Louis XVI Antique Furniture

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Fine, French, Louis XVI style chandelier
Item No. 1009
Fine, French, Louis XVI style chandelier

In bronze d'ore with six arms. Circa 1860-1870.
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
French, Neoclassical style bouillote table
Item No. 995
French, Neoclassical style bouillote table

In mahogany with brass banding and gilt brass pierced gallery. Late 19th century.
Fine, French, Neoclassical style firescreen
Item No. 994
Fine, French, Neoclassical style firescreen

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.

42½" tall by 26" wide by 13" deep
Rare, French, Louis XVI period secrétaire à abattant
Item No. 975
Rare, French, Louis XVI period secrétaire à abattant

Marquetry-inlaid with musical trophies, urns, and floral bouquets. Circa 1780.

Stamped "G. Kemp." (Guillaume Kemp - active 1757–86, master 1764).
Very fine, Italian, Neoclassical period mirror
Item No. 964
Very fine, Italian, Neoclassical period mirror

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1780.

71½" tall by 37½" wide
Very fine and Rare French, Louis XVI period console
Item No. 963
Very fine and Rare French, Louis XVI period console

In solid, carved giltwood having four tapered, fluted legs; adorned with garlands, bows, and rosettes; with original marble top and giltwood surface. Circa 1780. Stamped PILLOT.

47¼" wide by 35" high by 23½" deep
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)
Item No. 952
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)

Double face (two-sided) of arbalette form in solid, carved walnut with one large drawer on the front. In the manner of Pierre Pillot, Nimes. Circa 1760.

36" high by 53½" long by 28" wide
Very fine French, Neoclassical style, brass-mounted bureau plat
Item No. 937
Very fine French, Neoclassical style, brass-mounted bureau plat

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.

64" wide (94" wide with both tirets extended) by 31" deep by 30" high
Large, Italian, Louis XVI period carved console
Item No. 931
Large, Italian, Louis XVI period carved console

From Torino with medallions, garlands, and acanthus leaves carved in solid linden wood. Original blue, gray, and beige Brocatello marble top. Circa 1780
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, brass mounted console desserte
Item No. 927
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, brass mounted console desserte

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.)

58" wide by 35" high by 18" deep
Very fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commode
Item No. 825
Very fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commode

In walnut. Circa 1785.

50" wide by 24½" deep by 35½" high
Set of ten French, Louis XVI style, giltwood, lyre-back dining chairs
Item No. 684
Set of ten French, Louis XVI style, giltwood, lyre-back dining chairs

Newly upholstered. 19th century.

18" wide by 18" deep by 18½" high (at the seat) and 37" high (at the back)
Very Fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commode
Item No. 914
Very Fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commode

Milan, Circa 1780, school of Giuseppe Maggiolini, with possibly later beige marble top.

50" wide by 36" high by 24" deep
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

Circa 1785.

35¾" high by 49¾" wide by 25½" deep
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period canapé
Item No. 123
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period canapé

With original painted surface. Stamped "Pillot." Circa 1780.

81" long by 26" deep by 40" high (at back)
Italian, Neoclassical, parcel gilt and painted settee
Item No. 905
Italian, Neoclassical, parcel gilt and painted settee

The rectangular slightly scrolled upholstered back with leaf carved rounded arms on tapering columnar supports over a leaf and arrow carved seat raised on square tapering fluted legs. Late 18th century

36" high (at back) by 77" wide by 23" deep
Pair of very fine, rare, late Louis XVI polychrome decorated doors within a door surround
Item No. 897
Pair of very fine, rare, late Louis XVI polychrome decorated doors within a door surround

The pair of paneled doors decorated with antheniennes on pedestals surrounded by polychrome Vitruvian scrolled vines and feathers within a carved egg and dart and bead carved frame; the overdoor panel with similar decoration within a grapevine carved door surround with a scrolled leaf border. Probably Provence. Late 18th century.

overall: 138" high by 95" wide by 23" deep:

doors: 52" wide by 101" high
Very  fine, French, Louis XVI style, brass-mounted, dining table
Item No. 858
Very fine, French, Louis XVI style, brass-mounted, dining table

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.

29¼" high by 38" deep by 48½" long (closed), 110" long (fully extended)
Italian, Neoclassical, crème painted and parcel-gilt settee
Item No. 616
Italian, Neoclassical, crème painted and parcel-gilt settee

Late 18th or early 19th century. Rome or Naples.

63¼" wide by 37" high (at back) by 24" deep.



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