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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.

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Augsburger Intarsienkabinettschrank

Augsburg cabinet with inlays Height: 198 cm. Width: 120 cm. Depth: 55 cm. Ca. 1590 / 1600. With key.

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.

A North Italian rococo walnut, burr walnut and marquetry bureau cabinet Lombardy, circa 1740 the cresting with the coat-of-arms of the Zurlauben family Sotheby's

A Fine Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Commode À Vantaux After a Model By Benneman and Stockel, The Mounts By Maison Mottheau Et Fils. This fine commode has a rectangular marble top with outset rounded corners above a frieze fitted with two panelled drawers with leaf scrolled mounts centering on a tablet with a lion mask. Below are a pair of richly mounted doors with gilt-bronze scrolling acanthus centering an oval Jasperware plaque.

A PERUVIAN TORTOISESHELL AND BONE INLAID CABINET LATE 17TH CENTURY On a later stand 49½ in. (125 cm.) high; 19 in. (48 cm.) wide; 12 in. (36 cm.) deep

Walnut, maple, white pine, and glass Modern Gothic cabinet, design attributed to Frank Furness; manufactured by Daniel Pabst; Philadelphia, ca. 1874–77


Baroque Marquetry Court Cupboard, German, circa 1600

Exceptional Baroque Marquetry Court Cupboard. German, Circa 1600 image 2

Cabinet Date: late 17th century Culture: British Medium: Oak, walnut and various other woods Dimensions: 107-1/4 x 50 x 22 in. (272.4 x 127.0 x 55.9 cm) Classification: Woodwork

1680 French Writing table in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "Boulle writing table with rectangular folding two-flap top divided in the centre, with two frieze drawers; on square tapering support and scrolled tripod base, the whole inlaid with brass and pewter foliate strapwork, with gilt bronze mounts."

Drop-front Secretary on Stand (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en cabinet), attributed to Adam Weisweiler, etc. ca. 1787, French, the Met collection

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

Italian pietre dure mounted pewter inlaid rosewood and ebony cabinet, Roman, mid 17th century, on a George IV gilt-bronze-mounted gonçalo alves stand by Morel and Hughes, circa 1823, mounted with 17th century Florentine pietre dure plaques from the Grand Ducal Workshops