Louis XVI Antique Furniture

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Pair of Italian, Neoclassical period Torcheres
Item No. 1163
Pair of Italian, Neoclassical period Torcheres

Painted and parcel-gilded adorned with acanthus leaves, ram's heads, pateraes, and garlands, resting upon claw feet. Circa 1810-1815.

64" high by 13" diameter
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 style, gilt-bronze Bouillotte lamp
Item No. 1159
French, Louis XVI style, gilt-bronze Bouillotte lamp

Having three lights with ram's head motif and pierced base. Circa 1900.

30½" high by 18" diameter
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
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, Neoclassical style lamp
Item No. 1153
French, Neoclassical style lamp

In gilt bronze and patinated bronze with a winged putto (cherub) holding two candelabra above a square plinth base elaborately cast in bronze d'ore.

Attributed to Henri Picard, who was established in Paris, 6 rue Jarente from 1831 to 1839 and then 10 rue de la Perle from 1840 to 1864. Picard worked on Emperor Napoleon III’s apartments at the Louvre Palace.

Second half of the 19th century.


23" high by 13" diameter
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 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
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 XVI style, gilt bronze and alabaster mantle clock
Item No. 1139
French, Louis XVI style, gilt bronze and alabaster mantle clock

Delicately cast bronze, crowned with two seated cherubim, one holding grapes and the other a triangle; the clock's face surmounted by a Bacchic mask, flanked by ram's heads and ornamental, flowering trees; the whole mercury gilded and liberally adorned with acanthus leaves and resting upon an alabaster base and highly stylized, toupee feet.

First half of the 19th century.

13" wide by 14" high
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 1750.

50" wide by 34" high by 26" deep
French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune, marquetry-inlaid commode
Item No. 1116
French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune, marquetry-inlaid commode

In rosewood and amaranth having three central drawers with two side compartments. With original red marble top from Flanders (modern-day Belgium). Late 18th century.

Stamped E.AVRIL Maître en 1774 (Etienne Avril, master in 1774)
Italian, neoclassical style, alabaster pedestal
Item No. 1114
Italian, neoclassical style, alabaster pedestal

19th century.
Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry inlaid bureau plat
Item No. 1109
Northern Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry inlaid bureau plat

In walnut, rosewood, and boxwood having marquetry inlay on all four sides and top. The top and sides centered by decorative urns, the front having five drawers and a pull-out writing surface.

Milan, circa 1780.

52" wide
Louis XVI-style Mahogany and Brass-inlaid Game Table
Item No. 1098
Louis XVI-style Mahogany and Brass-inlaid Game Table

With removable rectangular top above hinged surface opening to reveal slide-out baize game board surface with French inscriptions and hidden well with miniature roulette wheel and compartments with dominoes and game pieces, all of which remove for backgammon surface below, on turned and reeded supports with caster feet.

Brass inlaid is lifting and needs securing on top. Removable top opens to baize surface, some light abrasions and surface grime, interior underneath with game piece compartments and wheel which have minor nicks, light abrasions. Legs have repairs, one appears a bit wobbly. Has some game pieces, probably not complete.

20th century.

closed: 29½" wide by 35" deep by 20" wide; Open: 33¼" wide by 29¼" deep
French, Neoclassical style, bronze d'ore gueridon (end table)
Item No. 1097
French, Neoclassical style, bronze d'ore gueridon (end table)

With painted marble top, the design inspired by the original paintings of François Boucher, with tripod base centered by an urn. 19th century.

28" high by 18" diameter
French, Louis XVI style bronze d'ore chandelier
Item No. 1095
French, Louis XVI style bronze d'ore chandelier

Having six arms extending from a central stem ornamented with flowers, the whole surmounted by a crown. 19th century.

29½" high (45" with chain) by 18" diameter
Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commodini
Item No. 1089
Italian, Neoclassical period, marquetry-inlaid commodini

Having two drawers with original, gray-veined Carrara marble top. Adorned with musical instruments framed with foliage and floral motifs. Piemont, Italy. Circa 1780.

20½" wide by 34½" high by 13" deep
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)
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

56" wide by 25½" deep by 35" high



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