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.
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.
Contemporary style encompasses a range of styles developed in the latter half of the 20th century. Pieces feature softened and rounded lines as opposed to the stark lines seen in modern design. Bold but elegant, this eye-catching coffee table features a planked rectangular aged oak veneered top and turned acrylic legs. A modern interpretation of a 17th century William & Mary table, this sleek coffee table brings instant sophistication to any space.
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. Exhibited: The Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art and Industry, Glas
Mid 17th Century White Majolica Table Salt, Italian, circa 1660 -1680. The all white lead glazed salt with circular ribbed upper salt recess above three interlinked figures each holding a smaller salt recess, on original feet.
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.
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.
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
Charles I to Commonwealth period Oak joined table stool, with the rare feature of original sliding circular secondary top. The stool base with rectangular top, above lunette carved frieze rails joined by bold baluster and ball turned legs, with plain stretchers and remainder of original turned feet. With contemporary highly figured Oak three plank circular top, joined on the underside by two Elm bearers that are rebated and act as the locaters that slide the top into position, now missing an end
Italian Walnut Center Table, mostly late 17th century, octagonal top with squared edges, frieze with two drawers, set on turned legs with turned central stem, ht. 32, top 50 x 49 in. Provenance: Property from Harvard Art Museum, sold to benefit the acquisition fund. Estimate $800-1,200 Considerable worming. Drawers rebuilt, alterations to feet. Replaced pulls. Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only
Intricate and ornate, this 17th century Spanish baroque inspired console table features a mahogany and primavera veneer. Three scrolled supports joined by wrought iron stretchers give this elegant trestle console table added sophistication.
Andrea Argoli was an important and well-known Italian mathematician whose studies in astronomy and astrology propelled his fame. His ‘Ephemerides’ is an important 17th-century astrological work, filled with horoscope tables and illustrations of cosmological diagrams. Along with Tycho Brahe and Johan Kepler, Argoli’s ‘Ephemrides’ are considered some of the most accurate and oft-referenced astronomical reports. $750.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, An
Walnut Long Table, probably Italy, in part 17th century, single-board top, carved apron, curvilinear leg supports and shaped stretcher, ht. 32 3/4, wd. 100, dp. 32 in. Provenance: Property from Harvard Art Museum, sold to benefit the acquisition fund. Estimate $2,000-4,000 Apron later, legs repaired, wormed, and likely associated. Repair to end of top. Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opini
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Elegant and sleek, this reclaimed oak veneered refectory table features a planked tabletop and vase shaped column supports. Inspired by a 17th century original English piece, this eye-catching dining table brings instant sophisticated to any room.
An ancient oil painting on a wooden table, depicting the portrait of an evangelist, probably Saint Paul. The figure of the saint is inserted inside a painted aedicule, with upper corners decorated with scrolls on a dark background.Condition: the painting is intact and in good condition. Perfectly readable from any point of view. Origin: it was purchased by the Vendiarte Art Gallery of Genoa in 2015, it was issued with a Certificate of Authenticity and lawful origin; it was later restored by pers
Elegant and ornate, this lavish baroque style lamp table features a mahogany and poplar burl veneer and a molded-edge top with an inlaid strapwork knot pattern. Inspired by an Italian 17th century piece, paneled tapering legs and scrolled stretchers give this eye-catching lamp table added sophistication.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Sleek and sophisticated, this antiqued wood dining table features an intricate parquetry top set on tapered legs. Inspired by a 17th century English original, a self-storing extension leaf allows this versatile dining table to expand with ease.
Fashioned from gorgeous mahogany and reclaimed oak, this rectangular coffee table has plank construction inspired by a 17th-century stool. A beautiful foundation for displaying large books or glossy periodicals, place it in a traditional living room décor.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Inspired by 17th century English furniture, this antiqued wood round extending dining table is set on four baluster turned supports on a scroll foot base. Its round top of parquetry panels features six pull-out sections revealing self-storing fold-out leaves.
Oak table, the single plank top raised on four slightly splayed square section legs united by side stretchers, the frieze fitted with three drawers of differing sizes decorated with chip carving, iron drop handles and escutcheons. Northern Spain, mid 17th century
Florence, end 17th century Pietre dure mounted, tortoiseshell, ivory inlaid ebony, violet wood, lapis lazuli, Jaune de Sienne and Rosso Antico marble 90 cm wide, 37 cm deep, 53 cm high Regilded bronze bun feet and regilded handles, locks changed Rectangular form with six drawers panelled with geometric motifs Regilded bronze bun feet and regilded handles, locks changed Rectangular form with six drawers panelled with geometric motifs Formerly Collection Ralph Dutton, 8th Lord Sherbonre (1898
17th century Northern Italian School. "Kitchen Scene" Oil on canvas. Circa 1650 - 1660. 120 x 151 cm. With a report by Enrique Valdivieso González written in April 2012. With a report by Enrique Valdivieso González from April 2012, which explains that although this painting is principally derived from the Flemish School, when examined in detail, the still life arrangements on kitchen tables especially situate the painting in the North of Italy.
“Gives tables for use with certain types of mortars.” (Lynn & Satterfield. Little is known of Henry Phillippes, however, his famous mathematical manual was used in many different facets of 17th-century sciences including, most notably, military weaponry. This fascinating book includes “A Table of Artificial Sines and Tangents,” a supplemental work for early calculus and geography/navigation applications. There are no known editions of this work printed before 1669! Item number: #161 Price: $15
A truly rare late 17th-century Book of Common Prayer from the Church of England. Like many similar works, this book includes the Psalms of David, calendars, orders of prayers, tables and rules for devotion, and litanies and prayers. This edition, published by Charles Bill, is particularly notable as it includes an order Queen Mary II for certain prayers to be said. $750.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, A truly rare late 17th-century Book of Common Pr
François Massialot was a 17th-century French chef who wrote a number of cookbooks in addition to his well-known meals for French royalty. One of his famous cookbooks was ‘Nouvelle Instruction pour Les Confitures’ which was a collection of recipes for jams, jellies, fruit dishes, and liqueurs and wines. This 1733 printing of ‘Confitures’ was published the same year as Massialot’s death and features a charming folding engraving of a table setting at the end. $750.00 In stock Add to cart Fr
Johann Nicolas Pechlin was a 17th-century Dutch physician and medical writer. He is relatively unknown today, however, his medical treatises made an important impact on disease and health issues especially those related to human vices such as smoking. This 1702 first edition printing of Pechlin’s ‘Purgantium’ discusses the harmful effects of smoking tobacco, diseased human organs, and illustrations depicting the digestive tract. Published by Wolters, this printing includes 3 folding tables and 4
1688 Book of Common Prayer Charles Bill Church of England Psalms William & Mary A truly rare late 17th-century Book of Common Prayer from the Church of England. Like many similar works, this book includes the Psalms of David, calendars, orders of prayers, tables and rules for devotion, and litanies and prayers. This 1688 edition, published by Charles Bill, is particularly notable as it, according to Lowndes, is “an addition in which William and Mary are prayed for”. Item number: #7100 Price: $75
La Lorraine et l' Alsace. (France). Issued c.1677-9, Paris by Pierre Du Val (1618-1683). Rare 17th century folio sheet antique map with original outline hand color. Tables running down either side listing where principle locations are to be found within the numbered grid up to 114. Large ornate vignette cartouche top right, tall mirror frame cartouche with swags, banners and cherub lower left. Printed in the 17th century for a very scarce folio atlas, this loose map offered exactly as acquired.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Elegant and ornate, this antiqued wood desk features two working drawers with carved foliate designs and a tabletop with an inset geometric pattern. Inspired by an original 17th century, barley twist turned legs give this eye-catching table a lavish finish.
Chinese late 17th century famille verte brush pot / bitong made at Jingdezhen during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi. Brush pots were the items of status for the scholar and occupied a prominent position on his table. Excellent potting of a rare shaped famille verte brush pot which is decorated in overglaze enamels of yellow, aubergine and green with a burnt orange coloured paint The painting is a narrative scene that shows scholars and officials visiting court officials in a terraced garden se
Italian Walnut Center Table, mostly late 17th/early 18th century, top set on base with five turned baluster-form supports, base stretcher, and shoe feet, ht. 32, wd. 59 1/2, dp. 30 1/2 in. Provenance: Property from the Harvard Art Museum, sold to benefit the acquisition fund. Estimate $1,500-2,500 Base and top possibly associated, cracks and repairs to top, feet probably replaced. Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy