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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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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.
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, 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
Pair of very fine, Venetian, Baroque period, carved giltwood and silvered wall consoles
Item No. 929
Pair of very fine, Venetian, Baroque period, carved giltwood and silvered wall consoles

With tripod bases. Circa 1740.
French, Provençal, Neoclassical period, oval dining table
Item No. 588
French, Provençal, Neoclassical period, oval dining table

In solid walnut with "pied Jacob" and drop leaves. Can extend to accommodate five leaves (seating for 16). Early 19th century.

without leaves 54" wide by 58" long by 30" high. With all five leaves, extends to 158" long.
Fine, French, Rocaille style table de milieu (center table)
Item No. 896
Fine, French, Rocaille style table de milieu (center table)

In solid walnut, carved on all four sides, with pierced apron on front and back, cabriole legs terminating in pied de sabots, and original rouge des Flandres marble top. Early 19th century.

33½" high by 48½" wide by 24¾" deep
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
Fine, Classical period, Roman mosaic panel
Item No. 900
Fine, Classical period, Roman mosaic panel

Formerly part of a floor. Centered by a rondel with four ovoid leaves within concentric oblong diamond bands, concentric corner rondels and banded border, iron banded edge.

Circa second or third century, AD.

32½" wide by 56½" long
French, 18th century, Louis XV period console table
Item No. 870
French, 18th century, Louis XV period console table

In carved giltwood having a gray and white marble top.

38" wide by 19" deep by 33" high
Very fine, Italian, Renaissance period bureau table
Item No. 890
Very fine, Italian, Renaissance period bureau table

In solid, carved walnut. Late 16th century from Bologna, Italy.

78" wide by 38" deep by 31" high
Very fine, French provincial, Regence period console table
Item No. 867
Very fine, French provincial, Regence period console table

In solid, carved oak with original marble top. Legs terminating in pied de sabots. Circa 1725.

47¾" wide by 33" high by 25¼" deep
French, Provençal (Beaucaire), Louis XV period, carved giltwood console table
Item No. 869
French, Provençal (Beaucaire), Louis XV period, carved giltwood console table

With Breche violet, beveled marble. 18th century.

43" wide by 23" deep by 35" high
Fine, Portugese, Rococo period, console table
Item No. 864
Fine, Portugese, Rococo period, console table

In solid, carved mahogany. Mid-18th century.

33" high by 40½" wide by 29" deep
Fine, Venetian, Louis XV style, polychrome coiffeuse (vanity)
Item No. 854
Fine, Venetian, Louis XV style, polychrome coiffeuse (vanity)

Late 19th century.
Very fine, Chinese export, black lacquer and parcel-gilt games table
Item No. 822
Very fine, Chinese export, black lacquer and parcel-gilt games table

Featuring chess surface in mother of pearl and ebony and recessed backgammon board in the interior. Second quarter of the 19th century.



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