A pair or Louis XVI style armchars made in France in the mid 1900’s. Featuring a regency stripe pattern and decorative carving as illustrated in the photos. Very stylish and comfortable too.
60 cm wide and 60 cm deep, standing 93 cm high.
Price A$585 for two.
Made from solid oak this French display cabinet with three glass shelves is in excellent condition. It comes apart (without tools) into two pieces for transport. Featuring detailed carving on the top and sides.
130 cm wide x 47 cm deep and 190 cm high.
May we respectfully suggest that, in the words of our own Molly Meldrum, “you do yourself a favour” and take a short stroll on the Lalique internet site. In particular the World of Lalique section. What fascinating access to this legenday company originally founded in 1860.
A genuine large and heavy Lalique cat in their trademark frosted glass. Inscribed with their maker’s mark.
In this version the animal is sitting.
Title: Chat Assis.
15 cm x 10 cm x 22 cm high
An elegantly carved pair of bedside cabinets with marble tops made in France around 1880.
Each one is 42 cm x 42 cm x 88 cm high
Price A$1450 pair.
A very rare 19th century pew or bench featuring a cane back and very solid oak frame and seat. This is a genuine antique item made in France. Please note that at the time of listing, we have a second example available at a similar price.
150 cms wide, 60 cms deep and 107 cms high at the back.
Price A$1360 each.
An oak cabinet made in France in the late 1800s. Carved dececoration
78 cms wide, 42 cms deep and 98 cms high