George III sofa, ca. 1760, rare in this small size, this late 18th century Chippendale type camel back sofa has scrolled arms over six square legs joined with stretchers. H. 36″, w. 62, d. 27.5″.
American Federal sofa in the Sheraton style is this week’s favorite local discovery. Dating about 1810-20’s, this piece was created at the height of elegance in this era. Often referred to a the goldenContinue reading
18th century Louis XV provincial settee is from the Livingston – Griggs House and is covered in a rich rose tone damask, in good order, ready to place in your rooms. The mustardContinue reading
George III Chippendale type sofa, a so-called “camel-back” with scrolled arms above molded mahogany Marlboro legs with stretchers. Circa 1760+. Antique Turkey work cover of the type done in England covers the face sides. Continue reading
French canape’, late 18th in desirable old layered painted finish with most tasteful and costly Fortuny fabric. This elegant sofa has the details expected in the Louis XVI period including florets, ribbon, leafage, urns,Continue reading
French Louis XVI settee, recently recovered in a soft off-white sateen cover. The frame has been reglued and restored in stone white with gilt highlights. The central crest is finely carved with a basket, wheat,Continue reading
This French provincial sofa is in a lovely old state of finish with worn stone grays highlighted with worn pale maroon touches at each floral carving. Further detail is in the molded serpentine back, arms,Continue reading
Covered in a light bronze damask, this 18th century Louis XVI period settee is a reminder of the elegance ofthe era with a molded and leafage carved crest on a seat frame and legs withContinue reading