We have an exceptional selection of furniture.
For nestling yourself with antique furnishing from centuries gone by. We offer a range of styles including Louis XVI, XV, Gothic Revival, Transitional, Chinese , European and more. From Spain to Portugal, antique English and French, American and the list goes on.
Contemporary and Mid Century furniture, Art Deco styles to enhance your homes design in style.
The Bösendorfer Strauss was inspired by the composer’s own Bösendorfer which is still exhibited at the Johann Strauss museum in Vienna. The fanciful music desk design, round legs and the Austrian coat of arms are a reminder of the lively tunes of his noble times. Thus, every pianist will enjoy the music of the King of Waltz in ¾ beat.
The finally hand carved and gilt wood closed arm chair showing some later paint embellishments. This exquisite chair retains a contemporary velvet upholstery. Origin of this chair is uncertain likely Italian; but unquestionably continental. Construction and detail appear to be late 18 century. Provonce from the estate of Gloria Swanson possibly gifted by Joe Kennedy.
Measuring 53 inches high 38 inches wide and 24 inches deep. The seat crowns at 17 inches.
Painted American Iron Table With Lapis Top
33" Wide x 23" Deep x 29.5' High
Very Rare Pair of Silver Clad Augsburg Arm Chairs
This magnificent pair of chairs with wooden frames are covered in-part with silver sheets, which were embossed (repoussé), chased and features scalloped tulips and scrolling acanthus leaves before being pinned in position on top of the velvet wrapped frames. ⚜️
Silver furniture was the height of royal fashion in the second half of the seventeenth century, but it is very rare today. ⚜️
The country of origin for these chairs is thought to be Austria. To date no hallmarks have been found: however the metal has been tested and is verified to be silver. they are believed to be as early as the 17th century. ⚜️
The ornate coverings are beautiful - but of a later date.
With Sculpted Marble Top
20" Diameter x 29" High
By G. F. Armitage, (1849-1937)
Stamped Edward and Roberts
England, Circa 1880
43” High x 37.5” Wide x 17’ Deep
Includes Original Pillow With Greyhounds
91” High x 34” Wide x 27.75” Deep
With Leather Top
42” High x 25” Deep
Mid 19th Century
44” Wide x 24” Deep x 32” High
Original Aubusson Coverings
Circa 19th Century
With Iron Base
French, Circa 1850
28.25” High x 12.25” Wide x 16.25” Deep
With Marble Top Oval Shape
Green Striped Interior of Drawer
Circa 1780 - 1800
24” Wide x 17” Deep x 28.5” High
With Floral Design
63” Wide x 30” Deep x 30.5” High
Faux Marble Top
47” Wide x 22.5” Deep x 35” High
Antique Velvet Display Table With Fringe
26” Wide x 18” Deep x 23” High
"Bleu Turquin" Console with Mit Boulle Marquetry, Louis XIV and later, from a Parisian master workshop
Ebonized Pear Wood
Exceptionally Finely Inlaid With Brass Fillets and Various Precious Woods in "premiere-partie" Rosettes, Cartouches, Fillets and Ornamental Frieze.
Gilt Bronze Mounts and Applications
107.5 x 52 x 5 x 96cm
Green Marble Tops
5' Wide x 33" High x 29' Deep
A Fine Pair of Louis XIV Style Ormolu Mounted Boulle Encoignures
French, Circa 1840-1860
Each convex cabinet door exterior is centered with a figure of the four seasons.
Cut Brass Inlaid
Ebony and Ebonised
Very likely from the workshop of Befort Fils.
A fine and unusual pair of wood pegged frame French Louis XV, possibly, mid-eighteenth, game-table chairs.
These are quite unique with the foreshortened armrest.
The painted finish is original and seemingly unaltered.
They measure 42.5 inches tall 21 inches wide.
A fine French LOUIS XV/XVI Transitional STYLE MARQUETRY & MARBLE TOP SECRETAIRE, circa 1900.
The fall front hinged cabinet opens to reveal a hidden writing surface and fitted interior 31 inches wide; 16 inches deep; 54 1/2 inches high approximately.
The present piece displays a masterful example of true fine figural marquetry in scale to the expanse of the cabinet.
In the manor of Eugene Viollet-le-Duc (1814 - 1879)
Embellished with red, green, slate blue and parcel gilding. Foliate medallions, columnar supports and quatrefoil reliefs.
Hermes Leather, Gilt-Tooled Crimson
Povenance Loyd Paxton Gallery 1998.
Arm chair 26 inches wide 34 1/2 inches high 17 inches deep crowns at 20 inches.
See Rose Room, Château de Roquetaillade
Red Cut Velvet
Circa 1st Half 20th Century
1st Part of 19th Century
Retaining Antique Fabric and Passementerie
Mid 18th Century