CABINET,Renaissance, Loire region circa 1570/80. Walnut, ivory and mother of pearl with exceptionally fine inlays; allegorical figures of "abondance" and Minerva, lions, chimera, flowers, leaves and ornamental frieze. Bronze mounts and knobs. 138x55x202 cm.
Exceptionnelle paire de grandes torchères ou candélabres de palais Bronze dore et patine, signees deniere bronzier / a paris sur le dessus de chacune des embases. Paris, vers 1820-1830- Epoque Restauration. Hauteur: 242 cm, largeur: 80 cm, profondeur: 80 cm, diametre: 40 cm.
Large inlay mother of pearl mirror, made of aged walnut wood and adorned with the highest quality mother of pearl shells, embellished with thin strands of tin metal and trimmed with camel bone. #trinaturk
Cabinet Maker: Attributed to André Charles Boulle (French, Paris 1642–1732 Paris) Date: ca. 1700 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Oak veneered with Macassar and Gabon ebony, ebonized fruitwood, burl wood, and marquetry of tortoiseshell and brass; gilt bronze
South German simulated rosewood and bronze mounted dressing mirror circa 1810, probably Munich of arched shape and with swan shaped two light gilt bronze appliques 188cm. high, 84cm. 50cm. deep; 6ft. 2in., 2ft. 9in. 1ft. 7 ¾in.