French Formal Antique Furniture

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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"
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
Very fine, Louis XVI style marquise
Item No. 966
Very fine, Louis XVI style marquise

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1850.

38¼" high (at back) by 34½" wide
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, 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, French, Louis XVI style bed
Item No. 947
Fine, French, Louis XVI style bed

Queen size, in solid mahogany with mahogany parquetry veneer and gilt bronze mounts. Circa 1880.

Provenance: From the Vanderbilt country estate.

63" wide by 80" long
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".
Rare, French Provencal coiffeuse perruquière (wig vanity)
Item No. 938
Rare, French Provencal coiffeuse perruquière (wig vanity)

In solid, carved walnut with three, hinged panels opening to reveal five interior compartments designed to store wigs, the center panel inset with a miror. First half of the 19th century.
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 Napoleon III period (Neoclassical style), gilt bronze and porcelain three arm sconces
Item No. 923
Pair of Napoleon III period (Neoclassical style), gilt bronze and porcelain three arm sconces

With porcelain medallion depicting a satyr and a woman holding a goat flanking an athenienne (a small, decorative, tripod stand characteristic of the French Neoclassical and Empire periods). Late 19th century.

22" tall by 10¼" wide by 7½" deep
Pair of fine, Neoclassical style, gilt bronze candelabra
Item No. 921
Pair of fine, Neoclassical style, gilt bronze candelabra

On marble bases, each with four lights. Hand chased detail. 19th century.

18" tall
Fine, French, Louis XV style bronze d'ore chandelier
Item No. 919
Fine, French, Louis XV style bronze d'ore chandelier

With rock crystal, amethyst, and cut glass. Circa 1850.

45" high by 32" diameter
Fine, French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period mirror
Item No. 918
Fine, French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood with original mercury glass, back boards, and largely original surface. Third quarter of the 18th century.

38" high by 25" wide
French, Regence period, carved, giltwood mirror
Item No. 510
French, Regence period, carved, giltwood mirror

Of Italian inspiration, circa 1710, with original glass and original surface.

81" high by 40" wide
Fine, French, Rocaille style table de milieu (center table)
Item No. 896
Fine, French, Rocaille style table de milieu (center table)

In solid walnut, carved on all four sides, with pierced apron on front and back, cabriole legs terminating in pied de sabots, and original rouge des Flandres marble top. Early 19th century.

33½" high by 48½" wide by 24¾" deep
Very Fine, French, Louis XV style bed of large dimension
Item No. 910
Very Fine, French, Louis XV style bed of large dimension

In tulupwood and kingwood with gilt bronze mounts. Late 19th century. Stamped "MILLET A. PARIS" (Jean Millet, french, active 1853-1918)

Headboard 69¾" high by 69" wide
Pair of very fine and rare Regence period chenets
Item No. 909
Pair of very fine and rare Regence period chenets

In gilt bronze with sphinxes. Circa 1720.
Pair of fine, Louis XV style marquise bergeres
Item No. 885
Pair of fine, Louis XV style marquise bergeres

In solid, carved beechwood with serpentine, floral carved crests, scrolled arms, ample seats with serpentine floral-carved rail, and cabriole legs. One of identical pair shown. 19th century.

42" wide by 40" tall by 25" deep



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