A fine quality pair of French armchairs made in France and privately imported via the USA to Australia. These chairs must have been much loved and they are indeed extremely comfortable. In the classic Louis XV style they would enhance any lounge or bedroom environment decorated with French themes.
65 cm wide 65 cm deep and 100 cm high at the back
Probably painted in the middle of the last century this large and impressive paintings of hydrangeas and ceramic bowls is certainly a beautiful piece of art. We suspect it was painted in the Northern France or Belgium area and we’ve been unable to identify the artist though anyone working on this scale is normally a professional painter.
18 cm wide 94 cm high and the Gill frame is 7 cm deep. These are measurements for the overall frame size.
A compact pair of antique bedside drawers with cabriole legs. Made in France in the early to mid 1900’s from oak. Featuring skilled carving on the legs and body,
Measurements are 45 cms wide x 35 cms deep and 73 cms high
An display cabinet in two parts, made in France from oak in the mid 1900’s. The two parts (top and bottom) separate for transport and are put together easily and securely without tools.
A useful and elegant piece of furniture of French manufacture with secure locking and keys. Painted in a timeless grey that is in entirely in keeping with it’s history. One can visualise this cabinet sitting in a stylish French apartment, housig the owners most precious china, glass or books.
127 cms wide x 44cms deep and 190 cms high.
This one is “very antique”, should there be such a thing. Made in France in the early 1800’s this solid and substantial desk with fold down writing surface is a potential museum piece. from the particularly large writing area with it’s curved edge, to heavy locks and one off handles it is completely original. The secret compartment hidden in the table floor is an added extra. One shortcoming may be the lack of keys, however with the locks intact, they could be removed and new keys cut in the future
121 cms wide, 60 cms deep and 110 cms high.
Made in France in the early part of the 1900’s. A carved oak frame very solid with an authentic fabric seat and back.
No faults to speak of.
65 cms wide x 70 cms deep and 110 cms high at the back.
A particularly well carved and substantial oak chest made in France in the Gothic Revival style known as Henri II to the French.
If you have the space (and not everyone will) you will want this absolutely rare and useful piece of the cabinet maker’s craft. Made in the last half of the 19th century.
Please note, the majority of the missing parts, handle, lower left side panel and skirt trim are included in this sale.
215 cms wide and 75 cms deep and 133 cms high.