A little early 17th Century Table Box, German, probably Nuremberg c.1610; the piece measures approx. 10 1/2 inches wide, 8 inches high and 6 inches deep; constructed of ebony with inlaid ivory in diamond shaped patterns; inside the box there is an arrangement of 6 drawers around a central compartment, each of which and the fall front have beautifully engraved gilt metal panels.
An extraordinary console or centre table, the base with carved wood and gilt gesso formed of Bacchanalian putti amongst a vine with branches, leaves and bunches of grapes, on a simulated rocky ground. The gilding a wonderful warm gold, slight rubbed in places, the marble possibly Nembro Rosato. A very rare table indeed, finished all round and with canted corners so can be placed in the centre of a room or against a wall. Similar to a pair of late 17th century tables in the Palazzo Colonna in Rom
A good 17th Century oak refectory table with cleated three-plank top, the frieze carved with twin serpents and leaf ornament, on six turned supports with plain stretchers, 99ins wide x 30ins deep x 32ins high
Large late 17th century oak gateleg table in very original condition with traditional pegged jointed construction having a single end opening drawer .The drop leaves when raised are supported by pull out gateleg action raised on turned supports.When half open the depth is 106cm,when fully open 160 cm(English, c. 1690)Please noteAlthough most items are on display in our shop some maybe in our off-site store. If you are planning to visit us to view a specific item please check with us first.
This oak cabinet is of rectangular form surmounted by a triangular pediment enclosing a small central drawer, above two doors which open to reveal four short and six longer drawers arranged around a central cupboard. The whole, as described by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is painted black and ‘mordant gilded, silvered and varnished’ with landscapes and figures within wide borders profusely painted with scrolling vegetation. The principal panels on the doors, top and sides, show Dutch
A fine Spanish table in well patinated walnut, the one piece top above a frieze with two moulded drawers, the whole supported on typical, strongly shaped, heavy lyre ends united by carved and shaped stretchers. The size of this table allows it to fulfill a multitude of functions.
17th century ebony veneered table cabinet on stand, the raised and hinged top enclosing an open boxwood lined interior above a pair of panel cupboard doors with engraved gilt-metal locks enclosing an architecturally inspired interior of eleven variously sized drawers arranged around a central cupboard with boxwood strung interior and three drawers and three secret compartments, with iron carrying handles to the sides.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Sleek and shapely, this antiqued wood console table features a bowed frieze drawer above arched aprons. Inspired by a 17th century Italian original piece, this eye-catching demilune shaped console table sits on turned supports and feet for a sophisticated finish.
Rare very large C17th solid Oak Gateleg Table seats 8/10. Original long drawers to centre with later wooden knobs. Fabulous oak barley twist legs. The two flaps lift up and are supported on swing barley twist legs. The flaps are 70 cms each in length when down supported by substantial iron hinges.. Mostly peg construction. The feet as is common for furniture of this age have been replaced due probably to the washing of the stone floors over the centuries. One flap tip shows signs of age giving t
A rare, late 17th-century printing of ‘The Table’ by ancient Greek philosopher Cebes. The original work, written during the time of Socrates, is a dialogue taking place in a temple between two individuals contemplating the representation of symbols and allegory in art found on a tablet. ‘Cebetis Tabula’, as it is known in Latin, uses Stoic influences and is typical of Hellenistic and Platonic morality. This Latin edition was published by Henri Wetsten and was edited by the famous Dutch schola
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Inspired by a table from 17th century England, this antiqued wood parquetry cocktail table is designed with a molded edge top and two end frieze drawers with brass handles. It is set on faceted capital turned tapering legs joined by serpentine X stretchers.
*A Chinese "huanghuali" altar table 17th/18th century with later alterations The rectangular top with central panel, upturned ends, raised on rounded legs of oval section, each end with two rounded stretchers, spandrel and skirt with beaded edge. H: 34, L: 49, D: 17 1/8 in. PROVENANCE: Acquired by the father of the present owner, circa 1953 Thence by descent to the present owner Estimate $4,000-5,000 Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live Online Freeman's Live Invaluable Bid on the Teleph
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Sleek and versatile, this early English style round extension dining table is composed of antiqued wood and features marquetry panels concealing six self-storing fold-out leaves. A crossover scroll foot base gives this eye-catching extendable dining table a refined finish.
A CARVED OAK TABLE BOX, PROBABLY 17TH CENTURY, the cover with pin hinges, carved in deep relief with figures beneath arches, the edges of the cover carved with faces, the underside of the cover with primitive carving of a vase of flowers and a figure, carved to all four sides with figures and birds. 24.5cm high, 58.5cm wide, 34.5cm deep
Oak eight seater gateleg table, the planked oval top with folding flaps supported when open on turned gates, the central section of the base with four turned legs united by square section stretchers, one end frieze with a fitted drawer. English, late 17th century