Antique Painted Furniture

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These Antique Painted Furniture have been sold. We leave select sold items in our gallery to show the kind of pieces we can locate. Please do not hesitate to inquire if you would like us to find something like any of these for you!

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Pair of fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded pique cierges (candlesticks)
Item No. 1006
Pair of fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded pique cierges (candlesticks)

Last quarter of the 18th century.

39" tall by 9" diameter
Fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded, diminutive console table
Item No. 913
Fine, Italian, Neoclassical period, painted and parcel-gilded, diminutive console table

With Carrera marble top. Circa 1780.

34" wide by 31" high by 13" deep
French, Louis XVI style tri-fold, full-length mirror
Item No. 798
French, Louis XVI style tri-fold, full-length mirror

Each side panel with attached console table, having hinged top. Center mirrored panel beneath trumeau depicting cherubs at play. 19th century.

93" high, center panel 25" wide, each side panel 20" wide, 12" deep (console tables)
Fine, Swedish, Neoclassical period, verre églomisé mirror
Item No. 976
Fine, Swedish, Neoclassical period, verre églomisé mirror

Painted and parcel gilded with Corinthian columns. Early 19th century.
Pair of fine, Italian Maiolica Jars
Item No. 956
Pair of fine, Italian Maiolica Jars

Each of globular form, painted with flowers and foliage. 17th century.

14½" tall
Set of four fine, German, Belle Époque period painted panels
Item No. 943
Set of four fine, German, Belle Époque period painted panels

Depicting the four seasons. The reverse of three panels stenciled […] A. Schutzman MUNCHEN, within paw-footed giltwood frames. Circa 1880.

Each panel is 84" tall by 21½" wide
Very fine, French Provençal, Louis XV-inspired 'table de boucher' (butcher's table)
Item No. 907
Very fine, French Provençal, Louis XV-inspired "table de boucher" (butcher's table)

With pierced iron gallery, casters, brass turnings, and carrera marble top. In original, unrestored condition. Early 19th century.

46" wide by 28" deep by 31" high
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 French, Jacob period, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils
Item No. 720
Pair of French, Jacob period, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils

One of identical pair shown.

Stamped "Jacob Freres Rue Meslee." Circa 1800.

Provenance: Collection of Old Versailles
New York, New York.

35½" high (at back) 18" high (at seat) by 22" deep by 21½" wide
Pair of fine, Venetian, Rococo period, painted and parcel-gilded mirrors
Item No. 882
Pair of fine, Venetian, Rococo period, painted and parcel-gilded mirrors

Mid-18th century.

43¼" tall by 29½" wide
Italian, Baroque period, polychrome credenzia
Item No. 855
Italian, Baroque period, polychrome credenzia

With top painted to resemble marble found in Sienna. Early 18th century.

57" wide by 21" deep by 44½" high
Fine, Venetian, Louis XV style, polychrome coiffeuse (vanity)
Item No. 854
Fine, Venetian, Louis XV style, polychrome coiffeuse (vanity)

Late 19th century.
Edwardian, painted satinwood small sideboard
Item No. 846
Edwardian, painted satinwood small sideboard

The top of serpentine outline painted with a musical trophy and floral garlands above a center drawer fitted for cutlery, flanked by a cupboard door and a deep drawer all painted with garlands and trophies, raised on square tapered legs ending in spade feet painted with bell flower trails. First quarter of the 20th century.

36" high by 53½" wide by 25½" deep
Very fine, George III period, chinoiserie paravent (folding screen)
Item No. 833
Very fine, George III period, chinoiserie paravent (folding screen)

In black lacquer with gilt bronze trim and painted and parcel-gilded scenes. Late 18th century.
Very fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical, painted and parcel-gilt overmantel mirror
Item No. 801
Very fine, Northern Italian, Neoclassical, painted and parcel-gilt overmantel mirror

With original mercury glass. Late 18th century.

61¼" high by 56" wide
Fine set of eight George III, satinwood and painted dining chairs
Item No. 814
Fine set of eight George III, satinwood and painted dining chairs

Comprised of two armchairs and six sidechairs, each with a shield shaped backrest, the splat painted with a flower filled urn, surrounded by foliate trails, above a padded seat, the rails painted with drapery, raised on square tapered legs. Possibly by Seddon, Sons, and Shackleton. Circa 1790.

Provenance: Frank Partridge, Esq.

36½" high by 19¾" wide
Pair of large, Italian, Faience, chargers
Item No. 707
Pair of large, Italian, Faience, chargers

Each decorated with figural scenes after old master paintings. 19th century.

24½" diameter
Pair of fine, Italian Majolica, bottle-neck vases
Item No. 795
Pair of fine, Italian Majolica, bottle-neck vases

With satyr masks, each hand-painted with scenes of neoclassical figures. Mid-19th century.

14" high by 13" wide by 8" deep
Set of Twelve fine, Venetian, painted and parcel gilded, tall-back dining chairs
Item No. 787
Set of Twelve fine, Venetian, painted and parcel gilded, tall-back dining chairs

Comprising ten side chairs and two fauteuils. Scalloped and carved on all four sides. Fourth quarter of the 19th century

side chairs are 21" wide by 20" deep by 18" high (at seat) and 43" high (at back); armchairs are 28" wide by 23" deep by 19" high (at seat) and 43" high (at back)
Pair of Greco-Roman, porcelain urns
Item No. 316
Pair of Greco-Roman, porcelain urns

With hand-painted portraits over gold leaf medallions surrounded by scrolling acanthus leaves. 19th century.

13½" tall, 7½" diameter (widest point)



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