With an intricate hand forged scrolling pattern, this early twentieth century iron folding screen or partition is composed of three panels, each with an arched top. Acquired by a Frenchman in Morocco during the French Colonial period, this artisan-made piece would be at home in a garden, on a patio, or as a room divider.
86.5" H X 48" W
Large oak floor easel with iron crank, c. 1900. 24" W X 25.5" D 79" to 115" adjustable height
Artisan made oak calvados barrel with iron straps and brass tap on wooden stand. Hand carved shield, banner, and grape leaves. Engraved with the family name and its city of...
Painted library ladder marked B.N. Paris from the Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris, c. 1920-1930. Originally used in the national library of Paris. Has six rungs plus top platform with back...
Louis Philippe period walnut music stand on hand turned base. Music stand swivels and accommodates music on each side for two musicians. Bronze trimmed candle holder extends from the stand...