Antique Tables

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Catalan, Baroque period refectory table
Item No. 514
Catalan, Baroque period refectory table

In solid carved walnut with lyre-shaped legs and wrought-iron stretchers. Late 17th or early 18th century.

54" wide by 34" deep by 31" high
Italian, Louis XV period 'cartonnier'
Item No. 614
Italian, Louis XV period "cartonnier"

Crème painted with ebonized accents, having four leather drawers above the writing surface and separated by a display alcove (shown here with Item 316, Greco-Roman, porcelain urn). 18th century.

62" wide by 40" deep by 48" tall
Rare, French, Neoclassical, extension dining table
Item No. 598
Rare, French, Neoclassical, extension dining table

In solid Cuban mahogany, a wood that has been completely deforested. With tapered, fluted legs terminating in casters. Extends with original mechanism to twenty-three feet, seating for thirty people. Late 18th century from Ile de France (region of Paris).

29" high by 53" round with drop leaves up; extends up to 23' (276" wide)
Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table
Item No. 587
Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table

With ochre color marble top having a green border. Mid-18th century.

53" wide by 27" deep by 37" high
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table
Item No. 572
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table

With circular pie-crust top, shell-carved cabriole legs terminating in carved paw feet. 19th century.

32" tall by 27½" diameter
Flemish, Baroque period refectory table
Item No. 493
Flemish, Baroque period refectory table

In solid oak with draw leaves at both ends. First half of the 17th century.
Spanish refectory table
Item No. 309
Spanish refectory table

Catalan refectory table with characteristic lyre-shaped legs in carved walnut and forged iron stretcher. Late 17th or early 18th century. Extensive provenance available.

68½" wide by 29½" deep by 31" high
17th century, Spanish refectory table
Item No. 307
17th century, Spanish refectory table

Catalan refectory table with characteristic lyre-shaped legs in carved walnut and forged iron stretcher. The land is one solid walnut board.

52" long by 30" wide by 31" high
French, Transition Louis XV-XVI writing desk
Item No. 20
French, Transition Louis XV-XVI writing desk

Pearwood, mahogany, ebony, and rosewood parquetry. Single drawer, brass-banded edge, finished back. Circa 1780's.

40½" wide by 29¼" deep
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Italian, Baroque style, scagliola panel
Item No. 1129
Italian, Baroque style, scagliola panel

Decorated with flowers and foliage surrounded by an onyx border, the whole resting upon a modern, wrought iron base. Circa 1825-1830.
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
French, Regence period table de milieu
Item No. 1081
French, Regence period table de milieu

In solid, carved oak with original rouge griotte marble top; intricate foliate rinceaux carving on all sides; pierced apron centered by a large shell; the whole above four cabriole legs connected by entretoise (stretcher) decorated with acanthus leaves and centered with a sunflower (the symbol of Louis XIV, "The Sun King").

From L'ile de France, circa 1725.
Very fine, French, Art Nouveau period, trifold mirror with vanity
Item No. 982
Very fine, French, Art Nouveau period, trifold mirror with vanity

In solid, carved walnut. In the manner of Majorelle. Circa 1900.

85" tall by 56" wide by 20" deep.
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
Very fine, French, Louis XV period bureau dos d'ane
Item No. 968
Very fine, French, Louis XV period bureau dos d'ane

Of bombé form with floral marquetry inlay, resting upon four delicately shaped cabriole legs; having original gilded bronze mounts and fall-front lid that opens to reveal leather writing surface and four interior drawers. Stamped "L·BOUDIN". Mid-18th century.
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, French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune console table
Item No. 981
Fine, French, Louis XVI period, demi-lune console table

In solid, carved giltwood, having four, tapered, fluted legs joined by a stretcher centered with floral urn, the apron elegantly carved with bows and garlands, having a Carrera marble top. From Paris circa 1780.

45¼" wide by 33" high by 19" 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
Rare, French Provencal coiffeuse perruquière (wig vanity)
Item No. 938
Rare, French Provencal coiffeuse perruquière (wig vanity)

In solid, carved walnut with three, hinged panels opening to reveal five interior compartments designed to store wigs, the center panel inset with a miror. First half of the 19th century.
French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table
Item No. 718
French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table

In solid, carved mahogany with flame mahogany veneer, gilt bronze trim, and tapered, fluted legs. Backgammon surface in ebony with ivory inlay. Leather top reverses to reveal felt playing surface for cards. Circa 1780.

47" long by 27" deep by 28" high



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