18th Century Antique Furniture

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French, Transition Louis XV-XVI writing desk
Item No. 20
French, Transition Louis XV-XVI writing desk

Pearwood, mahogany, ebony, and rosewood parquetry. Single drawer, brass-banded edge, finished back. Circa 1780's.

40½" wide by 29¼" deep
French Provincial, Louis XV buffet
Item No. 12
French Provincial, Louis XV buffet

Solid walnut and elm burl, pierced key plates, three small drawers, two cabinets. Circa 1780's.

57½" wide by 24" deep by 41½" high
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French, Louis XV period duchesse en bateau (chaise longue)
Item No. 1091
French, Louis XV period duchesse en bateau (chaise longue)

Crème painted, lacquered, and parcel gilded, carved with flowers and foliage and resting upon six cabriole legs. With cream silk upholstery. 18th century

Stamped P.FORGET Maître le 25 Septembre 1755
(Pierre FORGET, Master, September 25, 1755)
Pair of Italian, Neoclassical, white-painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune console tables
Item No. 895
Pair of Italian, Neoclassical, white-painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune console tables

Ornamented with Neoclassical elements including acanthus leaves, acorns, vines, pateraes, resting upon four tapered and fluted legs. With later conforming rose marble tops with beveled edges. Florence, Italy. Circa 1785.

35¾" high by 49¾" wide by 25½" deep
French, Regence period table de milieu
Item No. 1081
French, Regence period table de milieu

In solid, carved oak with original rouge griotte marble top; intricate foliate rinceaux carving on all sides; pierced apron centered by a large shell; the whole above four cabriole legs connected by entretoise (stretcher) decorated with acanthus leaves and centered with a sunflower (the symbol of Louis XIV, "The Sun King").

From L'ile de France, circa 1725.
Italian Neoclassical painted and parcel-gilt silk upholstered settee
Item No. 1079
Italian Neoclassical painted and parcel-gilt silk upholstered settee

The crestrail centered by ribbon-tied flowers surmounting a molded frame, raised on fluted tapering legs. Late 18th century.

37" high by 78" wide by 22¼"deep
Pair of very fine, French, Louis XVI period sconces
Item No. 1073
Pair of very fine, French, Louis XVI period sconces

In bronze d'ore with three arms. Circa 1780.

23" high by 15" wide
Very fine, French, Regence period mirror
Item No. 1045
Very fine, French, Regence period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood with parcloses, having original giltwood surface and original mercury glass. Circa 1700.

61" high by 35" wide
Very fine, French, Louis XIV period, Beauvais entre fenetre tapestry
Item No. 1044
Very fine, French, Louis XIV period, Beauvais entre fenetre tapestry

Woven in fine silk and wool. Early 18th century.

Likely inspired by the series of engravings "Berain Grotesques" (Jean Berain, France, 1640–1711). See: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

97" high by 54" wide
Pair of Italian, Rococo style, painted and silvered fauteuils
Item No. 1042
Pair of Italian, Rococo style, painted and silvered fauteuils

Late 18th or early 19th century. (One of identical pair shown)
Pair of exceptional, French, Louis XIV period fauteuils a la reine
Item No. 1028
Pair of exceptional, French, Louis XIV period fauteuils a la reine

In solid, carved walnut. Each with arched upholstered rectangular back, volute acanthus carved armrests, terminating in sunflowers, raised on volute acanthus carved supports; the rectangular seat raised on cabriole legs joined by wavy H-shaped stretcher and terminating in acanthus carved bun feet. Close nail upholstered in floral damask with silk fringe around seat. Circa 1700.

Provenance: Formerly part of the collection of Old Versailles New York, New York 1997

44" high by 24½" wide by 26½" deep
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, bronze-mounted demi-lune commode
Item No. 1019
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, bronze-mounted demi-lune commode

Of small dimensions in acajou moucheté (plum-pudding mahogany imported from Africa). With beveled breche marble top. Paris, last quarter of the 18th century.
Fine, French, Louis XV period cartel clock
Item No. 965
Fine, French, Louis XV period cartel clock

In working order with rosewood veneers and original gilt bronze mounts. Signed "Le Bel Paris." Circa 1750.
Fine, French, Regence period mirror
Item No. 1008
Fine, French, Regence period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood with original surface and original mercury glass.

50" tall by 26" wide
Pair of fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded pique cierges (candlesticks)
Item No. 1006
Pair of fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded pique cierges (candlesticks)

Last quarter of the 18th century.

39" tall by 9" diameter
Very fine, French, Louis XV period encoinure (corner cabinet)
Item No. 1002
Very fine, French, Louis XV period encoinure (corner cabinet)

With decorative bronze mounts and marble top. Mid-18th century. Stamped "M. CRIAERD"
Fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded, diminutive console table
Item No. 913
Fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded, diminutive console table

With Carrera marble top. Circa 1780.

34" wide by 31" high by 13" deep
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



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