Category Archives: French/Euro Tables

18C French Provincial Cherrywood Side Table or Open Case

18C French Provincial Cherrywood Side Table or Open Case. Presenting an EXTREMELY RARE 18C French Provincial Cherrywood Side Table or Open Case. From circa 1790 and made of cherrywood,this beautifully proportioned side table or 3 shelf case is classic and original French Provincial artistry. Constructed using wooden pegs giving a clear indication of it’s authenticity.. It stands…

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17C French Provincial Oak Commode

17C French Provincial Oak Commode.   PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING Late 17th French Provincial Oak Commode. THE COMMODE IN THE CATALOG:: THE CATALOG LISTING: OUR COMMODE: We are of the OPINION that our Commode is from the late 17th Century………circa 1690.   17C French Provincial Oak Commode. Provenance: This Commode is part of the Lida Calvert…

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19C French Provincial Oak Side or Console Table

19C French Provincial Oak Side or Console Table. Lovely French Provincial oak side or console table from circa 1880. Heavily carved with ‘Green Man’ Head on front drawer as central motif. Probably made in Northern France……in the Ardennes Region…..it has a strong Germanic or Flemish influence. A Green Man Sculpture is a sculpture, or other representation…

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Early 20C French Art Nouveau Style Brass Wall Bracket Shelf

Early 20C French Art Nouveau Style Brass Wall Bracket Shelf. Early 20th Century…….. Art Nouveau style …… Brass Wall Bracket Shelf. Beautiful brass casting with ladies face to the front and an ebonized shelf. Probably French, circa 1915. ART NOUVEAU: Art Nouveau (French pronunciation: [aʁ nuvo], Anglicised to /ˈɑːrt nuːˈvoʊ/; Austria. Sezession or Secessionsstil, Catalan…

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Early 20C French Neo Classical Revival Style Partners Desk

Early 20C French Neo Classical Revival Style Partners Desk. Beautiful French Neo Classical Revival Style Partners Desk. Probable made in the early 20th Century circa 1920 in the Empire Style…… with Neo Classical influences.   The Empire style, French pronunciation: [ɑ̃.piːʁ],the second phase of Romanticism, is an early-nineteenth-century design movement in architecture, furniture, other decorative arts, and the…

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