Miscellaneous Antiques

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Pair of second-century style, limestone trapezophorum
Item No. 1083
Pair of second-century style, limestone trapezophorum

In solid, carved limestone depicting horned lions. Trapezophorum were used as pedestals and supports for tables and benches. 19th century, Rome.

19" high by 8" wide by 8½" deep
Egyptian polychrome and giltwood mummy mask
Item No. 1022
Egyptian polychrome and giltwood mummy mask

Ptolemaic to early Roman period (circa 332 b.c.-641 a.d.). On custom acrylic stand. Some losses and breaks, stabilized with metal brackets to reverse.

14½" high by 15½" wide by 5" deep (mask only)
French globe of large dimensions on ebonized and gilded metal stand
Item No. 818
French globe of large dimensions on ebonized and gilded metal stand

Late 19th or early 20th century.

37" high by 34" diameter
Set of four, very fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, grey-painted and giltwood boiserie panels of large dimensions
Item No. 875
Set of four, very fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, grey-painted and giltwood boiserie panels of large dimensions

The panels circa 1800, the later frames mid-19th century. Each one painted with classical figures: Minerva, Apollo, Bacchus, and Diana. The frames inscribed "SALONE BALLO."

large pair: 76" high by 62¼" wide; small pair 74½" high by 62½" wide
Very fine, Italian, sculpted marble fountain base of large dimensions
Item No. 859
Very fine, Italian, sculpted marble fountain base of large dimensions

Sculpted in solid Carrara marble as a large shell supported by a child satyr and a putto upon a naturalistic base with integral foliate and shell-carved circular base. Circa 1850.

Provenance: From the estate of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Naide, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. By repute, acquired from the Philadelphia home of Pearl S. Buck.

47" high by 41" diameter
Pair of French, Neoclassical style Jardinières
Item No. 1048
Pair of French, Neoclassical style Jardinières

In sculpted terra cotta. 19th century.

37½" long by 8½" deep by 10" high
French, Directoire style paravent
Item No. 1046
French, Directoire style paravent

Oil on canvas. Late 19th century.

74" wide by 65" tall
Set of fine, English Regency period library steps
Item No. 1039
Set of fine, English Regency period library steps

In solid mahogany, each step with gilt, embossed leather inset. Circa 1820.
Important Roman statue ('acéphale de péplophore') of large dimensions
Item No. 1023
Important Roman statue ("acéphale de péplophore") of large dimensions

Sculpted in white marble. Second century A.D.

47½" tall by 21½" wide by 11" deep
French, Louis XV period verrio (display cabinet)
Item No. 1004
French, Louis XV period verrio (display cabinet)

In solid, carved walnut. Second half of the 18th century.

52" high by 27" wide
Fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded coiffeuse
Item No. 873
Fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded coiffeuse

In sculpted and blue-painted wood with gold accents, the lower part of arbalette form with a single, central drawer, top in faux marble, the legs of cabriole form; the upper part having a mirror with original mercury glass supported by two arms; the whole being of curvilinear form with a floral and shell motif. Circa 1850.

60½" high by 39" wide by 18" deep
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
Napoleon III wool carpet gros point
Item No. 930
Napoleon III wool carpet gros point

In dark red and beige, decorated with garlands of flowers and oval center medaillon. Fabric lined. Circa 1850.

118" long by 90½" wide
Decorative full armor with shield in the 16th century style
Item No. 916
Decorative full armor with shield in the 16th century style

The armour etched throughout with scrollwork inhabited by mythical birds, the breast plate with a central crowned eagle 'crest', the shield etched en suite with a central cartouche of St. George and the dragon. European, late 19th century.

Provenance:: by repute, William Randolph Hearst.

70¼" tall
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 and rare, French Louis XV period, painted and parcel gilded trumeau
Item No. 856
Very fine and rare, French Louis XV period, painted and parcel gilded trumeau

With original mercury glass, original giltwood surface, and original painting. Mid-18th century.

100" tall by 50" wide
Set of four plaster corbels
Item No. 853
Set of four plaster corbels

Cast as praying angels. 19th century.

each 30" tall
Very fine, Spanish, Neoclassical, flame mahogany and parcel-gilt coiffeuse
Item No. 824
Very fine, Spanish, Neoclassical, flame mahogany and parcel-gilt coiffeuse

The whole resting upon four acanthus-leaf decorated feet; the upper compartment with looking glass of large dimensions between two Corinthian columns resting upon a single drawer; The lower compartment having three drawers, with the top drawer opening to reveal a writing compartment; Circa 1820.

Provenance: Collection d' Ariane Dandois.

82" high by 34¾" wide by 20¼" deep
Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante
Item No. 803
Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante

Four seats. Circa 1825.
French, Regence period bureau en pente
Item No. 667
French, Regence period bureau en pente

Early 18th century and later. In solid, carved oak with legs terminating in "pied de sabots."

38" high by 27" wide by 24" deep



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