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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
Romanesque Double Cloister Capital
Item No. 1096
Romanesque Double Cloister Capital

In veined white marble, carved with foliage, having a face framed by hands at each of the four corners, the whole resting upon two large goat hooves; some wear. Southern France; 13th Century.

18½" high by 22" wide by 14½" deep
Very fine, Genoese, Rococo period console table
Item No. 933
Very fine, Genoese, Rococo period console table

In solid, elaborately carved giltwood with Serravezza marble top, pierced skirt centered by a Rococo foliate ornament, complex volute floral and foliate-carved cabriole legs, and arched foliate stretcher. Mid-18th century.

Provenance: Formerly part of the furnishings at The Audubon House, Key West, FL; previously on exhibition at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, FL.

47" wide by 33" high by 23" deep
Very fine, English Regency period, rosewood and brass-inlaid center table
Item No. 892
Very fine, English Regency period, rosewood and brass-inlaid center table

With original tilt-top mechanism, giltwood acanthus leaf and faux rosewood grain stem, and unusual square plinth (base) resting upon four bronze winged claw feet. Attributed to George Smith, circa 1805-1810.
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, Rococo period, walnut console
Item No. 838
Italian, Rococo period, walnut console

With wooden top painted to resemble marble and legs terminating in pied de sabots. From Naples. Mid-18th century.

60" wide by 35" high by 26½" 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)
French, Louis XV period cartel d'alcove
Item No. 1093
French, Louis XV period cartel d'alcove

Mercury-gilded of Rocaille form. Paris, circa 1750.

24" tall by 16" wide
Spanish, Art Nouveau period vitrine
Item No. 1092
Spanish, Art Nouveau period vitrine

In solid, carved mahogany with Mucha inspired, reverse-painted glass door; having original, beveled, curved glass and three interior shelves. Circa 1905-1910.

76" tall by 37" wide by 19" deep
Italian, Baroque period, painted slant-front desk
Item No. 972
Italian, Baroque period, painted slant-front desk

Crème painted in scrolled arabesque forms with green, red, and black accents. With two drawers above fall-front lid, which opens to reveal four interior drawers and writing surface. Circa 1700.

43" high by 52½" wide by 24½" deep
French, Louis XV period duchesse en bateau (chaise longue)
Item No. 1091
French, Louis XV period duchesse en bateau (chaise longue)

Crème painted, lacquered, and parcel gilded, carved with flowers and foliage and resting upon six cabriole legs. With cream silk upholstery. 18th century

Stamped P.FORGET Maître le 25 Septembre 1755
(Pierre FORGET, Master, September 25, 1755)
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
French, Restauration period mantle clock
Item No. 1082
French, Restauration period mantle clock

Of large scale, in gilt and patinated bronze; Flora, a minor Roman goddess of spring, flowering crops, and sex sits atop the whole, her foot resting upon a seashell as she holds a cornucopia in one hand and an olive branch in the other; the base chased with a frieze of infant musicians.

Circa 1814-1822.

25½" high by 16½" wide
Large Mid-Century Modern Sofa
Item No. 1088
Large Mid-Century Modern Sofa

In two parts. Upholstered in muted, white, geometric floral pattern.
French, Louis XIV period marquetry commode of small dimensions
Item No. 1087
French, Louis XIV period marquetry commode of small dimensions

In rosewood having three drawers and original Brèche de Médicis marble. From Paris, France. Late 17th century.

32¼" high by 34¼" wide by 20¾" deep
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)
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

Ornamented with Neoclassical elements including acanthus leaves, acorns, vines, pateraes, resting upon four tapered and fluted legs. With later conforming rose marble tops with beveled edges. Florence, Italy. Circa 1785.

35¾" high by 49¾" wide by 25½" 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)



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