A very nice café table with matching chairs in the Dutch Art Deco style. From circa 1920.
Table dimensions: H 30 1/2 in. x W 37 1/2 in. x D 23 1/2 in.
Chair dimensions: H 35 1/2 in. x W 18 1/4 in. x D 23 in.
Product code: 20-004
A solid oak low side table with cross stretcher. Peg construction, from the 19th Century.
Dimensions: H 25.25 in. x W 36.25 in. x D 25 in.
Product code: 16-291
A charming and very sturdy Biedermeier chair, suitable for a small child or a doll collection. Finely crafted of mahogany with dowelled construction.
Dimensions: H 33.5 in. x W 16.75 in. x D 17.5 in.
Product code: 17-211
Art Noueveau style French cabinet with carved grapes and mirror. Oak, dating from 1900.
Dimensions: H 74.5 in. x W 66in. x D 23 in.
Product code: 16-303
A handsome and very traditional English Davenport or writing desk, with lockable side storage, dated circa 1870. The top writing surface has a tooled red leather skiver which lifts up to expose a storage area with two drawers. Beautiful aged patina.
Dimensions: H 30 in. x W 22 in. x D 21.5 in.
Product code: 16-208
Large heavy hammered copper Arts and Crafts arched top chest. Handmade by a master metalsmith during the late 19th century, of European origin. Heavy strapping’s and large rivets encompass the strongbox. A centered locking clasp adorns the front. Approximate weight 140 pounds,
Dimensions: H 19.5 in. x W 30 in. x D 19 in.
Product code: 15-122
A collection of church chairs from circa 1910. Originally from the St. Eusebius church in Arnhem, The Netherlands, Earch one carved with 'Alpha Omega' on the backs. Shown in the archival photographs. With removable rush seats, which you could easily upholster if you so choose, and a small shelf under seating for storage. We have a large number of these available
Dimensions: H 43.25 in. x W 18.5 in. x D 20 in.
Product code: AO
A handsome and functional dry bar of beautiful oak with carved ebony of Macassar handles, in the Art Deco or Dutch Arts and Crafts style. From circa 1920 and with two sliding glass doors allow access to a useful display area.
Dimensions: H 31.5 in. x W 33.5 in. x D 17.75 in.
Product code: 6-171
A very handsome and large size coffee or salon table constructed of sturdy sectioned cast aluminum with high chrome finish. Original laminated wood grain top with black border reminiscent of the period. A very nice addition to a Vladimir Kagan 'Star Trek' chair or chromcraft couch. Provenance: Presidents office of a Mid-West Regional bank from mid-1960s until early 1990s.
Dimensions: H 15 in. x W 56.25 in. x D 28.5 in.
Product code: BT
Beautifully carved Art Nouveau mahogany cabinet by Louis Majorelle and signed on back. Circa 1900, in the chicorée pattern. A central arched mirror over a serving top flanked by two beveled glass doors. Above the doors a boldly carved frieze of flowers and foliage, while similar carving adorn the two center doors. Bronze mounted escutcheons and drawer handles.
Dimensions: H 63 in. x W 73 in. x D 18 in.
Product code: 16-288
Heavy sturdy wheel dating from the middle ages of European origin. Hand-forged riveted rim with iron cross straps on both sides. The tabletop is 18 inches tall at the edge and a diameter of 33 1/20 inches. Also included is a handsome recently hand-wrought base for display or to use as a coffee table.
Dimensions: H 20 in. x Dm 33.5 in.
Product code: 17-352
Very old Gothic chest out of carved oak with wrought iron hardware.
Dimensions: H 24 in. x W 54 in. x D 19 in.
Product code: 14-379
A stunning marble top vanity by the Belgian designer Gustave Serrurier-Bovy, with copper hardware and blue-green enameled medallions. A checkerboard pattern flanks the beautiful beveled mirror. Works by Serrurier-Bovy can be found in many museums including the Musee D'orsay in Paris and The Met in New York. A similar piece to this is pictured in the book "From Art Nouveau to Art Deco" by J.G. Watelet, pp. 96-97
Dimensions: H 71.25 in. x W 48.25 in. x D 22.5 in.
Product code: 17-385
An Amsterdam School, or Dutch Arts and Crafts armchair from 1910. Recently re-upholstered in era appropriate fabric.
Dimensions: H 29.5 in. x W 26.5 in. x D 28 in.
Product code: 19-517
An Amsterdam School, or Dutch Arts and Crafts buffet designed by Henk Wouda for Pander. Ebony of Macassar pulls and backsplash. From about 1925, signed.
Dimensions: H 50.5 in. x W 48.5 in. x D 20 in.
Product code: 17-326
A single door provincial cabinet on sleigh feet, from the early to mid 1800s. Constructed from oak and built with wooden pegs.
Dimensions: H 39.5 in. x W 30.25 in. x D 17.75 in.
Product code: F-155
A European burl wood drop front desk from the late 19th century
Dimensions: H 40 1/2 in. x W 43 in. x D 20 1/2 in.
Product code: 16-301
A German sleigh foot cabinet, from the middle 18th century.
Dimensions: H 57 1/4 in. x W 61 in. x D 22 1/2 in.
Product code: 14-412
A traditional wardrobe on bun feet, as so called 'Kussenkast', from about 1900. Light quartersawn oak with dark wood highlights.
Dimensions: H 71.5 in. x W 60.75 in. x D 22.5 in.
Product code: 19-547
Wonderful writing desk with green leather writing surface and Barley twist legs, dating from 1880. Lockable writing surface lifts to reveal storage for writing supplies.
Dimensions: H 37 in. x W 35 in. x D 22 in.
Product code: 17-357
A simple yet functional marble top nightstand. Carved oak, dating from around 1910.
Dimensions: H 31.75 in. x W 15.75 in. x D 15.75 in.
Product code: 19-451
A delicate nutwood curio cabinet with inlay, in the secessionist style from about 1910,
Dimensions: H 69 in. x W 40.5 in. x D 19.75 in.
Product code: INB31
A Dutch storage cabinet on spindle legs, from the early 19th Century. One large door and one drawer.
Dimensions: H 35 in. x W 33 in. x D 16 in.
Product code: F-142
A European pedestal in the arts and crafts or perhaps gothic revival style.
Dimensions: H 35 1/2 in. x W 13 in. x D 13 in.
Product code: 9-471
A very old storage cabinet of Flemish origin with bun feet, from around 1800. Know as a 'Brood Kast', or bread cabinet, this would have been used as a pantry in a European kitchen.
Dimensions: H 57.25 in. x W 39.25 in. x D 22.75 in.
Product code: 17-360
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