Nineteenth century Charles X style miniature chest with Empire columns. Three drawers have pulls and original wooden key entries. The top drawer is concealed behind the upper panel. Walnut with lemon wood inlay. This meuble de maitrise was the final work of a young apprentice at the end of his apprenticeship with a master cabinet maker.
17" W x 9" D X 14" H
Eighteenth century hand carved walnut Louis XIV period chest of drawers with original locks and bronze hardware. Stamped on the back right side of the top by the cabinet maker,...
Large walnut Art Deco period box with marquetry top, c. 1925. Working lock and includes key. 15.75" L X 7.75" W X 7.5" H
Art Deco period gueridon or side table with brass banded top and brass sabots, c. 1930. Rosewood and walnut marquetry with inlaid bands of palisander and sycamore. 29" H...
Edward Preston & Sons walnut and brass rabbeting plane dated 1915. This piece was created in Birmingham England, and was originally used by a boatmaker. 9" L X 9" W X...