18th Century Antique Furniture

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Very fine, French, Louis XV period bureau dos d'ane
Item No. 968
Very fine, French, Louis XV period bureau dos d'ane

Of bombé form with floral marquetry inlay, resting upon four delicately shaped cabriole legs; having original gilded bronze mounts and fall-front lid that opens to reveal leather writing surface and four interior drawers. Stamped "L·BOUDIN". Mid-18th century.
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period fauteuil a la reine
Item No. 988
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period fauteuil a la reine

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1735.
Pair of French, Louis XIV period torcheres
Item No. 986
Pair of French, Louis XIV period torcheres

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1700.

65" tall by 15" diameter
Pair of fine, Spanish Rococo period mirrors
Item No. 985
Pair of fine, Spanish Rococo period mirrors

In solid, carved giltwood. Mid-18th century.

Provenance: Chateau de Suisnes, France.

56½" tall by 33" wide
Fine, French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune console table
Item No. 981
Fine, French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune console table

In solid, carved giltwood, having four, tapered, fluted legs joined by a stretcher centered with floral urn, the apron elegantly carved with bows and garlands, having a Carrera marble top. From Paris circa 1780.

45¼" wide by 33" high by 19" deep
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils
Item No. 908
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils

In solid, carved beechwood (one of pair shown). Circa 1750. Stamped "L.CRESSON"
Rare, George III period, chair-back settee
Item No. 506
Rare, George III period, chair-back settee

In mahogany with slightly curved, five shield-form backrest, each with bellflower and white carved splat continuing to downward sloping arm rests and supports, above a padded seat, raised on rosette capped fluted straight tapering legs ending in spade feet. 18th century.

67" wide by 27" deep by 35" high at back (18" high at seat)
Rare, French, Louis XVI period secrétaire à abattant
Item No. 975
Rare, French, Louis XVI period secrétaire à abattant

Marquetry-inlaid with musical trophies, urns, and floral bouquets. Circa 1780.

Stamped "G. Kemp." (Guillaume Kemp - active 1757–86, master 1764).
Very fine and rare French, Louis XV period chandelier
Item No. 967
Very fine and rare French, Louis XV period chandelier

In solid bronze d'ore with original mercury gilding and original cut crystal. Circa 1750.

Provenance: From the chapel of Chateau de Sarthe.

52" high by 42" diameter
Pair of fine, French, Regence period fauteuils
Item No. 962
Pair of fine, French, Regence period fauteuils

Frames in solid, elaborately carved beechwood with entretoises (stretchers) and caned backs and seats. Circa 1715-1727.
Very fine, French, Regence period enfilade
Item No. 961
Very fine, French, Regence period enfilade

In solid, carved walnut and cherry with original marble top. Circa 1715.
Fine, French, Louis XV period armoire
Item No. 959
Fine, French, Louis XV period armoire

In solid, carved cherry with double domed cornice. From Rennes, Brittany. Second half of the 18th century.
Very fine, Austrian, Neoclassical period chandelier
Item No. 953
Very fine, Austrian, Neoclassical period chandelier

In polychromed wood and iron with five branches in original, non-electrified condition. The bowl decorated in a pewter patina and gold; bronze filigree in the shape of volutes.

33" high by 39" diameter
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)
Item No. 952
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)

Double face (two-sided) of arbalette form in solid, carved walnut with one large drawer on the front. In the manner of Pierre Pillot, Nimes. Circa 1760.

36" high by 53½" long by 28" wide
Very fine, Louis XV style pare-feu (firescreen)
Item No. 951
Very fine, Louis XV style pare-feu (firescreen)

The solid, carved giltwood frame from the early 19th century; the silk tapestry inset from the 18th century. In the manner of "Tilliard."
Fine, English, George III period mirror
Item No. 948
Fine, English, George III period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1765.
Very fine Louis XV gilt bronze mounted kingwood bureau plat and cartonnier
Item No. 942
Very fine Louis XV gilt bronze mounted kingwood bureau plat and cartonnier

The cartonnier with circular white enameled dial signed "Masson a Paris", with roman hour markers and arabic minutes, above a case surmounted by a gilt-bronze monkey and enclosing six pigeon-holes, four containing tooled red morocco leather removable drawers, raised on scroll feet, the underside bearing the stamped initials "L V E " with an iron cross between the L and the V; the bureau plat with gilt-tooled red leather insert with a gilt bronze banded edge and scallop shells at corners, above five drawers, raised on cabriole legs mounted with chutes and terminating in sabots.

Mid-18th century, the bureau plat attributed to Pierre Migeon II, the cartonnier dial signed masson.

Bureau plat: 29" high by 88" wide by 44¾" deep
Clock: 37" high
Very fine, French, Neoclassical period, marquetry commode
Item No. 941
Very fine, French, Neoclassical period, marquetry commode

With original marble top and original gilt bronze mounts. Late 18th century. Trace of a stamp "COSSON".
French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table
Item No. 718
French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table

In solid, carved mahogany with flame mahogany veneer, gilt bronze trim, and tapered, fluted legs. Backgammon surface in ebony with ivory inlay. Leather top reverses to reveal felt playing surface for cards. Circa 1780.

47" long by 27" deep by 28" high
Pair of very fine, Venetian, Baroque period, carved giltwood and silvered wall consoles
Item No. 929
Pair of very fine, Venetian, Baroque period, carved giltwood and silvered wall consoles

With tripod bases. Circa 1740.



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