Category Archives: French/Euro Furniture – General

Pair of Biedermeier Style Burl Yewood & Bronze Mounted Pillars

PRESENTING A GORGEOUS Pair of Biedermeier Style Burl Yewood & Bronze Mounted Pillars. Probably 20th Century and possibly made by the high-end manufacturer, Theodore Alexander of NY and S. Carolina. Made of STUNNING burl yewood with a GLORIOUS patina. Each pillar or Jardiniere, has acanthus shaped cast bronze mounts beneath the top and at the…

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Pair of 19C Louis XVI Style Side Tables

PRESENTING a matching Pair of ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 19th Century Louis XVI Style Side Tables of very high quality. This pair of matching side tables or console tables are just STUNNING. Made in the late 19th Century circa 1880 and despite not having any makers marks are most definietely in the style of the top French…

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Egyptian Classical Revival Desk

PRESENTING a FABULOUS Egyptian Classical Revival Desk from the mid 20th Century. From circa 1970. This is what is known as an Egyptian made desk in the neo-classical revival style, complete with ormolu neo-classical figures and heads, marble columns, etc. The wood is walnut and it has fantastic detail to it to include boxwood stringing…

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19C Louis XVI Style Cabinet in the Manner of Grohe Freres

19C Louis XVI Style Cabinet in the Manner of Grohe Freres PRESENTING a GORGEOUS late 19th Century French Louis XVI STyle Cabinet in the Manner of Grohe Freres or Linke. From circa 1880. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS Ormolu mounts. The detail and condition of the mounts are stunning. The side mounts have a neo-classical ladies head with…

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The Tsar Desk Replica by Theodore Alexander

The Tsar Desk Replica by Theodore Alexander PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 20th Century Replica of ‘The Tsar Desk’ from the Gianni Versace Collection by Theodore Alexander of NY. Firstly, in this industry there are 4 categories:- (1) Original period antiques, (2) “Fakes” which are made to deceive, (3) ‘Reproductions’ which are not intended to deceive…

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18C French Extra Large Walnut Duet Stand

18C French Extra Large Walnut Duet Stand. PRESENTING A BEAUTIFUL and EXTREMELY RARE French Walnut Duet Stand, of extra large proportions……18th Century…circa 1760. Lovely proportions and beautifully carved……..perfect for a home study, library or den or simply any home of elegance!! Can also be used a a ‘Lutrin’ or ‘Lectern” for display of books, art,…

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17C Italian Renaissance Walnut Credenza or Cabinet

17C Italian Renaissance Walnut Credenza or Cabinet. ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 17th Century…..Renaissance………Italian Walnut Credenza or Cabinet The natural Patina on this cabinet is simply STUNNING. Italian…..circa 1680. Top has an indented carved molding on front and sides. The edges of the plain top are bevelled. Gorgeous hand carved corbels in the shape of acanthus, over waterfall…

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Large 19C French Neoclassical Revival Trumeau Mirror

Large 19C French Neoclassical Revival Trumeau Mirror. PRESENTING a STUNNING Early 19th Century French Neoclassical Revival painted Trumeau Mirror…….of large proportions. This stunning piece is elegant simplicity at it’s best with the most gorgeous natural age and patina to its surface and stunning details. We estimate this to be from circa 1800 – 10. It…

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18C Spanish Cast Iron Floor Candelabra

18C Spanish Cast Iron Floor Candelabra. PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 18th Century Spanish Cast Iron 7 Candle Floor Candelabra from circa 1750. This stunning piece is elegant simplicity at it’s best with the most gorgeous natural age and patina to its surface. It is made of black cast iron with stunning natural patina. It sits…

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18C French Provincial Burl Walnut Lyre Work Table

18C French Provincial Burl Walnut Lyre Work Table. PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS little 18th Century French Provincial Burl Walnut Work Table with Lyre shaped supports. This stunning little piece is elegant simplicity at it’s best with the most gorgeous natural age and patina to its surface. We estimate this to be from circa 1760 –…

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