18th Century Antique Furniture

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Rare, Russian, Brass-Mounted Mahogany Architects Table
Item No. 1184
Rare, Russian, Brass-Mounted Mahogany Architects Table

The hinged top fitted with a ratchet mechanism above a leather-lined writing surface and one drawer fitted with a sliding leather-lined surface and a secret inkwell drawer, flanked by candle slides, raised on tapering fluted legs ending in sabots.

Last quarter of the 18th century. In the Manner of David Roentgen.

36¾" wide by 30" high by 24¼" deep
French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period console
Item No. 1132
French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period console

In solid, carved giltwood with pierced central cartouche resting upon four cabriole legs and having original, Breche d'Alep marble top. From Provence, circa 1760.

50" wide by 34" high by 26" deep
Exceptional French, Louis XV period commode a portes
Item No. 1179
Exceptional French, Louis XV period commode a portes

Of galbe form on three sides, the whole comprised of Brazilian rosewood and other exotic, marquetry inlayed woods. Having original veined marble, bronze d'ore mounts, locks, and keys. 18th century.

Attributed to ébéniste du roi (royal cabinet maker) Gilles Joubert (1689 - 1775).
Pair of French, Regence period consoles murales (hanging bracket consoles)
Item No. 1178
Pair of French, Regence period consoles murales (hanging bracket consoles)

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1720.

Originally created with a matching mirror-trumeau item 1177.

each 13" high by 7" wide by 5" deep
French, Regence period mirror-trumeau
Item No. 1177
French, Regence period mirror-trumeau

In solid, carved giltwood with parcloses having the original giltwood surface and original mercury glass. Circa 1720.

Originally created with a matching pair of consoles murales item 1178 (hanging bracket consoles).

73" tall by 41½" wide
Portuguese, Baroque period, blue and white painted tile (azulejos) mural
Item No. 1172
Portuguese, Baroque period, blue and white painted tile (azulejos) mural

Featuring the God Neptune in his carriage holding a trident in his right hand while being pulled through the sea. Circa: 1710-1720.

59" wide by 29½" high
Pair of Northern European, Louis XV period, tabourets
Item No. 1165
Pair of Northern European, Louis XV period, tabourets

In solid carved giltwood; each one elaborately carved with seashells and acanthus leaves, the cabriole legs ending in escargot feet.

Circa 1740.

25" wide by 17½" deep by 19" high
Pair of Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, blue-painted and parcel-gilded bergeres
Item No. 1161
Pair of Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, blue-painted and parcel-gilded bergeres

Each having a gondola back, bacchic mask, and upholstered in a blue silk brocade. Late 18th century.

39" high (at the back) by 26" wide by 24" deep
French, Louis XVI period, adjustable, marquetry-inlaid pedestal table
Item No. 1158
French, Louis XVI period, adjustable, marquetry-inlaid pedestal table

Having two tiers, each with pierced, bronze d'ore gallery. Functioning mechanism allows the top tier to be raised.

Stamped: JF LAPIE (Jean-François LAPIE) Master in 1763

Late 18th century.

28" high (unraised) by 13" diameter
Irish, George III period mirror
Item No. 1157
Irish, George III period mirror

In giltwood exuberantly carved with branches, acanthus leaves, and berries. Circa 1770.

68" high by 35" wide
English, George III period cane settee
Item No. 1138
English, George III period cane settee

With curved ends and three seats, each seat having a circular cane-back panel inset with a hand-painted medallion, the whole resting upon elegantly-tapered legs and painted in bellflowers. Late 18th century.

72" wide by 28" deep by 35" high
Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilt chest of drawers
Item No. 1155
Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilt chest of drawers

Having two small drawers above two large drawers. Late 18th century.

36" high by 45¾" wide by 21¾" deep
French, Louis XVI period demi-lune console
Item No. 1152
French, Louis XVI period demi-lune console

In solid, carved giltwood with Carrara marble top. Circa 1780.

58" wide
Pair of French, Regence period fauteuils a la Reine
Item No. 1151
Pair of French, Regence period fauteuils a la Reine

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1725.

42½" high by 27½" wide
Pair of French, Louis XV period fauteuils
Item No. 1150
Pair of French, Louis XV period fauteuils

In solid, carved and patinated beechwood. Circa 1752.

Stamped: MICHEL GOURDIN

Michel Gourdin was recognized as a master ébéniste in 1752. Other works by Gourdin are represented in The Met, the Louvre, the Bouvier Collection in the Musée Carnavalet, Paris; the Wallace Collection, London; Windsor Castle; and the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, New York.

36½" high by 25" wide
French, Regence period miroir à parecloses
Item No. 1149
French, Regence period miroir à parecloses

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1725.
French, Louis XV period petite canapé corbeille
Item No. 1148
French, Louis XV period petite canapé corbeille

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

37¾" high by 63¾" wide
Pair of exceptional Louis XVI period fauteuils
Item No. 1147
Pair of exceptional Louis XVI period fauteuils

In solid carved mahogany with giltwood accents, the front aprons inspired by the designs of Georges Jacob, the armrests adorned with mufles de lion (lion masks) in the manner of Jacob Frères (Georges Jacob's sons), and having unusual tapered and sprial-fluted back sabre legs.

Late 18th century.

36½" high by 23½" wide
French, Louis XVI period, small canape
Item No. 1145
French, Louis XVI period, small canape

In solid, carved beechwood. Vigorously carved with neoclassical elements, the whole resting upon six spiral-turned, tapered, fluted legs.

Circa 1780. Signed: DELAISEMENT (Nicholas DeLaisment)

46" wide
French, Louis XV period, giltwood canape
Item No. 1141
French, Louis XV period, giltwood canape

With exhuberantly-carved, sepentine frame, quintessential Louis XV motifs including seashells, acanthus leaves, and foliage, having three seats upholstered in floral-patterned, silk damask, the whole resting upon eight cabriole legs.

Mid-18th century, attributed to Louis Cresson.

86" wide



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