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Antique Kas or Armoire. Dutch Colonial Baroque 19th Century.

Antique 19th century Dutch Baroque Kas or Armoire with two 2 doors. The chestnut piece has applied trim, and heavy paneled front doors and sides with a heavy molded cornice. All are raised on bold turned feet. The interior is fitted with built in shelves, Kas / Armoire is in the very good condition for its age all original hardware, lock and key. Very good condition for its age. Size : 57"W x 24"D x 76" H.

Antiques 19th Century  Scottish Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

THIS ITEM IS SOLD Antiques 19th Century  Scottish chest of drawers, with six graduated drawer configuration, constructed from mahogany. The frame is decorated with hand carved corbels; shaped base is supported by bun turned feet; these large decorative turned knobs are very characteristic to Scottish and English furniture of the mid 1800’s. Measurements: 5’W x 20 ½”D x 52 ½”h. This chest is in very good condition and is structurally sound. Scotland, 1850’s.  

Antiques Louis Philippe Flame Mahogany Chest Commode With Marble Top France 19th C.

Louis Philippe flame mahogany chest/ commode with four graduated drawers an rouge marble top; entire structure is supported by shaped front bracket feet. Measurements: 48 ¾” L x 21”D x 40 ½”h. This chest is in very good condition and is structurally sound. France, 19th century

Art Deco Chest of Drawers, Birch wood , Germany, 1920-1940’s.

THIS ITEM IS SOLD Art Deco period chest of drawers, constructed out of birch wood in straight and simple lines. Top of the chest is decorated with ebonized band all the way around the edge. Four front drawers are decorated with cone-shaped ebony and birch pulls and two ebonized escutcheons, entire structure supported by four ebonized feet ,two front one in the shape of the slipper feet. Measurements 43 ¼”L x 23 ¼”D x 30”h. Chest is in very good condition and is structurally sound. Germany , 1920’s-1940's  

Empire chest of drawer with ormolu mahogany, marble top, c.a. 1860’s France.

A French Empire period chest of drawers from the 1850s constructed out of mahogany and adorned with ormolu mounts would be a magnificent piece of furniture, showcasing the opulence and elegance characteristic of the Empire style. Mahogany was a popular wood choice during the Empire period due to its rich color, durability, and ability to take on intricate carvings and details. Ormolu refers to finely gilded bronze mounts often used to embellish furniture during the Empire era. These mounts were intricately designed and added a luxurious touch to the piece. They could take the form of decorative elements such as lion heads, laurel wreaths, or mythological motifs. The use of marble for the top of the chest of drawers adds a sense of grandeur and sophistication. Marble was commonly employed in Empire furniture as it symbolized wealth and luxury. Bun feet, round and bulbous in shape, were a characteristic feature of Empire furniture. They provided stable support and added a distinctive aesthetic element to the overall design. The French Empire style emerged during the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte (early 19th century) and was characterized by a revival of classical themes from ancient Rome and Greece. Furniture from this period often featured bold, symmetrical designs, decorative motifs, and a preference for dark, rich woods. The craftsmanship of furniture from the French Empire period was highly detailed, showcasing intricate carvings and attention to detail. The combination of mahogany, ormolu mounts, marble, and bun feet would have required skilled artisans to create a piece of such high quality. An Empire period chest of drawers like this would not only have served a functional purpose but also made a statement about the owner's taste, wealth, and appreciation for classical aesthetics. Such pieces are often considered valuable antiques today, reflecting the craftsmanship and design trends of the 19th century. Chest is in very good condition, structurally sound.
Measurements are - 49" L x 25" D x 42" H

Louis Philippe Semainier Chest Of Seven Drawers. Antique. France. c.1870’s

Antique 19th century French tall Louis Philippe style semainier chest of seven drawers c.1870. The chest's mahogany top has a molded and crossbanded edge over a shallow top drawer and six slightly graduated deeper drawers with beautifully figured and symmetrically arranged flame mahogany veneered fronts. The chest has brass escutcheons, solid mahogany sides, and bun feet. It has excellent color and is in good condition.

Upright Music Stand 3 Tier Bow Front Drawer .Rosewood . 19th Century. England. Antique.

An antique 19th century English rosewood three tier whatnot / music stand with a drawer on the bottom tier. The