Antique Chairs

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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
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
Pair of exceptional Louis XVI period carved and parcel-gilt fauteuils
Item No. 1147
Pair of exceptional Louis XVI period carved and parcel-gilt fauteuils

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
Pair of French, Louis XV style canapés
Item No. 1128
Pair of French, Louis XV style canapés

In solid, carved giltwood. One of the period (mid-18th century), the other later (19th century). Each having six legs elegantly carved with shells, acanthus leaves, and pomegranates.

Created for le Château de Dampierre, a castle in Dampierre-en-Yvelines, in the Vallée de Chevreuse, France.

45" wide by 35" high
Set of five French, Louis XV period fauteuils à la reine
Item No. 1103
Set of five French, Louis XV period fauteuils à la reine

In solid, carved walnut.

Attributed to Pierre Nogaret, (1718-1771), recognized as a master chairmaker in Lyon, June 1745. 18th century.

26½" wide by 38½" high by 23½" deep
English, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante
Item No. 803
English, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante

In solid, carved giltwood. Of serpentine form with four seats, the whole resting upon casters. Circa 1825.

58" diameter by 38" high
French, Louis XV period bergere
Item No. 1094
French, Louis XV period bergere

In solid, carved walnut. Circa 1750.

Stamped "E. MEUNIER" (Etienne Meunier)
Assembled set of seven, Austrian, Biedermeier dining chairs
Item No. 1086
Assembled set of seven, Austrian, Biedermeier dining chairs

In solid, carved walnut with fan backs and matching green upholstery. From Vienna, First Biedermeier period, circa 1815.

37" high by 19" wide by 20" deep (with small variations between chairs)
Set of eight, very fine Northern Italian, painted and parcel-gilded dining chairs
Item No. 806
Set of eight, very fine Northern Italian, painted and parcel-gilded dining chairs

Late 18th century.

20" wide by 20" deep by 18" high (at seat) 38" high (at back)
Pair of very fine Neoclassical period fauteuils of large dimension
Item No. 922
Pair of very fine Neoclassical period fauteuils of large dimension

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1780. Stamped "P H Poire JME" (Philippe Poirié, who was named Maître Ébéniste in 1765).

Poirié produced seating in the Louis XV and Louis XVI styles. While his Louis XV items were considered ordinary, his Louis XVI production was considered brilliant. His works are displayed in the Musee du Louvre, Musee de Beauvais, and Musee de Cognac-Jay.



40" high by 27½" wide by 22½" deep
Pair of fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel gilded fauteuils
Item No. 1066
Pair of fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel gilded fauteuils

Of large dimensions with rounded backs draped with acanthus leaves, having Greek key apron and arms terminating in acanthus leaf carving; the front legs tapered and fluted, the rear legs of sabre form. Circa 1800.

41" high by 26" wide by 24" deep
Pair of Fine, French, Louis XV style, crème painted bergere
Item No. 1018
Pair of Fine, French, Louis XV style, crème painted bergere

Late 19th century.

25¾" wide by 35½" high by 24" deep
Very fine pair of French, Regence style marquises
Item No. 1017
Very fine pair of French, Regence style marquises

In solid, carved walnut with arched, upholstered paneled backs and seats, scroll arm supports, and cabriole legs joined by stretchers and terminating in pied de biche. 19th century.

47½" high by 37" wide by 24" deep (seat depth)
Set of ten Italian, neo-classical, cream painted and parcel gilt dining chairs
Item No. 709
Set of ten Italian, neo-classical, cream painted and parcel gilt dining chairs

Circa 1780, two side chairs of a later date.

armchair 22" wide by 34¾" high (at back) by 24" deep
Pair of French, Louis XV style, painted fauteuils
Item No. 1016
Pair of French, Louis XV style, painted fauteuils

Highly carved with floral motifs resting upon elegantly shaped cabriole legs. Of large dimensions. 19th century.

41" high by 27" wide
Fine, French, Regence period, canapé
Item No. 1012
Fine, French, Regence period, canapé

In solid, carved walnut with cabriole legs terminating in pied de sabots. Covered in silk damask. Early 18th century.

Provenance: Formerly part of the furnishings of the Chateau Viticole du Carcassone.
Very fine, Venetian, Rococo period salon
Item No. 1001
Very fine, Venetian, Rococo period salon

Comprised of two fauteuils and matching canapé. In solid, carved walnut with Savonnerie tapestry. Mid-18th century.
Pair of fine, Louis XVI style, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils
Item No. 1000
Pair of fine, Louis XVI style, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils

Late 19th or early 20th century.

41" high (at back) 17" high (at seat) by 24" wide by 20" deep



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