Lower: A 17th century Italian walnut table with bold Baroque turnings and serpentine incurvate stretchers. Very original. H 28 1/2″ w. 38″, d. 24″.
Pair of carved cabriole leg “Queen Anne” side chairs with shell carved crests and aprons in light hardwood. Possibly Dutch. 18th century. H. 40”, w. 19 ½”, $1195 the pair.
This handsome companion pair of Italian Baroque walnut armchairs of the 17th century have well carved details and imposing size. At left, carved busts of a man act as finials as well as arm supports. Horizontal splats above and below are richly carved and mounted with central burl plaques. H. 57 1/2″, w. 26″, d. 26″.
On the example to the right, gilt cartouches as finials are above period 17th century tapestry panels with fruit and flowers. H. 53 3/4″, w. 24″, d. 22′. The pair, $1775.
A pair of Italian early 19th century terra cotta neoclassical urns with lacca povera details of scene from antiquity in printed paper applied to a faux black surface. Minor rim repair is invisible. H. 15″, Diam 8 1/2″. $975 the pair.
Above, 17th century Dutch tapestry fragments done as down throw pillows. These are a landscape pair. 20″ by 22″. $1800 the pair.
Pair Louis XV 18th century armchairs. 34″ x 25″. $1795/pair.
French Louis XIV baroque walnut backstool, c. 1720. 47″ x 21″. $725.
French Louis XV armchair, 18th century. Waxed old finish. 36″ x 30″. $1900.
French armchair with striped damask cover. Carved and molded arms with leafage over an inlaid patera. Molded legs and old finish. Circa 1810.
Continental late 17th century walnut armchair.
Sofa table, Italian, c.1840. Walnut, with later inlay of birds. Central drawer, trestle base. 3″ x 1′ 9″ x 2′ 7″.
17th century walnut, possibly French. Recent recover. $495.
Italian carved walnut bench, old 20th century. From the collection of Arturo Toscanini. 71” x 13 ½”.
17th century walnut Baroque armchair, recently covered in leather. Probably French, the comfortable armchair has a raked back and well turned baluster legs
We are most pleased to offer this highly inlaid Continental neoclassical games table. The top is fully decorated in the Louis XVI manner with a floral bouquet tied with ribbon. The corners of the top are outset and inlaid bounding a marquetry field with a banded rim opening to reveal a felt covered surface again bounded by inlays. Each corner is veneered for a candlestick or wine glass. Below is a central drawer for accessories flanked by slender square tapered legs, each with bell flower inlays with an olive colored ground. No major repairs, later pulls and felt. Circa 1775-1800. W. 33 1/2″, d. 16 1/2″, h. 29 3/4″. Please call or email without hesitation to acquire this gem, $2325.
Biedermeier window seat, circa 1830-40. Flaring saber legs and arms. Wavy birch. H. 21”, w. 29”, d. 14 ½”.
An excellent marquetry inlaid three drawer 18th century Louis XV night stand with serpentine sides above slender cabriole legs. Abundant floral inlay. H. 26″, w. 16 1/2″, d. 14″.
Early 18th century walnut inlaid slant front bureau. Likely Italian, this desk offers the earliest interior configuration of a sliding compartment access with flanking outboard interior drawers and pigeon holes. The width is the best 35+” size and the writing height is 28 1/2″.
The provincial Louis XVI desk has great old patina with deep and rich carving. The lid displays a violin, bow, a trumpet, a French horn, and more against a background of vining leafage. The drawers are also carved. The interior has pigeon holes as well as hidden drawers. All is in sound condition with no major repairs or alterations. Click images to enlarge.
The Continental kneehole dressing table is most concise with Hepplewhite legs and clean neoclassicism. Mahogany, late 18th century with handmade nails at the drawer bottoms, leather inset top, sound condition. This is a choice small size. H.30.5”, w. 32″, d. 19.5″.
The French Louis XV period armchairs date in the 18th century and have well chosen chintz covers. Foliate carving is atop the crests with molded stiles and legs. Seat heights are brought to a comfortable 18″-19″ with full down cushions.
The elegant pair, $1650.
Italian late 18th century neoclassical settee, old pink paint on gesso ground with worn gilt trimming. Length 79″, h. 37″, d. 25″. Net $ $3150. Sound condition.
A petite commode in the Louis XV style, late 19th century French. Black lacquer with gilt scenes, gilt ormolu mounts. Ht. 31”, W. 15 ½”. $1750.
Venetian rococo sofa, 18th century, frame in old finish with recent silk damask cover. This has outstanding line and proportion with a curvaceous back, scrolled arms, and cabriole legs.