A draw leaf table made in France in the mid 1900’s. A parquetry top with legs painted grey. The top extends without tools by pulling out a leaf at each end to create a true 10 seater dining area. 2.6 metres overall when open. Similarly it can be pushed in again in seconds when a smaller table is required. Some light scratches in the top which we have attempted to photograph. Otherwise a stylish and useable antique
160 cm x 100 cm x 76 cm high.
Each leaf is 50 cm and opens to 260 centimetres.
From the mid 1900’s this French Louis XV style chest of four drawers is in excellent useable condition. The antiqued milk paint finish would complement a modern or vintage decor.
105 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 85 cm high.
Price A$ 485
This beautifully carved armchair is a genuine French antique from the mid 1800’s. With it’s elegantly faded woven tapestry seat and back, it is the perfect reminder of your time in France. Or perhaps a place to plan the holiday to come.
Condition report. Importantly the detailed gothic frame and tapestry are in excellent original order. Some time over the last one hundred and fifty years some indulgent owner has allowed their cat to pull at the back panel at the lower right. This could be patched inexpensively, replaced, or even left as is, depending on your personal approach to authenticity (and cats).
70 cm wide x 75 cm deepand 125 cm high at the back.
Price A$ 680.00 (incl. GST).
A pair of natural solid oak bedside tables with fixed marble tops. These would have been made in France around 1900. The tops are fixed. Each includes a cabinet with door and a drawer. The price is for two.
44 cm wide x 39 cm deep and 89 cm high.
A pair of bedside cabinets made in France in the late 1800’s. Featuring white marble tops that can be removed without tools for transport. Each incorporates a drawer and a cabinet with solid brass handles. Both are the same mid to dark brown oak colour. No faults to mention.
40 cm x 40 cm x 80 cm high
An oak side table with detailed baroque carving. Probably late 1800’s.
82 cm wide x 57 cm deep and 76 cm high.
A set of six ladder back chairs with rush seating. Immortalised by Vincent van Gogh in the painting of his bedroom at Arles (1888). These are also in common use in the farmhouses in France Belgium and Holland to this day.
47 cm wide x 44 cm deep and 105 cm high
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