Large eighteenth century iron fireplace back, Molded using the sand method of the period. Motifs include greyhounds supporting cornucopias representing prosperity and a Greek god of wind. The coat of arms in the center represent France and Navarre side by side, symbolic of the union of two nations.
33.5" H X 33.5" W
Framed nineteenth century Audubon watercolored lithograph Number 11 Octavo Plate #54. Arkansaw Flycatcher. Drawn from nature by J.J. Audubon. Custom frame and mat with museum glass.
Eighteenth century hand carved walnut fragment. May be hung on the wall. 14" H X 8" W
Pair of enameled blue and white his and hers French signs. Hommes and Dames (Gentlemen and Ladies). 8" H X 17" W
Pair of custom framed architectural engravings from the Chateau de Luneville detailing the pavilion named Le Trefle. One engraving shows the exterior of the pavilion, and the other one shows...