A reproduction Louis XV fall front writing bureau. Made in France in the mid 1900’s. With locks and multiple drawers this useful piece of furniture has a marble top. The fall front desk surface is covered with gold tooled leather. Please note the solid brass ormolu decoration. We make no secret of our enthusiasm for these compact desks which have come back into favour in the age of the laptop computer. There are some small veneer losses which do not impede use and could be addressed in a number of ways.
76 cm wide x 38 cm high and 131 cm high.
A French oak hall stand featuring elaborate carving and made in France in the late 1800’s. Original galvinised steel tray still intact.
80 cms wide x 32 cms deep and 220 cms high.
Price A$ 1155
An antique table made in France in the late 19th century. With skillfully carved legs and stretchers (please see accompanying photos). Draw leaves pull out from either end when you choose to extend the table.
160 cm x 95 cm x 76 cm high when closed.
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
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.
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.
In the Louis XV style, this marble topped hallway table and matching mirror would have been made in France in the middle of the last century. Featuring fine detail in the form of brass ormolu decoration on the legs and apron.
92 cms wide x 37 cms deep and 74 cms high.