Antique French steamer trunk features a wood body wrapped in canvas and leather with brass hardware and leather handles. The side of this trunk has an old label that reads "Destination: London Bridge" which is worn and patinated. The hardware is stamped "MANUFACTURE DE MALLES MALARD E&M 133 RUE D'ABOUKIR PARIS," a trademark of Malard E&M, Parisian luggage maker.
34" H X 28" W X 18" D
Restauration period walnut enfilade with original black marble top and bronze hardware, c. 1815-1830. 66.5" L X 17.5" D X 38" H
Late nineteenth century hand carved walnut enfilade with two doors and three central drawers. Intricate iron hardware. Two interior shelves. Includes two keys. Typical of Picardy region of France. ...
Charles X period commode or chest with four drawers and turquine blue marble top, c. 1820. Palissander with lemonwood inlay. Includes one key. 38" H X 51" W X...
Nineteenth century Louis XVI style rosewood marquetry chest with Saint Anne marble top. Four upper drawers and one lower cabinet with interior shelf. Includes two keys. 48.5" H X...