. Paint scuffed in several areas,
Pitcher & 4 Glasses, Attr. to Steuben
Blue glass pitcher and four glasses. Carefully blown by the artist with the control bubble technique and hand-applied to the top blue threading. Attributed to either Steuben or Fry glass companies. No maker's mark. Glasses, 4"Dia x 5.75"H.
Austria Vases Josephine and Napoleon
A pair of vases depicting Josephine and Napoleon marked on the bottom Made in Austria-RH-Royal Wettina.
Chinese Porcelain Vases, Pair
Pair of Chinese porcelain vases with rich polychrome decoration of court characters against a background of scrolls. Dragon handles.
Antique Japanese Imari Footed Bowl
A fine and very small Japanese Imari footed bowl from the Meiji period, circa 1880. Decorated with Foo dog, flowers and various ornamental designs. In colors of red, blue, and orange, all hand-painted enamels.
Green Porcelain Baluster Vase
Porcelain baluster vase with green glaze and applied white bisque porcelain leaves and berries. Green underglaze mark of the year production 1949-1954.
Serving Platter w/ Green Frog, Italy
Hand-painted serving platter in a form of white leaf with green accents, decorated with green frog seated on the leaf. Marked on underside: 2021 O.G.G. Italy.
1900s Chinese Rosewood Armchairs, Pr
Pair of rosewood horseshoe-shaped armchairs with sea grass seats and vintage rose colored channel fabric box cushions. Excellent wood construction with a small square carving on the back support. All in original condition.
1920s English Neoclassical Armchair
Vintage English neoclassical-style armchair with black lacquered finish. Handcrafted and constructed in the best tradition of the English cabinet makers. Back of the chair designed with center square hand-painted foliage, second back stretcher consists of four interconnected circles all accented with stencil gold. Newly upholstered. Seat, 18.5"H.
19th-C. French Louis XIV-Style Armchair
Antique Louis XIV-style high-back armchair with carved walnut frame and original medium to dark walnut stain. The chair has carved claw legs connected to the hand-carved H-stretcher and hand rests carved into acanthus patterns with scrolls and rosette. Newly reupholstered in chenille fabric. Seat: 18"H; arms: 25"H.
French Art Deco Armchairs, Pair
Pair of French Art Deco club chairs. Cuban mahogany frames with tapered fluted legs, scrolled arms, shaped backs. Seats, 18"H. Recent upholstery.
19th-C. Louis XV-Style Bergère
19th-century French Louis XV-style bergère. Newly upholstered in light gray channels and simulated silk fabrics. Simple frame lines attributed the Provincial Louis XV style. Hand-refinished and reupholstered by LR Antiques.
1930s English Bench w/ Cross-Sword Legs
1930s English Regency-style cross-sword bench. Burgundy painted base with olive, gold, and rust accents. Recently reupholstered in suede and finished with brass nailhead trim.
Biedermeier Chairs, S/6
Set of six Biedermeier solid mahogany dining chairs handcrafted in Germany in the 1820s. Decorated with floral resets, turned fluted front legs, back center rail decorated with carved cartouches and scrolls. Blind-caned seats are in excellent condition, chairs can be safely used with or without cushion seats. Seats, 16"H.
19th-C. Scottish Cupboard Cabinet
19th-century Scottish cupboard. Two-part cabinet consists of upper portion with two glass doors in acid etched design of graduated circles and vertical lines, unclosed fitted wood shelf interior. Bottom portion with white marble top above elaborately carved single long drawer above two carved doors fitted with shelf interior and two utility drawers. All supported by the turned feet in the back and carved paw feet in the front.
Early-18th-C. Spanish Walnut Armchair
Early-18th-century Spanish colonial period walnut armchair with cloth seats and backs upholstered in faded red cotton cloth under the few remnants of silk tapestry. The original upholstered back and seat are edged in rectangular hand-forged brass nail studs. Seat, 20"H.
19th-C. Oak Armchair
Antique open armchair upholstered in dark gray leather and trimmed with large nailheads. Features a camel back, wide arm supports, turned column legs connected to the T-stretcher. Purchased in Gascony, France. Seat, 21"H.
Henry II Renaissance Revival Armchair
Henry II Renaissance revival oak armchair hand-carved with floral rosettes, foliage, and elaborate scrolls in the tradition of 19th-century French cabinet makers. Four legs connected with turned T-stretchers. Front legs end in hand-carved animal paw feet. Structurally sound. Seat: 17.5"H. Recently reupholstered in light green fabric.
Early-1900s Neoclassical Server
Swedish neoclassical-style server with two lower shelves, white painted finish, and gilt accents, circa 1900. Marked: Myrstedt & Stern, Stockholm, Sweden.
19th-C. French Server
19th-century French two-tier server with pull-out drawers, detachable pierced gallery, turned fluted column legs, and bun feet. Carved with traditional elements of the 19th century.
Henry II-Style Wine Bar
19th-century French Henry II-style cabinet converted to an open wine bar. Constructed of European oak and decorated with carvings, turned baluster columns, and deep structural moldings.
19th-C. Empire Chest of Drawers
19th-century American Empire Cuban mahogany and flame mahogany veneer chest of drawers. Two small drawers above four graduated drawers, side carved columns executed with two front carved legs in the paw form. Dating from 1810 to the 1840s from the Philadelphia area.
1820s German Biedermeier Chest
German Biedermeier three drawer chest with walnut veneer and ebonized trims. Top drawer fitted with a writhing green velvet lift-up top and multiple compartments with lids. All original locks and working key.
18th-C. Gustavian Secretary
Swedish Gustavian period two-part secretary, birch wood decorated with ebony inlay of the neoclassical figures. Top is a tree door cabinet fitted with a shelved and drawers interior. Bottom is a slant-front secretary that fitted with 10 small drawers and one door in the center to reveal an open compartment, three large drawers. Bracket footed base is connected to the shaped apron. All locks is in a working condition with original key. Minor wear. Lid of the cabinet, 14"L; with lid open, 36"D.
19th-C. Louis XV French Slanted Desk
Mid-19th-century French Louis XV-style slanted desk made of solid oak with four shaped and hand-carved front drawers, with an opening revealing multiple small drawers and two front curved legs ended with carved escargots feet. Overall depth when open, 32"D. Original brass cast hardware.
19th-C. Mahogany Server
19th-century French Louis Philippe server with marble top above three drawers with wood knobs and escutcheons, and three framed mirror doors. Two shelves on top are connected with hand-carved supports and mirror back. Bottom portion: 79"L x 21.5"D x 45"H. Top shelving: 77"L x 12"D x 27"H; opening between each shelves bottom 13" and 12” top.
Antique Spanish Dome Trunk
18th- to 19th-century Spanish domed trunk with dovetail and wood peg construction. The front of the trunk is decorated with fancy inlays of rosewood in geometrical designs of a triangles and stars.
Chinese Round Black Lacquer Screen
1960s Chinese round four-panel black lacquered wood screen. Features a carved jade hardstone inlaid scene painted with colorful lacquer. Embellished with hand-painted motifs and traditional scrolls designs in gold.
1860s French Burl Walnut Table
1860s French turtle top occasional table, book-matched burl walnut veneer top connected to the solid walnut apron decorated with apply carvings. Four turned walnut legs with original porcelain casters connected with X-stretcher decorated with turned finial in the center.
Italian Leather Tray on Stand
Traditional leather scalloped tray and leather stand, both embossed with 24K gold.Tray, 31 1/2"L x 23 3/4"W; stand, 29 7/8"L x 22"W x 18 1/2"H.
Georgian Mahogany Nesting Tables, S/3
1850s Georgian-style solid mahogany set of three nesting tables with lyre-shaped legs. Large table, 16.5”L x 13.5”D x 29.25”H; medium table, 14.25”L x 14.25”D x 28.75”H; small table, 12”L x 12.25”D x 28.25”H. Some age wear.
19th-C. Oval Mahogany Center Table
19th-century French oval mahogany center table. Top is attached to the hand-carved 4"D apron connected by four S-form legs ending in snail-shaped feet.
Tilt-Top Curly Maple Table, C. 1900
American George II-style tilt-top round table constructed of maple and curly maple wood.Curly maple top supported by a turned maple baluster standard with shaped tripod base on slipper legs. Tilted up, 52"H. Top refinished to original condition.
1920's Oscar Bach Hexagon Bronze Table
Art Deco period made out of cast bronze and iron occasional table with black slate top. Cast bronze frame feature molded apron , duel twisted iron cabriole legs highlighted with bronze acanthus leaves and connected with X stretcher centered with bronze flowers. Black slate stone top. Most of the items was produced by Oscar B. Bach Studious was not signed but you will immediately recognize his pieces by the style. Designer Oscar B. Bach.
19th-C. Empire Round Table
Second Empire period gilt bronze mounted ormolu French mahogany and Italian marble two-tier round table. Circular top with pierced gallery raised on square tapered legs supports ending in lion paw feet and joined by a diamond-shaped lower tier. Signed and numbered by the maker. Signed "Janne Flenu # 673."
19th-C. Swedish Rectangular Walnut Table
Swedish rectangular occasional walnut and walnut veneer table with ebonized ogee-edge top. Four baluster turned legs attach to arched feet and are joined by a similar baluster stretcher decorated with a ball finial.
Paperweight by Ann Warff 1960s Kosta
Scandinavian controlled bubble glass paperweight in the form of a square block. Blue and clear with a clear bottom. Signed on the bottom, "Kosta Unik Warf 782."
1960s Teardrop Paperweight
Midcentury Swedish Kosta Mona Morales Schilldt teardrop square glass paperweight sculpture. Signed "Kosta 95834 Morales." One side has a tiny mold indention.
1960s Bubble Paperweight
1960s Swedish clear glass paperweight with controlled bubbles. Signed on underside: Kosta 97096 Warff.
Black Forest Watch Holder
19th-century walnut watch holder masterfully carved with bouquet of local country flowers. Souvenir from Rheinfall, Switzerland.
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