Antique Furniture by Category

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Armoires


Beds


Buffets, Vaisseliers, & Sideboards


Chairs


Clocks & Barometers


Commodes


Corner Pieces


Desks


Bureau Plats


Secretaries


Fireplace Mantels & Accessories


Garden Accessories & Iron Furniture


Libraries & Vitrines


Lighting


Mirrors


Miscellaneous


Panels


Petrins & Panetieres


Sofas, Benches, Canapés & Settees


Recamiers, Chaise longues, & Duchesse Brisee


Screens & Paravents


Tables


Center Tables


Consoles


Dining Tables


End Tables, Night Tables, & Coffee Tables


Game Tables


  • Rare, French, Regence period, gilt-bronze mounted game table (tric-trac table) (Item 1068)
      Having rosewood veneers; with a reversible, gilt, embossed leather top, the reverse inlaid with an ebony and ivory chess board; the inside opening to reveal a recessed backgammon surface; having one drawer and two original candleholders. Circa 1725.

      Provenance: Attributed to Pierre Migeon
  • Fine, French, Louis XVI style, bouillotte table (Item 1050)
      In solid mahogany with gilt-bronze gallery and Gris St. Anne marble top. 19th century.
  • Fine, French, Louis XV style tric-trac table (Item 984)
      One side of reversible top having a chess board, the other a green, felt card surface, the whole resting on cabriole legs. The interior with ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. In rosewood with gilt bronze mounts. Paris, circa 1880.
  • Very fine, Regence period Table De Cabaret à Jeux (game table) (Item 1007)
      In solid, carved walnut with elegantly shaped cabriole legs terminating in pied de biche, gilt, tooled, and embossed leather top, four drawers (one per side), and pull-out drink holders at each corner. Circa 1715-1727.
  • Fine, Louis XV style tric-trac table (Item 979)
      In solid, carved walnut having cabriole legs ending in pied de biche (deer feet) and reversable top, one side (shown) with marquetry inlaid board for checkers, the other in green felt suitable for card playing. Removing the top reveals an inset, marquetry-inlaid backgammon board. The whole delicately carved. Late 18th or early 19th century from Nimes, France.
  • Fine, French, Napoleon III period, black lacquer, gilt bronze, and incised gilt brass table a jeu (game table) (Item 813)
      Opens to reveal original felt playing surface. Circa 1860.

      Provenance: estate of Mexican film star Maria Felix.
  • Parisian, Louis XV period table a jeu (Item 757)
      In kingwood, ebony, and ivory veneers with cabriole legs terminating in gilt-bronze sabot feet. Opens to reveal a green felt poker surface. Mid-18th century.
  • French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table (Item 775)
      In mahogany with mahogany, pearwood, and ebony veneers. Top chess/checkers surface reverses to reveal leather writing surface. Inside reveals inlaid backgammon surface. With drawers at each side to hold gaming pieces. Late 18th or early 19th century.
  • Renaissance style extending game table ("table a jeu") (Item 398)
      In solid walnut with casters and multiple inlaid playing surfaces for backgammon, checkers, chess, and a roulette wheel. 19th century from Paris.
  • Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table (Item 759)
      In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers with brass trim. Gold-embossed leather writing surface reverses to reveal felt card-playing surface. Inside reveals original ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. Tapered, fluted legs ending in brass casters. Two drawers hold matching white and green-tinted ivory playing pieces. Late 18th century.

Refectory/Library Tables


Vanity Tables


Writing Tables


Tapestries


  • French, Louis XV style firescreen (Item 998)
      In solid, carved giltwood inset with Beauvais tapestry panel. Mid-19th century.
  • Fine, French, Neoclassical style firescreen (Item 994)
      In solid, carved giltwood with original inset needlepoint tapestry. First quarter of the 19th century.

      Provenance: Formerly part of the furnishings of the Chateau St. Laurent en Isore. Grenoble, France.

      La Famille Terray.
  • Napoleon III wool carpet gros point (Item 930)
      In dark red and beige, decorated with garlands of flowers and oval center medaillon. Fabric lined. Circa 1850.

Trunks, Cassone, Caixa & Coffres


Art Deco & Art Nouveau


Baroque


Biedermeier


Charles X


Directoire


Empire


George III


Henry II


  • French, Henry II style library/bookcase (Item 47)
      Having two glass paneled doors that open to a large storage space fitted with three adjustable shelves above a single drawer across the bottom.

Louis XIV


Louis XV


Rococo


Louis XVI


Regence


Renaissance


  • Late 15th century, French, Gothic period coffre (Item 1064)
      In solid, carved oak. The front composed of three panels carved in Gothic architectural style with arches, ribs, rosettes, and columns; the two side doors carved with large "linen folds"; having two inside shelves.

      In very good condition with excellent patina; circa 1480 with some 19th century modifications.
  • Italian Renaissance Credenza (Item 1080)
      In solid, carved walnut, the rectangular top above a conforming case with a breakfronted dentil molded edge, above two molded frieze drawers centered and flanked by putti heads over a pair of paneled doors centered by rayed ovals within with scroll carved border between stiles carved with standing putto figures and pendent foliage, raised on a conforming plinth.

      Mid-16th century.

      Provenance:
      • Raoul Tolentino, New York, 1926
      • Sold, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, May 2, 1957, lot 185, illus.
      • By descent to the present owner
      A credenza with almost identical carving to the door panels formerly in the Kaiser Freidrich Museum, now the Bode Museum, is illustrated, Frida Schottmüller, Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance, New York: B. Westermann Co., 2nd rev. ed., 1928, p. 91, fig. 217.
  • Rare, Florentine, Renaissance period refectory table (Item 763)
      In solid, carved black walnut. The top of two planks, both supporting elements styled as caryatids on both sides and joined by a stretcher, the whole resting upon claw feet. Late 16th century.
  • Spanish, Renaissance period walnut caixa (Item 945)
      The rectangular moulded top above carved panels depicting shell-headed flowering urn flanked by acanthus and divided by scrolled pilasters, the sides carved conformingly, with moulded plinth and scrolled feet, the feet replaced. Late 16th or early 17th century.
  • Exceptional, Florentine, Renaissance period cassone (Item 1075)
      In solid, carved walnut. Mid-16th century.
  • Fine, Italian, Renaissance period marriage cassone (Item 1029)
      The case in solid oak with punched leather, iron mounts, and domed top. Bearing the coats of arms of the Visconti and Pallavicino families. 16th century.
  • Late Renaissance, Spanish credenzia table (Item 990)
      Late 16th or early 17th century in solid, carved walnut on all four sides with two drawers and wrought iron stretcher (restored).
  • Fine, Florentine, Renaissance period credenzia (Item 955)
      In solid, carved walnut. Early 17th century.
  • Italian, Renaissance period, walnut refectory table (Item 819)
      In solid, carved walnut. Suitable for use as a large desk. 16th century with restorations.
  • Florentine, Renaissance period, intarsia-inlaid cassone (Item 623)
      In solid, carved walnut with dome top. Late 16th or early 17th century.
  • Florentine, Renaissance period cassone (Item 678)
      In solid, carved walnut. 16th century.
  • Renaissance style extending game table ("table a jeu") (Item 398)
      In solid walnut with casters and multiple inlaid playing surfaces for backgammon, checkers, chess, and a roulette wheel. 19th century from Paris.
  • Tuscan, Renaissance period cassone (Item 664)
      In solid, carved walnut. 16th century.

Restauration


Transition Louis XV-XVI


Austrian


English


French


Country French


French Formal


Italian


Spanish


Antiquities


Egyptian Antiquities


Roman Antiquities


15th century


  • Late 15th century, French, Gothic period coffre (Item 1064)
      In solid, carved oak. The front composed of three panels carved in Gothic architectural style with arches, ribs, rosettes, and columns; the two side doors carved with large "linen folds"; having two inside shelves.

      In very good condition with excellent patina; circa 1480 with some 19th century modifications.

16th century


  • Italian Renaissance Credenza (Item 1080)
      In solid, carved walnut, the rectangular top above a conforming case with a breakfronted dentil molded edge, above two molded frieze drawers centered and flanked by putti heads over a pair of paneled doors centered by rayed ovals within with scroll carved border between stiles carved with standing putto figures and pendent foliage, raised on a conforming plinth.

      Mid-16th century.

      Provenance:
      • Raoul Tolentino, New York, 1926
      • Sold, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, May 2, 1957, lot 185, illus.
      • By descent to the present owner
      A credenza with almost identical carving to the door panels formerly in the Kaiser Freidrich Museum, now the Bode Museum, is illustrated, Frida Schottmüller, Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance, New York: B. Westermann Co., 2nd rev. ed., 1928, p. 91, fig. 217.
  • Rare, Florentine, Renaissance period refectory table (Item 763)
      In solid, carved black walnut. The top of two planks, both supporting elements styled as caryatids on both sides and joined by a stretcher, the whole resting upon claw feet. Late 16th century.
  • Spanish, Renaissance period walnut caixa (Item 945)
      The rectangular moulded top above carved panels depicting shell-headed flowering urn flanked by acanthus and divided by scrolled pilasters, the sides carved conformingly, with moulded plinth and scrolled feet, the feet replaced. Late 16th or early 17th century.
  • Exceptional, Florentine, Renaissance period cassone (Item 1075)
      In solid, carved walnut. Mid-16th century.
  • Fine, Italian, Renaissance period marriage cassone (Item 1029)
      The case in solid oak with punched leather, iron mounts, and domed top. Bearing the coats of arms of the Visconti and Pallavicino families. 16th century.
  • Late Renaissance, Spanish credenzia table (Item 990)
      Late 16th or early 17th century in solid, carved walnut on all four sides with two drawers and wrought iron stretcher (restored).
  • Italian, Renaissance period, walnut refectory table (Item 819)
      In solid, carved walnut. Suitable for use as a large desk. 16th century with restorations.
  • Rare, Northern European, Gothic period refectory table (Item 811)
      In solid, carved oak. Circa 1525-1550.
  • Florentine, Renaissance period, intarsia-inlaid cassone (Item 623)
      In solid, carved walnut with dome top. Late 16th or early 17th century.
  • Florentine, Renaissance period cassone (Item 678)
      In solid, carved walnut. 16th century.
  • Tuscan, Renaissance period cassone (Item 664)
      In solid, carved walnut. 16th century.

17th century


18th century


19th century


20th century


Chinoiserie


Gilded


Painted


Marquetry


Parquetry


Beech


Burl


Cane/Rush


Cherry


Elm


Elm Burl


Elm Veneer


Solid Elm


Mahogany


Flame Mahogany


Mahogany Veneer


  • Exceptional, French, Neoclassical period commode (Item 1065)
      Of demi-lune form having acajou moucheté (plum pudding mahogany) veneers and original hand-beveled marble top; having three central drawers, each one framed with bronze ornament and two functioning side compartments with hinged doors. Circa 1780.

      Stamped F. REIZELL twice to top and G. KEMP once to top.

      François Reizell was a German ébéniste who established his workshop on the faubourg Saint-Antoine. In 1770 he moved to the rue des Saints-Pères. His principal client was the prince de Condé for whom he supplied pieces at the Palais Bourbon and for the country houses at Chantilly and Villegenis.

      Guillaume Kemp, maître in 1764.
  • Very fine French, Neoclassical style, brass-mounted bureau plat (Item 937)
      In solid mahogany with flame mahogany veneers, tapered, fluted legs terminating above elegant brass mounts, original hand-tooled leather, five drawers, and tirets (pull-out surfaces) on both sides. Circa 1830.
  • Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, brass mounted console desserte (Item 927)
      In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers. Of demi-lune form with three functioning drawers and original hardware. Circa 1780. Stamped "E. AVRIL JME".

      (Etienne Avril, Master 1774, was a principle supplier of furniture to Marie Antoinette at the Château de Saint-Cloud.)
  • Very fine, French, Louis XVI style, brass-mounted, dining table (Item 858)
      The oval top with three extensions above an apron raised on six fluted, tapering legs terminating in brass casters. In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers. Early to mid-19th century.
  • Very fine, Spanish, Neoclassical, flame mahogany and parcel-gilt coiffeuse (Item 824)
      Circa 1820.

      Provenance: Collection d' Ariane Dandois.
  • Restauration period, extending dining table (Item 638)
      In solid mahogany and flame mahogany veneer with fluted, tapering legs above castors. Early 19th century.
  • French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table (Item 775)
      In mahogany with mahogany, pearwood, and ebony veneers. Top chess/checkers surface reverses to reveal leather writing surface. Inside reveals inlaid backgammon surface. With drawers at each side to hold gaming pieces. Late 18th or early 19th century.
  • Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table (Item 759)
      In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers with brass trim. Gold-embossed leather writing surface reverses to reveal felt card-playing surface. Inside reveals original ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. Tapered, fluted legs ending in brass casters. Two drawers hold matching white and green-tinted ivory playing pieces. Late 18th century.
  • French, Transition Louis XV-XVI writing desk (Item 20)
      Pearwood, mahogany, ebony, and rosewood parquetry. Single drawer, brass-banded edge, finished back. Circa 1780's.

Solid Mahogany


Oak


Walnut


Black Walnut


Solid Walnut


Walnut Burl


Walnut Veneer